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SAY WHAT NOW?!!! Today’s comic idea came in part from one of our favorite fans, Naveed Mitchell! He came out to Free Comic Book Day last Saturday and drew me a sketch of his “Nessie and Voodoo” characters. As he was drawing his version, I was watching and drawing for him!
Here’s Naveed with his finished drawing! Another satisfied customer!
Hope you enjoy today’s “alternate reality” strip, Naveed! Thanks for coming out and being a loyal Bigfoot and Tiki fan!
Hey, Check it out! Captain Steve is sharing his “Comic Edition” unique strip that I drew JUST for his copy of the book! Thanks again for buying a special edition Steve! And thanks for sharing!
Book update! All of the pending orders will hopefully be shipped this Friday! There are only TWO “Original Strip” editions left as of this post. Get em while they’re hot here.
A few folks who bought the both a sketch edition and an original art edition, I’m waiting until the original strip edition is done to ship both to you at the same time. You’ll understand that it takes a bit longer to draw a full strip inside the book for ya. 🙂 I’ll make it worth the wait!
If you haven’t checked it out yet, there are a TON of other webcomics involved in COMICS FOR JAPAN at www.comicsforjapan.com – getting the word out about helping the survivors in Japan from the devastation there.
Also, there’s a fantastic ebay art auction going on now which includes some original art from webcomic’s heavy hitters! 100% of the funds go to the earthquake relief fund of the RedCross, so you’ll get some awesome original art AND be helping those in need! Check out the auction here!
Our friends in Japan need your help. Entire towns have been wiped off the map. There’s a shortage of food and supplies! Please give what you can at one of the following links:
SECOND HARVEST JAPAN: http://www.2hj.org/index.php/eng_home You can either send a box of your own supplies, or donate directly through their site to help them deliver supplies directly in the disaster zones. This is one of the BEST ways you can help the survivors.
Visit www.comicsforjapan.com this Friday for more comics by different creators in support of our friends in Japan.