Hungry? Have a fresh new collection for 2018! Click here to order Small Blue Yonder: Hungry? You can also buy it at any one of those upcoming events where I’ll be exhibiting:
April 28 Boston Kids Comics Fest (Jamaica Plain, MA)
May 5 Somerville Library Con (Somerville, MA)
May 19 HKCFest (Haverford, PA)
May 26 Litchfield County Zine Fest (Kent, CT)
June 2 MeCAF (Portland, ME)
June 10 KidsCon (Nashua, NH)
July 14 Electric City Comic Con (Schenectady, NY)
I’m looking forward to all of these dates, hope to see you there as well!
Did you know that Small Blue Yonder turned five years old? I can’t believe it either. Time flies, and all that. With that in mind, what the heck, here I am once again posting a photo of the stack of every SBY comic to date.
It hasn’t toppled yet! (Only a matter of time before I absent-mindedly knock it over.) That’s 1,390 comics and counting, dang! I love drawing SBY comics and will continue to do so but with five years under my belt I may have to shake things up and do some other things. I’m working on a short story for a comics anthology, want to do a long form book as well. So I may not post as regularly as I have been. Don’t worry though, I’m not going away!
Stay tuned for more updates. I’m compiling another collection; that book, my fifth, will be out in a month or so. And I’m scheduled to appear at a bunch of comic festivals this spring and summer, really looking forward to those.
Thanks, everyone, for reading!
It’s not too late to order a Small Blue Yonder book (or two, or three, or four) for a loved one this holiday season! Or, if it is in fact too late, if you’re reading this in January, you can still pick up a book or two.
Want the first book, Black And White Comics From The Early Days? You can order it here. Or the second book, Colorful Days? Here’s where you can order it. Or the third book, MORE? Right here. Or the fourth volume, This Book Has Nothing To Do With Snowstorms? This link will do the trick. Just so you know, it’s not required that these books be read in any order. There’s no overarching plot. Some of the same characters appear in each book but… yeah. It doesn’t matter which one you read first.
Now you know.