Sorry things have been dead around here lately, and hopefully everyone had a Happy Halloween. Ever since I got back from New York Comic Con a few weeks ago I’ve been playing catch up on a lot of things and have just now been slowly getting back up to speed, so bare with me just a little bit longer here. I’ll probably post a page of lettered linework some time during next week, so keep an eye out for that, in the mean time though, King of the Unknown was featured over at Comic Booked in their “Wednesday Webcomics” feature this week, so check it out here folks!
Alright, let’s get things rolling here and get this first King adventure over with already! I’ve got so much more planned for the big guy that I want you guys to see!
Hey Gang! Just thought I’d post some handy info that the amazing Andrew Carl passed along about where you can spot us at the New York Comic Con next weekend. We’ll be there primarily for the promotion of the Once Upon a Time Machine anthology due out from Dark Horse on October 10th, which we both did some work on (Andrew on editorial duties, and me on artwork for one of the stories). But we’ll also be doing some wheeling and dealing for King of the Unknown, as well.
You should make sure to stop by both our artist alley table and the Dark Horse booth for our signing, though, to meet all of the talented folks who worked on the Once Upon a Time Machine anthology. Everyone put a lot of blood, sweat, and tears into that project and each is a talented son of a gun in their own right. These guys and gals will seriously make you cry at the awesomeness of their work!
Okay, now here’s that convention info!
SIGNING AT THE DARK HORSE BOOTH:
FRIDAY, 6:00 p.m. (1 hour) – ONCE UPON A TIME MACHINE: James Comey, Charles Fetherolf, Rob Woods, Jim Giar, Marcus Muller, Tara Alexander, Chris Stevens, Andrew Carl
Hope to see ya all there!
King just got punched by a granny!
Before I head to the east coast next week for the New York Comic Con and the release party for the Once Upon a Time Machine anthology at Locust Moon Comics in Philly, I figured I would post up one more lettered page of King of the Unknown linework for you to read. And if you’re at the New York Comic Con next week, stop on by and say “hi” to the other fine folks who worked on the Once Upon a Time Machine anthology at the Dark Horse Comics booth and in artist alley – TABLE X6. They’ll be selling a print of my artwork from the book! And if you can find me there at the table, I’ll have some more prints on me to sell, too! It’s an extremely limited run of prints though, so get them while you can!
I’m busy trying to get a readable version of this first King of the Unknown story done for the New York Comic Con next month, but I didn’t want to leave you hanging waiting to read new pages so I figured I would at least post the black and white lettered versions of the story while you wait for the colored pages to start posting again towards the end of October. If you haven’t been following along at the King of the Unknown Facebook page, I’ve already started doing this over there, so it might be a good idea to sign up for that as well so you don’t miss anything.
Thanks for sticking around everyone, I have big things planned for the King and his crew so please stay tuned!
Some much needed good news after our rough patch of hosting troubles, Newsarama’s Zack Smith interviewed me a little while ago about King of the Unknown and his granny troubles. Check out that fun interview here and also learn a bit more about the back story that lead to the making of King of the Unknown.
A special thanks to Zack Smith for asking me to take part in his current run of webcomic creator interviews! It was a pleasure, good sir!