Accidental Centaurs in print
Well, I’m going to be at DragonCon and I’ll be selling merch! Woo hoo!
I just received 25 copies each of the first four issues of Accidental Centaurs, which will be “Accidents Happen”, “Accidental Unicorn”, “Pointing Hooves” and the first part of “Dictating the Course”. These will be FULL COLOR and reasonably priced! The first two (36 pages each) will be $6 each and Three and Four will be $5 each (24 and 28 pages). I just cracked open the box to take a look and these books are almost too pretty to sell.
Notice, I said, “almost”…
Here’s what the insides look like… Nice, huh?
Not only are these going to be on sale at DragonCon, I’m also going to make them available through this site. I’ll have the links soon, once I get the postage all figured out… Looks like P&H for US Domestic will be $5 and the rest of planet is $15, which makes single copy prices $10 and $20, respectively.
However, you can save a bundle by… um… bundling… For that same postage and handling, I can ship all four books! And you’ll save over 15% off ordering them separately!
And I’ll sign them! And draw characters in them! Such a deal!! Go order yours TODAY!
Of course, I’ll have the books at DragonCon, too! Plus, there’ll be stuff from Random Acts of Nancy available, as well! Just look for the Accidental Centaurs banner in the Artists’ Alley! I’ll be at table 44, right next to the one and only Bill Holbrook!
Wait a tick… Let me back up.
I’ll be at DragonCon, held in downtown Atlanta GA, August 29, 30, 31 and September 1. I don’t know exactly where I’ll be (I don’t get the table assignment until I show up), but I will have a table in the aforementioned Artists’ Alley. In addition to having Accidental Centaurs comic books for sale, I’ll also take orders for the Lulu books (which I will personalize and ship directly to you) and commissions (which I’ll do at the con). You can also ask for the adult stuff, but we just need to be careful about showing it around.
A crappy picture of my banner…
If you’ve never been to DragonCon, it’s an amazing experience. Think San Diego Comic-Con, without the 36 hour waits to get into a panel.
Speaking of which, I’ll be on the Webcomics Panel, sponsored by the Electronic Frontiers Foundation. That will be 7pm on Sunday, August 31, in the Hilton Crystal Ballroom.
I’m still working on drawing the pages for the conclusion of “Lair of the Insectaurs”. In fact, I drew the last page the other night. Actually, I skipped to the end and drew the last page. The story ends on a whopper of a cliffhanger, and I just felt like drawing it. I’d actually had that image in my head for about five years and it was very satisfying to get it out onto paper.
I’m continuing to outline Year Two. I really wanna blow your socks off with this. It’s going to be a massive arc that will be split up nicely into individual comic books (imagine that!). It’s also going to turn Accidental Centaurs upside down, which is always a fun thing to do your characters. I’ve always said that if my characters aren’t miserable, then I’m not doing my job. “Dictating the Course” and “Lair of the Insectaurs” were intense, but that’l going to be child’s play compared to Year Two.