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KotU at C2E2 April 21-23!

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This weekend (April 21-23) come on out to Chicago’s biggest comic convention, C2E2!  I’ll be there in preparation for the release of the King of the Unknown graphic novel early next year (along with some other KotU related stuff), and tabling with fellow Stache Publishing alum, Jordan Williams, who will have the latest details on his comic “Gunpowder Witch”.  So if you’re in Chicago this weekend, then stop on by C2E2, and find us in Artist Alley at table J4 and say hi!

 

 

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Comics Alternative Podcast Review!

Hey Gang!

There’s a great review up for the King of the Unknown webcomic from the guys over at the Comics Alternative Podcast!  Go give it a listen here!

Also, I feel like I need to reiterate, the King will be returning this year in an original graphic novel published by Stache comics, so stay tuned for more news on that and more!

-Marcus

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Quick Update!

Ready to Rock in 2017!

Ready to Rock in 2017!

I realize it’s been a while since I posted anything here on the King of the Unknown website, but I’m working hard to make sure there is plenty of King of the Unknown content in 2017–the least of which includes a full length graphic novel, single issue comics that are exclusive at conventions, and a makeover for the website.  So, it may not look like too much is going on right now, but there’s a lot going on behind the scenes that you’ll see in due time.

If you really need your King of the Unknown fix though, then I would recommend following us at our Facebook page here, and on Twitter here, as those are updated more regularly than the website, and feature some exclusive content.

I would also recommend checking out Stache Publishing who’s publishing the King of the Unknown graphic novel next year, as they’ll have exclusive content as well, and they also have some cool comics that you should check out too!

I’ll try and have the next update sooner, but I just wanted everyone to know that there is a lot more King on the horizon, and to keep an eye out for it next year!

-Marcus

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