Five more amazing artists, plus more story!
Yesterday I added more stretch goals and by the end of it you'd already blown past the first one. Thank you for supporting this book, thank you for sharing it with your friends, thank you for the tweets, basically thank you for being amazing.
The $110k tier has been unlocked and the reward is: five more artists! To Be Or Not To Be will now be featuring art from these incredible artists that I super excited (and super privileged) to be working with:
- Ethan Nicolle (Axe Cop)
- Jeff Rowland Overcompensating, Wigu)
- Jon Rosenberg (Scenes From A Multiverse, Goats)
- Matthew Inman (The Oatmeal, and the man who raised over a million dollars for a Goddamn Tesla Museum)
- Sam Bosma (Turtle Soup and so many pretty pictures)
You probably find that list pretty exciting, but nobody is more excited than me. It's too late! I CALLED IT.
Back to the story! You voted approximately a billionty to one for "Dromiceiomimus is at the door" (and again, voting in rhyme or Shakespearean verse was appreciated, as were the attempted alliances being forged). Let us proceed! When we left our story, we'd just chosen Dromiceiomimus to be on the other side of that door:
Dromiceiomimus is at the door
Hamlet is at the door!
That's right, turns out simply wishing for someone to be at your room doesn't change who's actually there. You don't control reality with your THOUGHTS, Ophelia. Sheesh.
Anyway, Hamlet opens the door and steps into your room. "It's me," he says. You haven't seen each other for a while; it's so great to see him. You run up and throw your arms around him and you smooch. It's just like old times.
But the moment passes, and when you look at his face you can see concern written all over it. He's troubled by something.
Your choices are:
CHOICE CATS: Ask him what's troubling him
CHOICE DOGS: Wait for him to tell you
Here again we're intersecting with the path Shakespeare chose on his run-through, and so I am obliged to inform you he went with "Wait for him to tell you". Leave your vote in the comments below!