I hate to continually point out the obvious (or do I??) but the Explorers of the Unknown comic launched two days ago and I'll be posting the fourth page later this evening. You can check out the gallery above for the story so far, but it's important to note that the new pages are posted to the EotU blog linked in the navbar up top.
I'm going to be talking about some of these points later on youtube, but I wonder if I'm starting to cultivate unique audiences for each venue ... probably not, but it's a fun thought. I think some of you may be more quick to check the website than youtube, and vice versa, as the case may be.
Anyway, I first want to extend my most gracious thanks to both Denitson and the Spazatron (and everyone else, for that matter!) who consistently read and commented on the first chapter of Peter & the Dark Wolf. Truth be told, I've been sitting on P&tDW for quite some time and had long thought about posting it in bits and pieces on the website (well, actually, on YouTube, simply with me reading it ... that's actually why the chapter is divided the way it is). Of course, I will continue posting the story, but right now I want to take a quick break from Peter's inner monologue to focus on some other things.
You know, like Explorers of the Unknown.
I suspect that once I settle down into the Monday-Wednesday-Friday schedule for the comic, it'll be easier to manager, but right now with posting the comic daily, I'm rushing to put the finishing touches on the pages. A print copy is not yet available, but it absolutely is still in the cards ... I just need more time to work on it.
Wristbands are going out SOON. I just finished stuffing the envelopes and basically just need to haul them to the post office for stamps. It's kinda crazy how international my following is.
I love you guys :)
You know, the response for the wristbands have been so positive (and a little overwhelming;) that I've been carefully considering ways to give away the rest of my supply. While I do hope to restart some more interactive challenges on youtube (which probably are the ideal venue for awarding the wristbands) I've decided that the best way to giveaway the rest of the Krumbination/Stay Creative wristbands is this:
Buy a book or a t-shirt or anything else from my available merchandise and if you send me a copy of the confirmation email, I'll send you a wristband.
Oh, and I HIGHLY recommend the Explorers of the Unknown:Vampires! novel. And the Zombies Are People, Too t-shirt.
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