Monday, February 22, 2016

A Return from Oblivion... With Merchandise!

Holy shit, you guys!  I don't even know if I remember how to post things on here.  Anyway, a quick update; I'm still alive! And living in the sticks, just as I intended. I haven't been drawing too much these days, but long story short I'm involved with a group of artists out here and I'm doing my damndest to get motivated about art again.  It's been hard, and I don't know why.  Well, maybe I do.  Super U. was my baby, and I think the lack of attention it received, particularly from my own friends and family, caused me to be incredibly jaded about my art in general.  I'm still jaded, but talking with some folks out here I accidentally drummed up some interest in the ol' comic (a couple guys even bought books!) and, long story short again, I decided to look into publishing the second book after all.  Lo and behold, Blurb has new and improved self-publishing software, and even better, a reasonably-sized book at a reasonable price!
So here I am, making it available to you.
I gotta say, it looks really good.  Way better than that embarrassing crap I sold before (which is still available for purchase, by the way).  You can even read the print!
The price is just shy of $20 bucks.  A little steep, I know, but keep in mind, Blurb's making half that.  I think I'm only making a couple bucks off the old books now.

I think sometimes about rekindling the comic.  If I did, it would probably look a lot different (for starters, screw drawing on the computer).  Maybe just for me.  I don't know.  I'd love to hear if there's anyone left out there... anyone who's still interested in the comic after all this time.  I won't get my hopes up.  Well... maybe a little.

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Social Media-less

Hey everybody,

I just wanted to give you guys the latest.  The book is all put together (minus the cover), but it looks like ass, so I've got to try some new things.  I really wanted to go with a bigger size, but the price would be outrageous.  If anyone can recommend a cheaper self-publisher than Blurb, I'm open to suggestions.  Leave a comment.  My other option is playing with the format some more to try and make it work.  I'll keep at it, but in all honesty I'm in no rush here.  Ain't like anybody's chomping at the bit to buy it.

In another step toward complete isolation, I've gotten off of Twitter.  Facebook is a distant memory, and I've been happily living without a functioning cell phone for a long time now.  So, if you want to get a hold of me, your best bet would be to e-mail me.  You'll probably want to do that soon, because my next step is going to be getting rid of that e-mail address.

I've come to view the internet as the destruction of our society as we know it, so I don't expect to be around much.