During last year’s 24 Hour Comic Day challenge, I created a silly comic book about yo-yos called “Believe it or Knot”. I’ve been yearning to make a book like this for years and I think it turned out awesome. You can download it for just $3 here, or you can get it for free when you support me on Patreon.
The book was created almost entirely on my iPad using Procreate and an Apple Pencil. The only non-ipad stuff was the fonts I added in photoshop. I sure wish Procreate supported fonts.
It’s time once again for our annual 24 Hour Comic Book Day challenge. We’ll be doing our challenge at Mission Comics & Art from 11am tomorrow to 11am the following day. I created some 24hcd bingo cards last year, that I wanted to share for anyone to use. You can download them here (or here) and print them yourself.
For anyone interested, I’m also running a weekend long sale on some of my previous 24 Hour Comics on DoctorPopular.com.
The Mini-Comics Mixtape is a my new collection of teeny-tiny little comics. These comics were all written AND drawn entirely during last year’s 24 Hour Comic Day challenge, and I think they turned out pretty rad. The comics were then printed in two-colors by Perfectly Acceptable Press in Chicago on a Risograph printer, then cut and folded by me. Actually, I cut and folded 2,100 comics in total, which is INSANE! So each bag of Mini-Comics Mixtape is filled with my blood, sweet, and creativity.
The comics are now available on Etsy or on DoctorPopular.com and I’ll be having a comic book release party at Mission Comics and Art on Sunday August 11th at 3pm. If you live in the area, you can pick up a set of comics and learn how to make your own!
Earlier this year I started work on a project called Make 100 Mini Comics. The goal was to take my 8 mini-comics that I created on 24 Hour Comic Day and make them into a set. There’s a lot of other things I wanted to do with the project too, such as printing them all in two-color Risograph ink, but the biggest challenge by far has been folding the comics. I have about 300 prints of each comic, and it takes me an hour to fold about 150, so I decided to spend most of the weekend cutting and folding these comics until I at least had 150 of each comic ready to be assembled into a set.