Kitty is usually such a polite kitty. But it is now 6:21pm. Kitty has a presentation to give tomorrow morning to the shareholders. Kitty asks most firmly that the upstairs neighbors quit typing so aggressively at such an unreasonable hour. Kitty must be at his best 16 hours from now or the board members may do something rash.
Free Comic Book Day is here again! Join Interrobang Studios's Kevin Bolk at Captain Blue Hen Comics in Newark, Delaware this Saturday, May 3rd, for a ton of food trucks, many awesome comics creators, and a whole store full of awesome comic-friends giving away free comics to all attendees! :D Here’s a link to the event details! http://www.captainbluehen.com/free-comic-book-day/
<3 Hope we see you there!<3
Let’s hear it for comic shops. I’m biased. I worked in one for 4 years and met my fiance there and many other wonderful people besides, but even accounting for my rosy memories, comic shops are wonderful things.
Webcomics artists, convention artists, indie publishers riding rockets off of kickstarter and indiegogo… there’s more comics opportunities all the time. And even still, comic shops sit underneath it all, bracing it up. Even if many modern comics readers never set foot in the store itself, so many publishing companies (big to small!) rely on the pre-orders generated by stores to foot the bill, in whole or in part, for the books and content that the rest of the world can buy online or at convention or digitally.
Free Comic Book Day is a shot to see your own local store first hand. To go to the comics SOURCE—the headwaters of sequential art content! Not only does supporting your local store help support the industry as a whole, AND help support the family-owned small business in your community, but perhaps you’ll find something special for yourself. I know I would never in a million years trade what I found: a place where a bunch of people who also like comics swing by after a hard day doing whatever it is they do to afford rent (and comics) and hang out and joyfully talk about the things that make them happy. Or joyfully critique the things that make them happy. Same thing.
Your local store is here: http://www.comicshoplocator.com Enter your zip code (or your country). It’s free to find the list of stores.
OH THE SUE-MANITY!
Ensign Sue has ReSUEmed!
Check out the latest strips here!
AsSUEme the position (these puns will never EVER get old to me.)
So I have this cat. YZMA. (EEez-mah,)I set up a mug of hot cocoa mix, put the water on to boil, and went to talk with K for moment. I come downstairs and THIS STUPID BEAST is EATING HOT COCOA POWDER OUT OF MY MUG!!She’s not exhibiting signs of chocolate poisoning, but that is because she is not a cat. She is a ball of rubberbands and spit. I’ve been tricked into feeding it and shoveling its poop for YEARS under the mistaken assumption that I, a cat-lover, had a cat. But no. This is an indestructible machine sent to me from the future because the past is a dumping ground for crap that doesn’t work. I don’t know what they thought they were making, but clearly it needed to be able to survive on a diet of ALL MATTER EXCEPT CHICKEN. CHICKEN IS THE DEVIL and it makes the rubber band ball creature both itchy and bald.But COCOA POWDER is just fine, thank you very much! Also dirt, steel wool, fun foam, flip flops, running shoe soles, hair ties, action figure accessories, lawn clippings, dryer lint…Guys, I have a defective matter conversion unit from the future that can handle everything EXCEPT chicken and conveniently turns anything it eats into more YZMA and/or POOP.</things that cannot survive in the wild theater>YZMA is the BEST AND SMARTEST CAT IN THE WORLD
The fact that she’s a defective automaton from the future made entirely of springs and rubberbands does not detract from that AT ALL.
THE FUTURE IS NOW.
Kevin Bolk and Interrobang Studios will be visiting the Charlotte, North Carolina area for the first time this weekend! This will be our first Ichibancon and we couldn’t be more excited. We’ve got an Artist Alley spot and everything. :D
Reblog if we’ll see you there!
Favorite if you want a pop tart a la mode like I do right now. …hot steamy pop tarts… creamy, melty ice creams… sweet lord, yes. I’ll be right back.
Hurting for some cash to make it through bills by the end of the month and I’m still running a Halloween art print sale on my Storenvy, so I thought I’d do something quick & appropriately 2 sonic 2 spoopy - consider this a rough for a future Knuckles print.
Any print sales will help me afford beans & rice & student loan payments! If you can’t buy a print, reblogging & signal boosting is greatly appreciated!
Intern Scot! Feelin’ hungry. Eatin’ beans. Makin’ awesome art. Lookin’ for work an’ reblogs.
NEW YORK, NEW YORK! We did it, guys! We got a space in the NYCC artist alley. (Shhh… How is not important…). But we have 5 days to get the word out! We’ll be there with the last of the All Star posters, the last of the first printing of “It Sucks To Be Weegie #2,” and the DEBUT of Kevin’s Comics Gals Roller Derby art! Swing by table W7 in the Artist Alley hall so we can hang out!
It’s HAPPENING! We got in! YAAAAY! *Muppet Hands!*
RING BELLS. BANG GONGS. TELL YOUR MOM. We’re gonna be at NYCC! :D
I heard some of you guys like reading. Maybe we see you there?
Autumn is beautiful in Baltimore. Come take a walk through the turning leaves and flip a few pages with us at the Baltimore Book Festival this weekend. This street festival is free for everyone, so bring a group!
So Ensign Two: The Wrath of Sue just wrapped up over at Interrobang Studios. I wanted to take some time to give a very special thank you to Ensign Sue creator and writer Clare Moseley for all her hard work and support. She really did a bang up job and I would like you guys’ help in letting her…
WE LOVE YOU CLARE!! <3
THEY’RE HERE!! The posters have arrived! Kevin Bolk will get’em all signed, I’ll get’em all numbered, and then there will be 100 TUBES!
:D Fave it if you want one! Reblog if you just like tubes. ;D
I’ve been selling art and comics at conventions with Interrobang Studios for five years now, and to celebrate that anniversary, the Studio is printing 100 copies of K-Bo’s All-Star All-Card Poster, “A Rainbow of Characters”. It’s a full-size 27” x 39” poster with over 225 characters on it (previously only available at conventions.) All of the posters are will be signed and numbered by yours truly! Quantities will be strictly limited.
And, cause we know we don’t get out to shows on the west coast much, or internationally for that matter, we’re also running a K-Bo Combo special on the posters
The pack comes with a poster, a K-Bo K-Book 1: The Red One art book, and an original sketch on the back of your book. We’ll be bringing these posters with us to both of our August shows, so be sure to look for them! However, since the posters are limited edition, we’re posting these online more than a week before the convention starts so all our fans get a shot at them. Poster orders placed before Otakon (8/9/13) will be guaranteed, charged immediately, and reserved to ship in August 2013. For more info, check out the Interrobang Studios store.
Super excited about these, you guys! :D Got one more announcement to make before Otakon and I think you’ll reeeeaaally like it. Stay tuned. ;)
So proud of you, Kevin! This thing’s no joke: 5 year’s in the making and more than 2 feet by 3 feet! (27”x39” or 69.5cmx99cm for the metric folks).
Y’all’re gonna rainbow facexplode in rainbow facexplosions when you see this in person.
Cheers! We’ve hit a major milestone this evening and decided a 31-flavor salute was the best possible celebration! So many awesome things coming down the pike for you guys. So proud of our team! :D
Love our crew! <3