Read Thistil Mistil Kistil? Missed out on its first Kickstarter?
Then have no fear, Round Two is here!
If you’ve been following Thistil Mistil Kistil, then you probably already know about the Kickstarter campaign that its creator, Sarah Schanze, has started.
If you didn’t know… well, now you do.
The kickstarter (link in the image) is for another batch of print copies of TMK Volume 1, which, if it pulls through, will include the first five (5) chapters and an additional story. As usual, there are various other rewards based on tiers.
If you enjoy Thistil Mistil Kistil (or think you might) and would like to see it in print, I encourage you to check it out. There are only a few weeks left.
Hello, readers! Happy Halloween Month!
It’s been a while, so I thought I’d break the ice with a joke. OK, here goes.
You (presumably): “Who’s there?”
And I answer “Death!”
I was going to make the punchline “The IRS” but that might’ve been too terrifying.
Anyways, this is Beefpaper.
Do you love fairy tales? Does the idea of a courageous, intelligent heroine excite you?
Then this might be the Kickstarter for you.
Isabelle Melançon and Megan Lavey-Heaton, the creators of the fantastic webcomic Namesake, present Valor “a comic anthology that pays homage to the strength, resourcefulness, and cunning of female heroines in fairy tales… showcasing the talent of some of the top creators in the field of digital comics.”
Promising retold classics and brand new favorites – all by wonderful, highly talented comic creators – Valor has already met it’s pledge goal of $20,000, but it’s not too late to support the book (and maybe snag some sweet rewards, too).
Give their work a read-through and see if it’s something you might like to help happen.
The Reviews are going on a summer hiatus.
However, that doesn’t mean I won’t be busy. I’ll be tearing through my backlog of new and favorite webcomics looking for things to love.
Your mission dear reader, should you choose to accept it, is to speak up for your own favorites, be they up-and-coming talent or old veterans. Any genre, any style, I want to read them.
Just post a link or two to your favorite series down in the comments section and be sure to give a quick description about the comics and what you enjoy most about them.
Hopefully, by the end of the summer, everyone will have found a new reading list.
See you all then. 🙂
I am so sorry this is so late. I am such a terrible, irresponsible blogger.
Kids love dinosaurs. They love Godzilla and giant robots and space aliens. If they’re like me, they grow up on franchises like Pokemon, Digimon, and Monster Rancher. They draw fierce creatures and imagine them locked in epic battles for Justice, for the world, for sheer unadulterated awesomeness.
Kids, in short, love monsters. But what happens when a kid actually gets a monster of their own, one that they have to hide and care for on top of all the usual drama that comes with being a kid? What if that monster is literally a part of them?
This is Monster Pulse, by Magnolia Porter.