Noah Van Sciver and O'Shell's new comics: up on Etsy!
Read 'em and weep, comic book readers. Read em' and weep, and then buy five extra copies for when your tears smudge the pages of your original copy.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about publishing with us, purchasing back issues, submitting for future issues, etc.
HIVE FIVE is almost ready! Sneak preview to come soon. Cover by Megan Frauenhoffer is going to be earth-shattering.
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Mark and I missed our train to Minneapolis last month for MIX (long story [actually, short story: we left too late for the station]), so we ended up renting a car and driving the entire way. There's a lot of America between St. Louis and Minneapolis: about nine hours of cornfields, six hours during which the only song on the radio is "Take It Off" by Ke$ha, and three hours during which the only food you can purchase is cheese curds. There's also Iowa's Biggest Frying Pan.
Once we got there, though, it was a Small Comics Press Temporary Editor's dream: we met several Grimalkin favorites (including aforementioned Noah Van Sciver and Dave O'Shell, Sam Sharpe, and Reynold Kissling), networked with potential Grimalkin favorites, and got little pieces of our souls stolen by the local metromix page.
Mark showed me the ways of the big city, including how to use an ATM and how to order room service. I paid big money for a tiny gin and tonic.