By popular request (well, a couple of requests), a close up on that coin Felix keeps on his personal altar.
Actually, that’s not very close up now that I see it on screen. Hmm.
Click on the image to see a mock-up of the back cover, with descriptive copy, proposed illustration, content warning, Surgeon General’s notice, and an octopus in a squid suit.
The book will be 796 pages with a print size of 1-1/2×2 inches, and the word balloons will only be readable through a jeweller’s loupe. Please be sure to donate to production costs on Kickstarter, where the target goal is $300,000, so that I can get this finished in a week or so and get back to the Romans after the holidays.
The 2012 Eisner Award nominations are chock full of great books by great people, including lots of friends—including:
Good luck to Trina, Stephanie, Colleen, and Dylan! I hope some of their coolness rubs off on me!
P.S.: The sidebar sponsors look very cool today. You should click!
Readers have been waiting a very long time for the ending of Chapter IV, which is so close (but has been “close” been for months and months). I have to say I’m not sure it will be finished or if I can go back to the story. I don’t know, friends.