Exciting announcement! I'll be at Rose City Comic Con in Portland, Oregon, September 19-20, 2015. Find me in Artist Alley at table S11. Just look for the giant Murder Ball (Pallas's Cat) that is giving everyone the murder stare. :)
Wait, but don't you already have a Patreon page that I may or may not already be supporting?
First, thank you so much those of you who are already my Patreon. Yes, I do have my own Patreon page (which is supporting things like Over-Encumbered among other personal projects). The reason Cthulhu Slippers is a separate Patreon is because it's not 100% my project. Andrew Jack (the author and creator of Cthulhu Slippers) hired me to do the art for the comic and he pays me for this service. Also, while there is some overlap between my fans and Cthulhu Slippers fans, Cthulhu Slippers has a MUCH larger following. Finally, and most important, since I'm working for Andrew we wanted a way for Cthulhu Slippers to become self sufficient (or at least more so than it was). Andrew should get some love too. :)
Sounds fair. But what if I want to support both of you? Would you be offended if I rearranged my pledge to give some to Cthulhu Slippers?
No, not at all. Any support is awesome.
If you are curious what goals and incentives Cthulhu Slippers is offering, all that is outlined on its Patreon page.
So.... it's been *eyes calender* oh geez, a month since I did one of these. Y'all follow my comics on their own, right? RIGHT? Does anyone find value in these updates or should I just let the comics do their own thing without this aggregation?
At any rate, here are the last month worth of comics. Enjoy and thanks for reading!
|Over at Cthulhu Slippers, incompetence is put to the ultimate test.|
|Nyar tries again at being covert.|
|Something about never looking a gift squid in the mouth.|
|Do you really need to print that. Really?|
|Over at Over-Encumbered we learn about housecleaning.|
|In which Yukon gets a little too frisky with the help.|
|The great fire orb claims another victim.|
|In which there is some trouble with the neighbor's summoning.|
|Rodent control can be a tricky business.|