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!
I know it’s been a while so I figured I would give you an update on things. I am still working on King of the Unknown, and there are only about 8 pages left to do the linework on, and then I have to color those and finish coloring the 5 other pages I was doing colors on. A number of things have kept me preoccupied from the King for a while, one of which was working on a few commissions for some extra cash. Check em out:
I figured both of these would be appropriate to share for obvious reasons (KISS, the Walking Dead? Uh, yeah, Duh!), and you guys would get a kick out of them. The Walking Dead one was actually done for Tom and Tara Alexander as a gift for Tom’s sister Laura (who is featured battling zombies alongside Daryl from the show). If you have picked up a copy of the Once Upon a Time Machine anthology from Dark Horse Comics (and if you haven’t, you should, because it’s awesome!), you may recognize Tom and Tara’s names…because both have stories in said anthology (as do King of the Unknown peeps Andrew Carl and Marcus Muller!) and they’re just all around swell people. Both commissions were a blast to work on, and I will definitely be doing more of these in the future.
Well, that about wraps things up, but I will definitely start running some full colored King pages soon. So be sure to keep checking back in as the plan is to get the comic back on schedule and start updating on a regular basis like it used to (remember that? Ahhhhh, good times).