Here’s my SPX schedule! For most of the weekend I’ll be camped out at Table N7 with Daryl Seitchik (across from Uncivilized Books at M10), selling/signing copies of Frontier #5, It Never Happened Again, Haunter, Wicked Chicken Queen, and some other minis. I’ll also be at these things:
Saturday - 1pm Signing at Retrofit (E5) with Madeleine Flores Saturday - 3pm Signing at Youth In Decline (J5)
If you enjoy reading the story and plan on attending SPX this year, please consider voting for NEVER FORGETS under the “Outstanding Minicomic” category! And while you are at it, be sure to check out the other Ignatz-Awards nominated comic titles at SPX, which will all either be available for sale at various exhibitor tables or for free reading at the Ignatz Awards voting table.
It is a tremendous honor to be recognized by the Ignatz Awards committee, and to have that coincide with my first-ever SPX experience is simply wonderful. Looking forward to seeing and meeting many of you there!
Hey everyone! Here’s all the NEWWWW stuff Study Group is going to have for #SPX! lots and lots of coolness and this is just the recent publications! Really excited to share all this good work with everyone.
Swing by SPX table J4 or check out the webstore if you can’t make it to the show.
I wanted to let everyone know as of this month Pearlescent Graywill change from weekly single page updates to monthly 3-5+ page updates that will look very much like the post above. I feel the the pages read much better in sequence and it will be less confusing.
Now for only $1 a month you can see all the pages early (as I finish them) rather than waiting for the updates at the end of every month. Please consider subscribing, I work very hard making comics and can use all the help I can get! If all of my followers kicked in just $1 a month this could be my full time job! (although I know that won’t happen •̀.̫•́✧).
There are other new perks, including for $100 a month you get an original page from that month’s update! (limited to 4 for now)
Orbiter’s Prism is an incredibly dense, fully painted existentialist romp with Mr. Fergeson, an artist who creates 2-D tools for expanding consciousness. One day, while overseeing the manufacture of his newest portfolio of creations in his factory, something strange begins to happen within Fergeson’s own mind. A new client is trying to commission a tool from him and he is determined to connect the dots.