Thank you! Can't wait!
Great! I'm lookign forward to it. And are those your fingerprints you're using on this picture?
Thanks Scott!Yeah, there's all sorts of ink splatter/fingerprints/globs of white-out in there...
Woot! Woot! Looks fan-freaking-tastic! Are you planning on doing any signings next convention season? It's kind of a bummer Wondercon is no longer in SF...
Thanks! As of now, I don't have any 2013 convention plans as of now... I agree, it's really a shame about the Wondercon.
How about to C2E2 in chicago?
Ken, I just read all four of the planetoid comics and I have to say that they are amazing. I want to go put and get hard copies of each one (got digital ones on my ipad) because your artwork is great. Keep Up the good work. I can't wait for number five, and hopefully the many more that will follow.Ryan
Thanks! Much appreciated!
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What about issue #5 of Planetoid?
I hope to have it finished in the next week or so... and on sale sometime in Feb. Sorry for the wait!
Thanks for the answer. I was afraid it had been canceled. So it's excellent information :) Any plans regarding TPB?
This image really makes me think Image Comics is like the new Heavy Metal, there interesting and engaging sci-fi and fantasy stories can be told and the creator's vision (hopefully) remains intact. It tool me until issue 2 to get hooked and then with issues 3 and 4 I was on edge as the tension grew dramatically and I wanted to know so much more. Issue 5 left me feeling significantly let down. It didn't feel like it was meant to end so quickly. Was that the original plan or were other work offers part of the reason behind this, as I noticed you mentioned an aborted series in which the editors/publishers wanted your work to look more like Planetoid?
No, Planetoid was always planned as a 5 issue mini-series.
Thanks for the response. I look forward to rereading the series all at once to see how it feels. I don't know if the delay with issue 5 made it the conclusion feel too quick or if Silas was that engaging a character that so much more could've been done with, which would have strengthened the pathos of his sacrifice.