It took me a long time to get the first three issues of Locus collected in one book--a lot longer than I'd planned. But it's finally done! And it's an impressive book, if I do say so myself.
TPB01 collects the first three issues, all 12 pages of bonus artwork (which are available in the individual issues), 16 pages of the original Locus comic (which was online briefly in 2001), three all-new covers, and one future cover you've never seen before (because I needed something for the back cover). It's 104 pages and a quarter-inch thick!
Even better: you can order it online yourself (by visiting this site) or you can get it from your friendly local comic shop (by giving this link to your comic shop owner). I make a little more on the "order it online yourself" version, but feel free to grab it any way you like!
I'll have news on the second trade paperback in a month or two.
Monday, January 4, 2010
Finally! Issue Six is now available in print form. Grab your copy here.
I'm also working furiously to get caught up on private commissions and free comics for those who are kind enough to donate. You can read about this free comic deal here.
Finally, I created one of those movie-style trailers for Locus. It took me about a half hour, so it's nothing too special. Just me learning the ropes. I'll be making a better one as time permits. You can see my very first comic trailer on YouTube.
My very special thanks to Cockpit for the use of their song, "Shot in Hell". I'm told that the cowbell used in that song is the very same one used by Tommy Lee when Motley Crue recorded Shout At The Devil. I have no reason to disbelieve this, so click that YouTube link (and that Cockpit link) and bask in the rock & roll history!