Pizza Boyz Issue 8 – Bonfire on the Mountain

The boyz are back! The boyz are back! And this time it’s a classic bonfire on the mountain good time party, during the last big snowstorm of the season. Providing the back drop for going through different childhood tales throughout the Pizza Boyz upbringing with an anthology like style of storytelling. Now who doesn’t enjoy hanging with the best of friends around a bonfire.

All this and more fun times in the retro gaming, podcasting, movie talking and comedic adventures of Pizza Boyz.

For fans of such timeless comedy classics like Clerks, It’s Always Sunny, Scott Pilgrim, Strangers in Paradise and That 70’s Show.

Grab yourself a slice of Pizza Boyz Issue 8, the sit-com styled comic series that’s like hanging out with the ole gang again. Jump into any issue, without having to catch up on the previous comics in the episodic form of storytelling too.

Created, Written and Drawn By Spencer Scott Holmes.
That fellow of Indie Comix Club and the Old Man Orange Podcast.
www.OldManOrange.com

Pizza Boyz Issue 7 – Does Anybody Need A Roommate

The story of looking for that next living space to conquer.

In this episode, Audrey gets the boot from her rental and goes back to living with her dad for a bit. Cisco discovers the power of discounts a Service hat provides and the rest of the crew finds the latest and greatest of new hangout spots. All this and more fun times in the retro gaming, podcasting, movie talking and comedic adventures of Pizza Boyz.

For fans of such timeless comedy classics like Clerks, It’s Always Sunny, Scott Pilgrim, Strangers in Paradise and That 70’s Show.

Grab yourself a slice of Pizza Boyz Issue 7, the sit-com styled comic series that’s like hanging out with the ole gang again. Jump into any issue, without having to catch up on the previous comics in the episodic form of storytelling too.

Created, Written and Drawn By Spencer Scott Holmes.
That fellow of Indie Comix Club and the Old Man Orange Podcast.
www.OldManOrange.com

Pizza Fright #1

A late night pizza delivery brings more than just pepperoni for Abbie and her brother Allen in this frightening first issue!

This issue features 4 full color stories across 16 pages by Jason Payne (Princezz, PKD’s The Hanging Stranger.)

Pizza Boyz Issue 6 – Held At Sword point By 11 Year Old Girlz

You think going down the toy aisle at your local big box store is safe? Think again!

Danger can lurk around any corner and come in all sizes as the gang finds out in the latest Pizza Boyz issue. Held at Sword Point by two 11 year old girlz, the boyz are kidnapped against their will and taken as chauffeurs to a “My Bratty Kitty” convention in Las Vegas. It’s all fun and games till someone gets poked in the eye with a sword. As the journey goes south, literally, how will our heroes survive? What devious plans do these 2 little demon children have in store for us? Does help in this situation actually exist? Only one way to find out.

Grab yourself a copy of Pizza Boyz Issue 6, the sit-com styled comic series that takes a dark turn down suspense avenue this round.

Created, Written and Drawn By Spencer Scott Holmes.
That fellow of Indie Comix Club and the Old Man Orange Podcast.
www.OldManOrange.com

International Cooking Club Recipe 1: Pizza

Shanice Winters is an American student studying abroad in Japan…at least that’s her premise. The real reason she came to Japan is to one day meet her celebrity crush Hideki Uehara, a famous singer and foodie. Knowing Hideki’s love of food, she jumps on a whim of one day cooking something delicious for the superstar. In turn Shanice ropes in 2 of her friends Johnny, the Aussie English teacher, and Sheria, a latin dance instructor from Guatemala. Together they start the endeavor by cooking a pizza together, but Shanice’s dreamy personality and her friends’ different cultural conceptions on taste could be a hurdle for the trio
(This story is written in manga style and is meant to be read right to left)

Pizza Boyz – Season 1 – Graphic Novel

Ever wanted to read a comic that had the thrills of a workout, with the laughs of a podcast and the nostalgia of an N64?..
Probably never crossed your mind till now.

Well in Pizza Boyz, the sit-com styled comic goes into the fray of what is best in life. Creating martial arts movies with friends, finding the easy street way of making money till your podcast takes off, being cautious of “THAT GUY” at the gym and utilizing the secret powers that Mario Kart holds.

And of course, grabbing a slice of some good times pizza. So, come on by and hang out
with the ole gang. It’s just like you remember, only black and white.

For Fans of things like It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Clerks, Scott Pilgrim, Strangers in Paradise and That 70’s Show.

From Writer, Artist and Creator Spencer Scott Holmes host of Old Man Orange Podcast & cartoons like Walabie The Rabbit.

With special guest, variant covers by Pete Berg of Paint It Black, Technical Dave Razi, Courtney Hahn, Ryan Dunigan & Laura Lopez.

Collecting Pizza Boyz Issues #1-4.

Pizza Boyz Issue 5 – Death of a Television

For anyone who has ever considered the television set as a close member of the family.

And the loss that can be felt when one finally passes away, beyond all repair.

Well in Pizza Boyz Issue 5, the boyz deal with death, sadness, and learning to remember all the good times when they’re buddy Mitch fades away. To bring forth his legacy, they construct a public memorial to honor the legend that was. So come on down and romanticize the fun an ole friend brings. It’s just like you remember, only black and white.

Pizza Boyz created, written, and drawn by Spencer Scott Holmes – 2018

www.OldManOrange.com

Pizza Boyz Issue 4: Home Made Gung Fu Flicks

The story for anyone whose ever tried to put a video or film together with their friends. You know how it starts out with high hopes and expectations and the farther you go down the rabbit hole, the dream starts to look altered. Technical issues, prop misplacements and your friends attention span weaning. Hopefully it all gets finished but it could all come crashing down in a burning wreck too.

Well in this issue of Pizza Boyz, the gang is on a prophecy from Odin to go out and create a new movie. Gather the pals and make a good ole gung fu flick, cause for some reason, it always seems to be the choice. So it starts with more joy than you can shake a stick at and then comes roller coasting down hill fast. But that’s where the laughs get made and even fun times are had when it doesn’t go the way anyone intended.

So come on by and take a trip down memory lane with the ole gang, its just like you remember, only black and white.

Created By Spencer Scott Holmes
Old Man Orange 2017
www.OldManOrange.com

Pizza Boyz Issue 3 – Pool Boyz

The boyz become lifeguards for a season to make some money, while having good times. Everyone’s been to that point in life, where your life project just isn’t cutting it at the moment and now you’re strapped for cash. When the podcast ads are minimal and YouTube is being a slow payout. Might be time for another option. Just for the moment. So you look to what’s local and take the job that sounds the best out of a whole stack of bad.

The boyz discover the little world of lifeguarding, where one might expect an environment like Baywatch or that Sam Elliott flick but find a place full of punk children, trailer trash parents and mix personality co-workers. With the Guardians of Life lead by their Pizza friend, Audrey. You never know what might happen.

So come on by, join the fun and remember those summer daze of making cash and hanging out with the whole gang. It’s just like you remember, only black and white.

Pizza Boyz Issue 3- Created, Written and Drawn by Spencer Scott Holmes

Check out more of his work at www.OldManOrange.com

Pizza Boyz Issue 2: Podcasts and Lifts

Ever wanted to read a comic that had the thrills of a workout, with the laughs of a podcast and the nostalgia of an Nintendo 64?.. Probably never crossed your mind till now. Well in Pizza Boyz Issue 2, the sit-com styled comic continues into the fray of the unknown. Venturing passed those people at the gym you always try to avoid, to how Mario Kart effects relationships and the dangerous world of free trial gaming. So come on by and have a laugh with the gang. It’s just like you remember. Only black and white.

Pizza Boyz Issue 2- Created, Written and Drawn by Spencer Scott Holmes

Check out more of his work at www.OldManOrange.com

Pizza Boyz – Issue 1

When pizza is the driving force of your life, there’s Pizza Boyz. When video games become a way of existence, there’s Pizza Boyz. When you need a grand laugh after a hard days night, there’s Pizza Boyz. When its date night and Mario Kart is the right choice, there’s Pizza Boyz. When your favorite flicks always involve dinosaurs, there’s Pizza Boyz.

You get the drill. Fun times to be had from the creator of internet favorites such as Walabie The Rabbit, Drunk Batman and Robin The Animated Series and Old Man Orange Podcast. Watch him fall shamelessly into a new medium with his funny books.

So come on by and have a laugh with the gang in a sit com adventure, told in comic book form about living life, playing games, having laughs, and enjoying some good ole fashioned Pizza.

Created, Written and Illustrated By Spencer Scott Holmes
Old Man Orange 2016

RAGS #5

Regina remembers a time when things weren’t so bad.
Operator and Randi come to fisticuffs.
Kylie steps in and asserts herself as the alpha female.
Special thanks to Mad Mori’s Pizza for Sponsorship

The Epic Misadventures of Deathbag: Holier Than Thou Edition

Ever get upset when someone cuts you off in traffic, waiting in very long lines, or when people talk during a movie? Well, the pizza loving, heavy metal listening reaper by the name of Deathbag, feels your pain. Join him in his epic misadventures of going to comic con, beerfest, the movies, and much more in this collection. The Epic Misadventures of Deathbag: Holier Than Thou Edition collects issues 1-4, cover gallery, pin up gallery, and more.

The Amazing Adventure of Superior Sam #5

Issue 5

“The Arcade Escapade”
Superior Sam wants to meet someone like him, enter Freddie! Together Sam and Freddie head to the arcade for a fun day of video games and pizza, but will Brad and the rest of Bad Boys Club spoil their day?

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Episode #33 | How to Love Everything Forever with Spencer Scott Holmes

Wanna learn how to do a million things at once? Wanna fall in love with your craft every single day? Wanna learn how find the good in every practice? Wanna learn how to never have a bad day? Look no further than the B-12 sunshine rocketship that is Spencer Scott Holmes, the man who does everything.

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Like many kings and queens of nerd life, Spencer’s love of creativity began in an introductory class to audio/video work way back in elementary school. Spencer also fell in love with music and began playing in bands in high school. His love of film never waned, and he eventually turned all that love into a passion for scriptwriting, filmmaking, animation and even podcasting. Take all that creativity, add an unparalleled zest for life and an unstoppable, infectious nerd joy and you’ve got the creative genesis genius machine kind enough to do this episode of Adventures in Interviewing with us. He manages to work out, eat pizza and enjoy retro gaming in his “spare time”- as if he had any. He’s managed to write 4 issues of his debut comic Pizza Boyz in a year, he works out as a hobby, and somehow manages to maintain an awesome relationship at the same time. What’s your excuse? Yeah, I thought so….

Spencer and I had a tremendous conversation regarding the nature of complaining. More importantly, we talked about why complaining is a bunch of BS. All the technology, all the information, all the connective possibility, and yet many creatives are still unhappy. They find ways to make excuses instead of progress. For Spencer, that just doesn’t compute. He does odd jobs to get buy while focusing on the projects that give him meaning. As long as he manages to exercise in the morning, he’s able to devote the majority of his energy towards the projects that he values most- mainly creating comics. He talks about the difference between a hobby, a job and career and the importance of that divide. Make no mistake, if you wanna learn how to multitask without being overwhelmed; If you wanna learn how to focus, and refocus multiple times a day; If you wanna redefine your life around not what you make, but rather, how you make it then put your nerd boots on. This dude is gonna kick your creative juice into a brand new atmosphere.


Don’t forget to check out the links below for information on Spencer Scott Holmes

Creative Website: www.oldmanorgange.com

Twitter: @SpencerSHolmes







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Daddy’s Issues – Chapter 1: Hit by a Bomb

 

Welcome to a new blog series from Indie comic creator, Johnny Craft.  Come along chapter by chapter as this comic book writer explores the journey of expecting his first child and all the emotions and creative challenges that come along with it. 


Daddy’s Issues – Chapter 1: Hit by a Bomb

It was Friday, January 5th. I was at work, sorting out my own plans for the evening, in my head. I knew I was going to be on my own that night, so I needed to do something to keep my brain busy. I could continue working on my comic book script for “SuperLove”, maybe trim down the stack of “to-read” comics that have been piling up for months, watch “Punisher” on Netflix finally, or maybe just actually get around to playing the X-Box One that I bought months ago. Either way, none of my potential plans included… THIS.

Jovelyn sent me a text at work, around 1 pm. I knew she had other things to do for the night, so I actually anticipated NOT seeing my lovely girlfriend until Sunday. The text exchange was as follows:

Jovelyn: “I lied. I do want to see you tonight. If that’s okay. If you have plans then that’s okay! :)”
Me: “I would love to see you tonight. It’s more than okay. :)”
Jovelyn: “It’s been pretty fucked up today.”
Me: “I can’t wait to hear all about it.”

I wasn’t sure what to expect. I just assumed I was going to hear a really entertaining “Can you believe this mother fucker at work?” story. I certainly didn’t expect… THIS.

I took off work early and got home a few hours before Jovelyn got off of work. Had I known the subject of the conversation we were about to have, I probably would have avoided smoking a blunt that I filled with so much weed, it looked like Swamp Thing fucked a cinnamon stick.

She let herself in, as I was in the kitchen making coffee. My apartment layout is such, that I was able to just pivot my body and greet her as she walked into my front door. She looked scared.
“Hey, gorgeous,” I said. “Is everything okay?”

I could tell she was freaking out, with an almost-panic-attack tone in her voice. We walked into the living room together, where Jovelyn dropped to her knees, directly in front of my couch. She looked up at me with her big, beautiful, eyes and I could sense the concern in them. Sadly, (or maybe not “sadly”) the first thing I noticed was how amazing she looked and how much Jovelyn Jade lights up my heart whenever I look at her. She was in a sort of “Slave Leia” position on the floor, looking totally stunning.

“Sooooo….” She said, snapping me out of my love-trance.

As I started to crouch, to meet Jovelyn on the floor, she reached back into her purse to pull out a white plastic shopping bag. “I’m pretty sure this means that I am,” she said.

The white plastic shopping bag was turned over, and spilling at my feet, right in the middle of my living room… was a bagful of positive pregnancy tests. (More on the relationship between Jovelyn and I, in a later chapter.)

The point is, I was just informed that I had put a child inside of the one woman in my life who has always been there for me, always made a point to make me happy, and fuel my confidence as a worthwhile human being. I knew I had to stay strong for her, find the perfect thing to say, and help make this situation easier to digest for her. So, naturally, me being the supremely strong and ever-confident manliest of men that I am… I froze like a bitch.

“Okay…. Uh…. Okay…. Okay. This…. Um… Okay,” probably stumbled it’s way out of my mouth for a solid minute and a half.

Usually, I’m not such a (in the words of Joe Pesci) stutterin’, mutterin’, prick. Even when I just inhaled a healthy dose of smoke from Swamp Thing’s dick, I can still keep my thoughts composed, rationally. It took me a bit to gain my composure and I finally turned to Jovelyn, looked her directly in her concerned eyes and told her honestly… “I don’t know what to say”.

I felt like a total asshole for those few seconds. Literally, like a complete waste of human life. Here I am, enduring the most pivotal moment in any person’s life, with the woman of my dreams looking to me for answers… and I had none. I couldn’t even form words, how could I raise a child?



“Just be completely honest with me,” Jovelyn said.

It took, maybe, two more seconds of silence and self-loathing, but her question snapped me out of it in a big way. I didn’t even need to think anymore. I looked at her with confidence and clarity and told her for the very first time in all the 17 years that I’ve known Jovelyn Jade Ross- “I love you. I know that. I have known that, and there is no doubt in my mind.”

I wasn’t nervous or questioning anything coming out of my mouth. I was giving her the 100% honesty that she wanted, and it felt amazing to finally say it.

“No one understands me like you, and I’ve never understood anyone like I understand you. You are the greatest person I have ever met in my life, and if the decision were up to me… I would certainly want you to keep it. I wouldn’t want to go through this with anyone, other than you, and if anyone can pull this off it’s going to be us. I love you, Jovelyn Jade. I won’t screw this up.”

She took a deep breath. Smiled. Still looked scared shitless, in her amazing eyes. Still stunning.
“I love you, too,” she said. “I definitely love you. I am really glad you said that because I feel the same way. I want to go on this adventure with you.”

It seemed like we got over the first wave of radiation from the Pregnancy Nuke that was just dropped on us. We kissed, cuddled, cried, talked, and joked for another several minutes. I could still tell something was bothering the love of my life, though. I had a feeling I knew what it was, too.

“You know,” I said. “We both know a lot of really dumb mother fuckers that have kids. Look at all the stupid people in Wal-Mart that have like five of them, and those kids survive! Some of them turn out to be really successful in life, despite being raised by complete fucking idiots. If those morons can raise multiple children, we can surely handle one, right?”

She smiled and I continued.

“I’m willing to take every step with you. It’s not going to be easy, but I’m not going to be like some Seth Rogan in Knocked Up kind of character. I know my life is going to change and I know you’re going to deal with a lot of stuff that I won’t be able to understand, but I’m going to learn and I’m going to do everything I can to be there for you in every possible way. You tell me what you need, or what I need to do, and I will do it. You are not alone in this, at all. I’m here and I’m not going anywhere.”

I heard a sigh of relief.

“I am so glad you’re not a fucking idiot,” she said, happily. “You are saying all the right things, and thank you for that. You’re making me feel so much better.”
“I’m just doing what you told me to do,” I said. “I’m being honest with you. I’m not saying what I think is the right thing to say. I’m saying what I want to say and telling you how I feel. This is going to be great for us.”
She told me I would be a great father. I congratulated her and told her she would be a great mother. We are going to be incredible parents.

Jovelyn looked into my eyes, lovingly, smiling her amazing smile, and put the most “Jovelyn” cap on our positive-pregnancy-test drama.

“Now, order us a pizza, Daddy. I’m eating for two, now.”


By Johnny Craft

 





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RANDOM ENCOUNTER COMICS

random encounter comics

Oh ho ho! Do we have a treat for all you Comicbook lovin’ good people. We managed to corner the gents from Random Encounter Comics and shake them until all their secrets fell out.

These guys are making some shockingly great stories, with some of the most unique art pages we’ve seen.. well.. anywhere! This is what indie comics are all about.

So if you are into making comics and are looking to pick up some tips, dig a behind the scenes peek into creativity or just have major crushes on Adam and Colin… get ready to have all your dreams come true.  We love these guys! Let’s get going!




Hey guys! First of all, could tell our readers a little bit about your book, yourselves and your company?

REC: Folklore is a post apocalyptic horror story set in a world where earth’s mightiest heroes have been warped and twisted into hungry predators. It’s the only series handled

Adam handles the writing and social media, Colin the illustration, and together they try not to be absolutely obnoxious while trying to excitedly show off their work. It’s a two man show and our first foray into the comic industry. They’re so new, they’re not even sure when it’s ok to talk in third person during an interview!

On ComixCentral we showcase our work under Folklore Comics, but our official studio name is Random Encounter Comics!

What kind of comics do you create?

REC: Right now we’re focused 100% telling Folklore’s story from start to finish. Although Folklore’s background is rooted in action-oriented superhero culture the core of our stories lay in exploring the nature of horror — whether it be through terrifying abominations or a more psychological kind of fear.

We want you to grow attached to the people and places you meet in our world, but maybe expect to lose a little something along the way.

When did you start working on Folklore?

REC: Folklore has been a personal project of ours for quite a while now, but we’ve only just begun to share it publically for the past year. Using our spare time between work and other professional projects we came up an initial concept and very rough storyboard. It took a while for us to finalize things like character design and comic layout, but the time spent working on it all really gave us the time to see how expansive the comic world really is.

Where did the idea for Folklore come from and what made you take the plunge into creating it?

REC: The original recommendation to start a comic was inspired by a mutual friend, who recommended we pool our talents to create something memorable! Our friend was British, so he recommended a time travel plot. We decided to go in a very different direction.

In a lot of ways Folklore is a collection of personal fears as much as it is a reflection of the way society builds history and legends over time.

Everybody gets discouraged wants to quit sometimes. How do you guys keep the motivation going?

Adam: What’s great about what we do is that our work is broken down in half, so there’s a lot of motivation between the two of us to make sure we’re both keeping Folklore up to par with our expectations. Not only that, we have an incredible group of readers. I don’t think we ever expected to receive the support we did on Patreon.

Colin: I think we’re both so absolutely excited about getting Folklore out there that when we do feel burnt out or throwing in the towel, we remind each other to keep on going. That kind of encouragement is a great form of motivation, as is support from our Patrons and supporters. It’s a pretty incredible feeling when we come across reviews of our work or when readers express their enjoyment.

Is there any advice you wish someone had given you when you were first starting out?

Adam: Plan ahead, and try to set realistic goals. We’ve overestimated the workload Colin could handle illustrating in the past, and it just adds a lot of unnecessary pressure. Take your time.

Colin: Agreed, the bulk of the work really comes from planning out each issue and we’ve learned it the hard way.

A solid plan can actually speed up the rest of the illustrating work.

Folklore is obviously a very unique and creative story. Where do you get your ideas from?

Colin: Plenty of films and stories, there’s such a rich library out there to be inspired from. I have my favourites like Star Wars and The Witcher novels, Mike Mignola’s work and Akira Kurosawa, as well as drawing from my own personal experiences.

Adam: Anywhere and everywhere. I wish I could say there was a single medium that inspired me, but I jump around a lot. Any good story that focuses on character growth and world building is bound to grab and hold my attention. It just makes me want to create.

What’s the one thing (tool, process, etc) that you absolutely could not live without during the creative process?

Colin: Thumbnailing. Definitely Thumbnailing. There’s nothing harder than jumping straight into a page and just winging it. Working from thumbnails allows me to lay out any ideas we have and to direct the flow of our art and writing.

Who is your favorite writer, illustrator, actor.. Etc. And what do you think you’ve learned from this person.

Adam: It’s hard to say who my favorite writer is, but when it comes to comics I think it was Matt Fraction and David Aja’s run on Hawkeye that really showed me how incredible comics could be. I always try to keep in mind their creative paneling when trying to highlight action. Their humor goes a long way in bringing humanity to each character. Plus, Pizza dog.

Colin: They did a bloody awesome job on Hawkeye and I love the way they treated the visuals and panel work. As for me I’m a big fan of Scott Snyder’s writing for Court of Owls, and Greg Capullo’s art really brings the thrill and mystery of Batman to life. Mike Mignola is up there as well. His use of negative space to direct the flow of his story is a fantastic study.

Are there any funny or interesting tid-bits you could share from your experience working together making comics?

Adam: I guess there was the time I thought we were really cool and progressive for having an elderly woman as a badass sniper. Then Overwatch’s Ana came out.

Colin: I’m still bitter about that, but was just as excited when I saw the reveal.

Adam: It was like a mix of ‘Yes I’m so excited for this character’ and ‘I hope no one thinks we’re copying this hype’. I’ve seen this kind of thing happen to plenty of other artists and storytellers before, so we can’t really feel too bad about it. Them’s the breaks!

What is your ultimate goal in comics?

Adam: I love entertaining others. Growing up I’ve always found myself sucked into stories, whether it be from a book, comic, RPG, or just a really exciting board game.

I’d love to always be in a position where I can help relieve stress through the worlds I help bring to life.

It would be incredible to be well known for creating those kind of immersive experiences. Comics are just one way to do that, and I’ll be writing for as long as there’s someone out there who enjoys my work.

Colin: A part of it is quite practical, I find comics to be a good form of practice for my art. Ultimately though, I think it’s the collective enjoyment of sharing stories. At first the work was quite overwhelming for me, but when readers started feeding back to us how invested they’d had become in these characters’ tales and how much enjoyment they receive. I felt all that work was worth the effort.

If you had a dollar for every comic you have started but not yet finished.. How many dollars would you have?

Adam: Comics, 0. Books? At least 4. I get to live out most of my ideas in my weekly D&D sessions, but some narratives just require a little less interaction from my audience.

Colin: Maybe about three. Usually I axe a lot of ideas before I even get started, haha. I’m definitely going to try to make another two bucks in the next year!

Any parting words for the people out there gentlemen? And how can people find what you’re up to?

Adam: I don’t think we have anything more to add, but we do want everyone to know how exciting it’s been to be a part of this growing community. Not just on ComixCentral, but in terms of indie comics in general. Everyone has been the best. There’s so much creativity out there, and everyone we’ve encountered and have spoken with has been so positive and energetic about their work. It’s been an incredible experience, and we’re so glad we can contribute to the positivity.

If you like the work we do on Folklore then you may want to check out our website, which has a lot of extra background information on our cast of characters, plus a short story we wrote for our fans on Halloween. All of our work is also available for free on Tapastic and Webtoons, but it’s your support that lets us continue to work on Folklore. Every purchase on ComixCentral helps our ongoing development, but if you’re interested in supporting us for a bunch of cool perks we recommend that you check out our Patreon!

In addition to regular weekly updates we have a lot of cool behind-the-scenes details, like WIP pages, monthly raffles, and the opportunity to appear in Folklore as a minor character! (Please note: We reserve all rights to terribly maim or dismember your avatar at our discretion.)

You can find all the cool details at patreon.com/Folklore, or just bug us via tweets anytime you’d like. [links below]


And with that, our time here is over, and we’re not embarrassed to say we’re a little choked up about it. We’ll have to do this again!

We want to thank the boys from Random Encounter Comics for taking the time to answer our questions and letting us dig a big fork into how things get done in their amazing world. I learnt some new things today and LOL’d more than once!

If you’d like to learn more about Random Encounter Comics, buy their books or connect with Adam and Colin, the links to do all that are below.

Now go make some comics!


Connect with Adam, Colin and Random Encounter Comics!

FolkloreComic.com

twitter: @FolkloreComic

twitter: @34thGingerbread (writer)

twitter: @unartifex (illustrator)

comixcentral : Random Encounter Comics

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