- If you prefer individual volumes, I've found a few more copies of Volume 2, so those are available again in the Store. I'm super excited to announce that the Kickstarter for the Omnibus Edition of TJ & Amal will be going live shortly! - August 22-24, I'll be at Otakuthon in Montréal, QC! I'll be in the Artist Alley at San Japan 7 Saturday and Sunday, July 19 and 20. - Pages 488 and 489 are up, bringing Chapter 43 to a close. We'll be on the first floor of the Toronto Reference Library. - The TJ and Amal store has moved back to Big Cartel.
I'll be doing some panels as well as working the Artist Alley. (Unfortunately I will miss Friday of San Japan due to RL obligations.) - Italian translation is now complete. - Next week's update will be 11 pages --the entirety of Chapter 44-- to conclude the story.
- Happy to announce that I'll be a guest at Nijicon 2015, October 24 25, in Oaks, Pennsylvania!
Please drop by and say hello if you're in the Philadelphia area.
- The TJ & Amal Omnibus Kickstarter has soared past goal! Austin the first weekend in March, and after that, Anime North in Toronto at the end of May. Join me and a dozen other webcomic artists (including Randy Milholland, Danielle Corsetto, David Willis, and more) at Dragon's Lair in Austin on December 6 and 7! - Here's something fun: I'm among 12 lucky webcomic artists who are contributing to the 2015 MANCALENDAR, which will have a dudely pinup illustration for each month! Check out the MANCALENDAR tag on Tumblr or visit Countershot Press for more information! Many thanks to Tori and Fan for all their hard work.
Hardcover editions are now available, and the paperback copies will be even higher quality than before. You can still purchase it via the Sparkler Online Shop, but I'm plumb out over here. - As for the news mentioned in the last post, here's a peek! I'll be signing books, doing panels, and will have some epilogue comic pages with me for y'all to peek at ;-) - Some exciting news coming next month! - From today until midnight December 1, everything in the TJ & Amal store is 20% off! - Today, October 15, is the last day to preorder the TJ and Amal fanbook! - Signed copies of Volume 3 will be available again this weekend. Many thanks to Kori Handwerker and all the contributing artists for their hard work and love. More info and updates can be found under the "TJ and Amal" tag on my Tumblr. - This Saturday I'll be with the Dragon's Lair crew at Austin PRIDE, signing books and stuff! - August 22-24, I'll be at Otakuthon in Montréal, Quebec! - Thanks also to everyone who came out to say hello during San Japan!
- FAQ Page updated with omnibus and convention info. This is going to be a gorgeous book, and I'm so excited!
This is the way I originally wanted to do the ending, but didn't have the time needed to do the final spread. - Sorry I didn't have time to do anything elaborate this year ;_; Here are the previous April Fool pages (warning: sound): 2014 - 2013 - 2012 - 2011 - Not a joke: Publisher's Weekly feature added under Press. - Signed copies of Volume 3 will be available again on September 1.
Please check out Sparkler's wide array of exciting - Page 485, 486, and 487 are up. - I am aware there's been some site downtime lately. The generous folks at Sparkler will be handling order fulfillment and shipping for the next few months.
Unfortunately, there is nothing I can do to fix it. EDIT: Tweaked this a bit so hopefully it will work better now. - Pages 475 and 476 are up, kicking off Chapter 43. - Also, reminder: We'll be at Emerald City Comic Con (along with a TON of other webcomics and independent comics folks) at the end of this month! We'll have copies of Volumes 1 and 2 for sale, plus a limited supply of Whisper Grass and --fresh from the printer-- Kung Fu Hustlers! Studios booth should have the special ECCC-only hardcover Adventure Time Volume 3 compilation, for which I did the cover. I'm excited for my first visit to Seattle -- hope to see you there! If you placed an order through the old store, your order is still valid and will ship within the next week or so.
Thanks so much to the folks who were able to find me, or who stumbled across my table.
I had a blast signing your books and drawing commissions.