Looks like things are starting to heat up as the fight between King and the Dullahan possessed Granny kicks into high gear. There will be a lot more than some hair pulling and Judo throws going down in the pages that follow. Unfortunately, with this page our month of new colored story pages draws to a close while I take care of some other work on my drawing board (I needs the monies folks!). However, be sure to follow us on Facebook and on Twitter for all the latest news, extras, and updates on when King will return with some new pages.
I will try not to keep everyone waiting for too long on new pages, especially since this story is quickly drawing to a close. Stay tuned though as we have a lot of stuff planned for the King coming up!
Hey Gang! I’ve been busy with work and Halloween shenanigans so a few things of note have slipped past me as of late that I feel I should mention.
First, the King of the Unknown Facebook page has finally broken the 100 Like threshold, so thank you to everyone who follows this page and our irregular (gots ta do something about that…) postings, and for reading the comic. You all have exquisite taste in your interweb habits!
Second, last week some KotU art made it on Comics Alliance’s Best of Art Halloween edition, which is pretty rad because I love Comics Alliance and read that website religiously. So check that out here.
Third, a few weeks back I did a comic for the fine folks over at the Gutters, which you can check out here.
Hmm, I’m sure there’s something else that I’m forgetting, but I think that’s good for now.
More King is in the works though, so stay tuned!
Wow! I can’t believe it, but King of the Unknown beat up some mummies on the hood of his sweet ride made it onto Comics Alliance’s Best Art Ever this week! To all the other artist’s who’s awesome artwork that has to be grouped with my demented fat Elvis scribblings, I’m sorry but I’m pretty damn happy that KotU made it on there!
Thank you Comics Alliance! My bribe of booze, pizza rolls, and Chuck E. Cheese tokens is in the mail!
Just a friendly reminder that this Friday a new colored King of the Unknown page goes up on this very website! That’s just a few short days away, just sayin’!
In the mean time, you can get caught up again with story so far and also check out this other awesome webcomic by Rodrigo Klukiewcz called The Temple! It has some really nice artwork and a really fun story, so go check it out!
It’s not a joke! It’s not a hoax! There will be a new colored King of the Unknown page up on the website by this time next Friday! The pages are being scheduled this very weekend, so it’s for reals this time you guys!
That’s just the start though, as you will get a new colored page every Friday for a month!
I know it has been a while since I posted any new colored pages, so I’d like to build back some of that momentum the comic has lost over time.
So stay tuned and check back here next Friday folks!
Last fall this website needed help in a big way as we had to find a new host in a very short amount of time, but luckily we had L Jámal Walton on our side, and he saved the day by providing us with new hosting services and helping out with the transfer of the site. Now the very gracious and talented Mr. Walton has a pretty sweet artbook out called “Welcome to My Madness: the Art of L Jámal Walton” over on Kickstarter that you should all check out!
The concept behind the book is pretty rad too, here’s the rundown on the book:
“Life is a not a destination, it’s a journey.” - Ralph Waldo Emerson
36 years, 3 months, 5 days… that is the span of Bob Marley’s life. That’s the “Marley Mark”.
As a teenager, L Jamal Walton was greatly influenced by the music and life of Bob Maely and remember saying that I would be satisfied living as long as Bob Marley. He set my life towards that destination… 12 October 2013. Now as that destination approaches, the foolishness of youth has been replaced by the realization that everyone’s journey is different. Welcome to My Madness is a 150-paged, full color art book that represents Jamal’s 36 year growth as an artist as he journeys beyond his Marley Mark.
So go over to Kickstarter and give some support to this cool project in anyway you can.
Also, more King of the Unknown coming soon! I promise!