Are you a fan of Kel McDonald’s webcomic about sorcerers, vampires, werewolves, and more? Are you sitting there wishing you had physical copies of Sorcery 101 and Kel McDonald’s other works in your personal collection?
Then I have good news for you – you can!
This omnibus edition will feature 750 pages of content covering five years of the comic, including 460 pages with remastered artwork. This kickstarter only has a little over four days left to reach it’s goal and it’s already 95 percent funded.
Time is running out to get in on this campaign and earn the rewards. So if you’re fond of this spellbinding series, wander on over and stake your claim.
OK, I have two bits of news:
1. I am still alive (yay me!)
2. There’s a kickstarter for Skin Deep Volume 3 going on right now.
There’s still just about a week left and it’s already over 70% funded. All it needs is that little bit of help to meet it’s goal. That little bit of help could be you!
So if you’re a fan of Kory Bing’s wonderful webcomic about mythical creatures living secretly among us and want a shot at some of those sweet pledge rewards, now’s your chance!
Do you want to know the terrible thing about fear? Even when you think you’ve gotten over it, when you think you’ve gotten rid of it for good, it always comes back.
Or more accurately, it never left…
And neither did we.
False Positive (Season 2)
This comic is NOT appropriate for young children due to violence, gore, and occasional adult themes.
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.
Monsters don’t always need to be big, or scary, or even horrible in order to be monsters. So what do you call a monster who’s small, adorable, and uncontrollably rambunctious?
A little kid.
This is Gronk, A Monster’s Story, by Katie Cook