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A new series of art books by online comic artists Emmy Cicierega, Anthony Clark, Danielle Corsetto, and Aaron Diaz. Read more

Easthampton, MA Comics
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This project was successfully funded on August 6, 2012.

A new series of art books by online comic artists Emmy Cicierega, Anthony Clark, Danielle Corsetto, and Aaron Diaz.

Easthampton, MA Comics
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Fall 2012 Prints Available on the Store!

Hello!

We wanted to let everyone know we finally have all the Fall 2012 Prints up in our online store. So if there were any you missed out on you can get them now. 

We also wanted to let you know that we are trying out a new type of project with Benign Kingdom - the Midnite Monsters.

It is our first set of books outside these seasonal collections and we'd love to do a lot more of these types of projects.

Capture Creatures is inspired by Ken Sugimori's feat of designing the original 151 Pokemon in a single year. Becky Dreistadt and Frank Gibson have created 151 unique creatures, relations, and descriptors. 

 the Exquisite Beast is a series of illustrations of a monster evolving traded between Yuko and Evan. All illustrations were done with ink and inkwash. 

 Midnite Surprise V2 is a collection of material from KC Green's art blog - midnitesurprise.tumblr.com this collection features a new collection of work featuring original illustrations, comics, and more.

As always, if you're a backer and you haven't received your rewards yet, please message us so we can look into it. Thanks!

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    1. Creator carol downing on June 3, 2013

      Yeah, somehow I never got my thing either. I am really bad at email (thousands unread by now) so if there was more info I needed to give you i probably didn't. What do we do now?

      Carol Downing

    2. Creator Jennifer Rubel on June 1, 2013

      Hi, I know this seems ridiculous, but I just learned that I never received my copy of Benign Kingdom. I had put down my German address (where I've been living for two years) and nothing ever came. I thought I had put down my American address, so I never wrote before. Is there any way to check that?
      Thanks!
      Jen Rubel