Out TOMORROW 2/11: Toe Tag Riot #3 and Critical Hit #4! Catch up on Toe Tag Riot as they're confronted by a party bus of dudebros and catch the end to the first arc of Critical Hit (continued story of LIBERATOR) where things get pretty dicey for Sarah and Jeanette!
My good friend Eric Palicki is kickstarting his Red Angel Dragnet graphic novel and I wanted to put in a plug for him. He's a vegan, pro-AR, and all-around good person so hopefully y'all will check out his work - I've seen the finished pages and they're GORGEOUS. Check it out HERE!
This morning THIS was announced - please check it out and spread the word.
Matt Miner’s Black Mask Studios published LIBERATOR comic series about young vigilantes taking action for abused vigilantes has been picked up as a T-shirt at Hot Topic, with 30% of profits to benefit animal rescue work.
From the backup story ‘UNLOCKING’ in the LIBERATOR volume 1 trade paperback (written by Fabian Rangel, Jr., art by Jonathan Brandon Sawyer, colors by Doug Garbark and letters by Crank!) the shirt features Jeanette, the woman lead of the series, pondering her teenage years with the caption “I learned more about life from punk and hardcore records than I ever did at school.”
Sales of the shirt can bring new readers to comics, important issues to new eyes, and crucial funding to pit bull rescue work.
The shirt is available NOW in select Hot Topic stores and online at hottopic.com. Find the LIBERATOR series of comics at your local comic shop or direct from the publisher at blackmaskstudios.com
This is your last chance to get in on the Toe Tag Riot comic series Kickstarter - lots of limited editions, original art and even appearances in the book itself are still available!
Fall Out Boy fans: This is your chance to nab one of the Andy Hurley signed variant covers before they're super expensive on eBay!
With Liberator we helped spread a message of kindness to animals to a comics fandom that is largely apathetic to the plight of nonhuman Earthlings and with Toe Tag Riot we're using a fun and silly story to spread a message of kindness to fellow humans who are sometimes not treated so kindly in the real world.