We are no longer accepting contributors for our second annual charity anthology project, Fearsome Fables II. After we make our way through the list of confirmed people, the page will be updated and you'll be able to acquaint yourself with the talented, generous creators involved.
In between comic projects, I posted on WordPress behind-the-scenes looks at my stories, Q&A sessions with my collaborators, reviews and anything interesting that caught my eye. Unfortunately (or fortunately), between life changes and an ever-growing number of books, the blog was neglected.
Rather than lose some pretty solid pieces into the aether, I decided to package them up and make them available here. I'm probably e-mailed on a weekly basis some of the questions addressed in the entries so who knows, maybe they'll be handy to have at your fingertips.
May 22 edit: I added an article about choosing the right printer. I hope it helps you aspiring creators!
For the download links, click here.
In addition to the free digital comics I've already released (Emma Awesome, Faces and Messiah), I temporarily made Infantasy available as well. Spread the IWC love, support your local shops, and read comics!
To download our sampler, featuring these and other comics, click here.
Well, the first volume of Emma Awesome has come to an end. It's bittersweet, of course, but co-creator and artist Ariel Marsh and I take some comfort in knowing that Emma has plenty more adventure in the future. Near future, to be precise.
Along with the webcomic, which can be read by clicking the link above, you can download the digital version right here.