Have you always wanted to own some original one-of-a-kind comic art? Edwin Huang, our amazing penciler/inker, is selling original page art from Skullkickers! From Edwin\’s journal entry:
All original Skullkickers pages for sale!
Pages range from $50 – $250. Covers from $200 and up.
For inquiries, please email me.
Just mention the sequential page(s) and issue number through email.
paypal account is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Comic Buzz has a special preview of the first 4 pages of Skullkickers #7 on their site. Head on over and check out the recap of volume 1 and the first of five funerals.
Jim Zub is exhibiting at the Toronto Comic Arts Festival this weekend, selling copies of Skullkickers and a lot of other books, sketchbooks and mini-comics. TCAF is a free event in downtown Toronto with tons of amazing creators displaying their work. The show has a great atmosphere for comic lovers of any age and any style. If you live in the area you should come downtown and check it out.
Zub will be at table 212 in the 2nd floor Salon section.
Zub was a guest on Where Monsters Dwell last week and they\’ve just posted up the interview on their site. Click on over and give it a listen. Great conversation about Skullkickers, pop culture and more. The interview starts at 39:12 in the podcast.
James Mason at Comic Buzz has an advance review of Skullkickers #7 (arriving in stores May 25th) and is impressed with the start of our second story arc, giving it a 9/10.
\”Subversive and bitingly funny, Skullkickers reminds the reader that life just isn’t that much fun unless you’re reading about a red-bearded dwarf and his gun-wielding hulk.\”
The Bitter Guy at \”Squideye and the Bitter Guy\” interviews Zub all about Skullkickers – How the series started and where it\’s going. Click on over to their site to give it a listen.
A staff member at the Kirkwood Public Library heartily recommends Skullkickers Vol. 1.
\” It is a fun tale with an almost 1/1 ratio of ewww to awesome. Keen art, fun story and lots of boot to face action, Skullkickers is highly enjoyable.\”
Gamer/writer Joshua Unruh has read an advanced copy of Skullkickers #7, the first issue of our new story arc arriving in stores on May 25th, and he\’s absolutely delighted by what we have in store for readers old and new.
\”Skullkickers #7, aka Five Funerals and a Bucket of Blood part 1, is everything a new and returning reader could hope for.\”
\”[It has] a set up of sinister goings on, a hilarious \’fish out of water\’ situation for the Skullkickers, the return of a shady character, some blood, guts and ultra violence (that made me laugh coffee through my nose), as well as a daring escape by our \’heroes.\’\”
A new Skullkickers quotes ad just went out to press and retailers today. Check it out:
Skullkickers cover artist Chris Stevens and writer Jim Zub will both be appearing at Heroes Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina on June 3-5. It\’s going to be a great weekend for comics and you can get your Skullkickers issues/trades signed up while you\’re there. Once we have the table #\’s nailed down we\’ll be sure to post them here.
For other summer signing appearances, check out our Conventions page.