We’ve updated our BUY page with tons of links to online retailers who carry the Skullkickers collections (hardcover or softcover) at discounted prices, many who also ship internationally.
Skullkickers books are the perfect X-Mas gift for the fantasy-loving comic or game fan in your life.
All of us on the team deeply appreciate your encouragement and support.
Skullkickers #24 (aka. Before Skullkickers) arrives at the end of August.
Check out this sneak peek at Kusia short story artwork by the incredible Stjepan Šejić!
Have you pre-ordered your copy yet?
Our fourth story arc wraps up with Dark Skullkickers Dark #1 (aka. Skullkickers #23) in stores Wednesday July 3rd! Big questions are answered and beer is consumed in large amounts.
Make sure you pick up your copy and let us know what you think.
Did you know that earlier issues of Skullkickers can be read for free online?
It’s true. Over on our Keenspot webcomic site we’ve been serializing the early adventures of our favorite monster-mashing mercenaries with 3 new pages each week.
If you’re not caught up with the series or want to hook your friends on our brand of sword & sassery send them a link to this page, or read from the start of your favorite issue:
Arc 1: 1000 Opas and a Dead Body
Skullkickers #6 (Tavern Tales)
Arc 2: Five Funerals and a Bucket of Blood
Skullkickers #12 (Tavern Tales)
Arc 3: Six Shooter on the Seven Seas (still serializing)
This weekend Jim and Edwin will be in Annapolis, Maryland for a special Savage Skullkickers #1 launch signing party at Third Eye Comics! It’s also International Tabletop Day so they’ll be playing board games, card games and RPGs (especially Skullkickers-Munchkin).
It’s going to be an amazing event. If you live in Maryland you need to make your way to Third Eye this Saturday!
Each of the Skullkickers trade paperbacks have a long and thin strip of repeating artwork that makes up the back and front cover.
Check out this uninterrupted look at the spiffy artwork for Volume 3: Six Shooter on the Seven Seas, available now from your local comic shop or online comic/book retailer:
Line Art by Edwin Huang
Colors by Espen Grundetjern
Check out this sweet Skullkickers fan art by Tad Lambert posted up on his deviantART page. He makes our monster-mashing mercenaries look more animated than ever. Great stuff.
If you have Skullkickers fan art, feel free to send it our way. The best pics will show up in a future print issue of Skullkickers.
SK mega-fan Jon Walsh had sculptor Travis MacIntosh put together this custom dwarf figurine! We love it!
If you\’re interested in commissioning one of your own, feel free to drop him a line via email.
Artist/Animator Eric Henze\’s Baldy from Skullkickers is cartoony and entertaining.
When do we get a Skullkickers cartoon?
Answer: Not soon enough!
Comic creator Mat Nastos did up a spiffy Skullkickers sketch cover and posted it on his site.
Nice work, Mat. It turned out great!