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spikedrewthis:

Hey, folks. I’ll be publishing a new comics anthology next spring. Perhaps you’d like to pitch a story for it?
New World is a black-and-white sci-fi/fantasy comic anthology with the theme of exploration, colonization, conquest, assimilation, “going native,” appropriation, imperialism, strained relations… essentially, what happens when mutually un-contacted cultures, continents, and species collide.
The deadline for submissions is November 20th. Head on over to the official page to see how to submit, and I can’t wait to see what you’ve got.

spikedrewthis:

Hey, folks. I’ll be publishing a new comics anthology next spring. Perhaps you’d like to pitch a story for it?

New World is a black-and-white sci-fi/fantasy comic anthology with the theme of exploration, colonization, conquest, assimilation, “going native,” appropriation, imperialism, strained relations… essentially, what happens when mutually un-contacted cultures, continents, and species collide.

The deadline for submissions is November 20th. Head on over to the official page to see how to submit, and I can’t wait to see what you’ve got.

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spaceshiprocket:

Madman by Frank Quitely

spaceshiprocket:

Madman by Frank Quitely

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davezissou:

davezissou:

Oddité in Labyrinth Canyon Pre-order!

Since I’m getting close to wrapping up the first act of Labyrinth Canyon, I’ve started Koyanisqaatsi Press and opened up for pre-orders.

My good comics homie, Alchemichael, contributed a back cover to this project and started what I hope will be a trend of finely illustrated guest back covers colored by me for as long as I publish Oddité. I have a few other exciting artists queued for this series.

This is a comic that features boots!

Synopsis:

Oddité, an electric witch, braves Labyrinth Canyon to connect with her absent Hopi mother who braved the Canyon at the same age. Accompanied by her cat, Electric Cat, Oddité must navigate herself and her cat out of the labyrinth alive as shady wildlife and monsters stalk her at every turn and dead end.

The first act will feature 18+ pages of story and a few extra pages of content. This is a personal book that grew out of being hospitalized and has helped me get better and deal with losing my cat, Freddy, while deathly mentally ill. This is a comic for all-ages that I’m excited to share with anyone who will read it.

I’d love for any support you can offer, you can pre-order a standard copy, a sketch edition, or support it at Patreon where I will begin to upload pages as I finish toning them.

I’ll have a preview edition available for a dollar at the IE Zine Fest this weekend and after that I’ll have affordable drawings available to help cover the cost of something that I hope will print beautifully! The preview solicit will be up soon!

Thank you and spread the word!

For the evening crowd.

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fantagraphics:

Max's new graphic novel, Vapor, is absolutely gorgeous. From the mesmerizing cover designed by our in-house superstar, Tony Ong, to the beautifully laid out panels and artwork, to the evolving journey of the philosophical protagonist, Nick, this book is just plain impossible to put down!

We are so pleased to bring more of this Spanish cartoonist’s work to an English audience, with impeccable translation done by Carol Gnojewski. Do yourself a favor and pre-order it now!

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Anonymous said: I thought 2nd strikefile is Oct 22? what gives?

royalboiler:

Sorry for the wait. It’s done now and about to go off to the printer.

 . Here’s a page by Ludroe that shows a far future Superpatriot.

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cactuscomics said: So Multiple Warheads is in Best American Comics 2014. Your short story from Dark Horse was in last year's. I know you aren't a huge fan of comics awards. How do you feel about being in these anthologies? Or how do you feel about these books calling themselves The Best American Comics? I'm interested to know your thoughts on this.

royalboiler:

Yeah, awards are whatever. I don’t think I hate them I just don’t put much weight on them. 

The main reason I let my stuff be in the best American books was just the excuse to be along side so many other creators whose work I liked. Plus I like the idea of it being a different spot for people to find my stuff in. I saw one in airport book store recently. 

And yeahhh, the “best” title is dumb but I get that it’s the publisher basing the name off of a “best American short stories” book. It’s certainly wayyyy too subjective for my tastes. It is what it is. 

The nerve to call anything “best” that isn’t this otter is outrageous. 

alchemichael:

Octopoda Z

Reblogging these 2 pages together. I like the way they turned out. I just made it up as I went along. Each panel is 1”x3”.

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