Jim Mroczkowski at iFanboy has just posted up a great article all about how important it is to support creator-owned comics. Click on over and give it a read, then let friends know about your favorite comics.
A sketch of Baldy done by Edwin at this year\’s New York Comicon:
A sketch of Shorty done by Zub at the Skullkickers Vol 2 launch party last week:
\”Skullkickers is a finely-polished effort providing eager appeal for audiences of comics, graphic novels, and general fun.\”Continue reading
Shaun Daniels at Horror Haven has just posted a 2 part audio interview with Jim Zub from New York Comicon. It\’s a fun run through of Skullkickers, past, present and future. Listen and enjoy.
Thanks to everyone who tweeted about Skullkickers Volume 2 coming out yesterday, told their friends and hooked new readers. We couldn\’t do it without you.
Thank you also to everyone who came out to The Beguiling last night for Zub\’s book signing event. It went great. Zub\’s wife even brought Skullkick Cookies, see?
James Fulton at Comics Nexus enjoys Skullkickers volume 2, even when he feels like he shouldn\’t.
\”I’m often surprised that I’m reading Skull Kickers. I’ve never been a Dungeons & Dragons type, and don’t usually go looking for comedic comics. There is, however, something so charming and amusing about the series, that I keep reading despite the fact that I normally hate books like this. Can you give a book higher praise than that?\”
Today\’s the day! Skullkickers Volume 2 arrives at your local comic shop!
Putting out 11 creator-owned issues in a year was a titanic task and this second collection of issues #6-11 is the culmination of that effort.
If you took the time to support our hard work by heading to your local comic shop and picking up a copy of the new book, it would warm our hearts.
Our pals at Third Eye Comics have Skullkickers Volume 2 as their \”Pick of the Week\”.
\”The next slab of awesomeness that is SKULLKICKERS arrives tomorrow, and we know you’re stoked. This killer Image series has been keeping us hooked with its mix of buddy comedies like THE HANGOVER, and World of Warcraft/D&D-style fantasy settings. A great blend of humor that’ll appeal to anyone who digs just plain awesome comics.\”Continue reading
Jim Zub was interviewed on the Next Issue podcast, talking about Skullkickers, Makeshift Miracle and other comic stuff in general. Good times ensue, check it out!