Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Almost SOLD OUT!

Greetings, Dickheads!

Been lying low for the past few months. Freelance work and convention travel have kept me pretty busy. Between art directing the new Xiaolin Chronicles cartoon and drawing the Roddenberry Ent./Arcana Pub. graphic novel, Worth, I've been neglecting my poor, little, rotten bastards. But fear not, fans! Once these projects are clear, Zombie Dickheads #2 is waiting to be completed.

In the meantime, there's some good news and some bad news. The good news is Zombie Dickheads #1 is almost completely SOLD OUT! The bad news is Zombie Dickheads #1 is almost completely SOLD OUT! Naturally, this came as quite a bit of a shock to me, considering the puerile nature of the humor involved, as well as the repellant title choice. But you folks have proven me wrong, time and again, by saying with your hard-earned dollars that, YES, you really like this book, and, YES, you want more!

As it stands, I have only 8 copies of the book left that I'm taking with me to the upcoming Denver Comic Con in Denver, CO this weekend, as well as the one-day Mile High Comics Denver Comic Con Pre-Party on Thursday! After that, there are no more. But to those uninitiated, fear not! I'm working on the digital release of issue #1 as I type this, so that folks will still be able to get their hands on the Dickheads, albeit in virtual form.

From 500 to 8. Not bad for a bunch-a dead guys.
Despite the books being out of print for the time being, there's still more Dickheads on its way in the form of original prints for shows. I'm also working on getting a print store set up here on the site for you to obtain some of the past couple years' limited edition show prints that are still available. Once I can get clear of the remainder of my obligations to my evil, soul-crushing, corporate masters (to whom I am grateful for steady employment.)

To those of you who took a chance on a boy from Jersey, and his dream of a comic book with the word "dick" in the title, I thank you all. This was sort of an experiment for me, to see if I could put out a book on my own and have it actually make something of itself in a very tough marketplace, and you all showed me that, hey, I'm not half bad.

See you all on the con trail!