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An anthology of comics dealing with the theme of food & eating. Featuring over 50 indie comic artists in over 250 pages!
An anthology of comics dealing with the theme of food & eating. Featuring over 50 indie comic artists in over 250 pages!
178 backers pledged $6,952 to help bring this project to life.

Slow & Steady Wins The Race!

Alright, Digestate backers. Thank you for your patience. Some of you have probably received your copies of the book by now, and others are on their way. Some of the higher-tier rewards (with hand drawn art & such) may take a bit longer, but hopefully everyone will have their books before they officially hit retail stores.

If you have a moment, please check out our new website: www.birdcagebottombooks.com. We've added lots of new merchandise (more is being added each week) and expanded our distribution. A major shout-out to Michael Lassiter & Todd Synan for designing & implementing the new website!

And now, back to my mistress, Stamps.com. 

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    1. Jordan Phegley on October 20, 2012

      Checking my mailbox hourly for my copy :)

    2. ozzy ozwalled on October 19, 2012

      Awesome -- thanks for the prompt update. :D Lookin' forward to the day it arrives.

      I've been to a lot of comic shops in North America over the years, and Strange Adventures still remains amongst the best, imo, and as far as I know, they've supported a good number of great Kickstarter comics projects, so I'm not the least bit surprised that they pitched in on this one as well. It's always cool to see books like this one on their shelves in this new realm of crowdfunded comics.

    3. J.T. Yost 3-time creator on October 19, 2012

      Hey guys, both of your books have been shipped, so keep an eye out!

      P.S. Strange Adventures ordered theirs on Kickstarter as well, so that's why they have copies (the book doesn't officially ship to retailers until November).

    4. ozzy ozwalled on October 19, 2012

      Same. No book has arrived yet for me (I'm in a small town in Canada, mind you). :S Hopefully it'll arrive soon.

      I WAS pretty pleased to see a copy at Strange Adventures in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada just yesterday though, so that was neat anyway. :)

    5. Michael Farah on October 15, 2012

      Haven't received the book yet. When should I start to worry?