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is the last day to pick up your copy of the Spirit of the Season
Free Holiday Gift Edition PDF from DriveThru RPG or directly from
the Evil Hat Productions website. Plans are underway for an expanded,
updated edition including a full-color cover and additional art
featuring new villains and Channukah related heroes. It is scheduled
for a March 2008 release.
the Most Wonderful Time Of The Year... For EVIL!
The miserly villain
Doctor Scrooge hides behind legal technicalities as he steals
from the pockets of the impoverished... explorer-gone-mad Jacques
Frost preys upon the peoples of the north with his resurrected
prehistoric murder monsters... the immortal Baroness Blackheart
quests for the Elixir of Life, threatening to destroy all foundations
of happiness for mankind...
... and it’s
up to Nick Saint—Codename: Secret Santa!—his Reindeer
Men, and you to save the holidays from their vile clutches!
Spirit of the
Season is a holiday treat from the minds of Evil Hat Productions
and Atomic Sock Monkey Press. Featuring characters and new rules
compatible with both Spirit of the Century and Truth
& Justice, Spirit of the Season is your ticket
to two-fisted holiday pulp adventure!"
Spirit of the
Season is now available! The Spirit of the Season
Free Holiday Gift Edition PDF will be available from DriveThru
RPG or directly from the Evil Hat Productions website until December
Scrooge does NOT think you should download Spirit of the Season
when we make it available -- free for a limited time -- in December!
Scrooge hates acts of giving and charity. Good thing we have you
around, friendly neighborhood Reindeer Men (and Women)!"
work on illustrations for Evil
Hat Productions'Spirit of the Century RPG holiday
themed PDF supplement Spirit of the Season. Stay tuned
for more details as the project progresses.
at the 10th
Black Age of Comics Convention, Kenwood Academy High School,
Chicago, IL. Thanks to Jamal Igle; Rod, Barbara, and Robert from
Kiss Me Comix; Joe, Jeremy, and Aminah from Strictly Underground;
Hall Boy Productions; Nino Mesarina; Ashley A. Woods; Brother
G; LaMorris Richmond; Tim Jackson; Yaounde' Olu; and the Kenwood
Academy High School's Graphic Novel Club.
Very special thanks
to "Father of the Black Age" Turtel Onli and Event Manager
Alisa Williams for their friendship, inspiration, hospitality,
and for producing such a memorable event.
Funk #1 from Onli Studios premiered today at Wizard World
Chicago and features my James
Brown pin-up as part of a tribute to the late Godfather of
Soul as well as preview pages from the as-yet unpublished Grafenveer
is reviving the seriously ill fanzine from back in da day. Future
Funk... will explore the best in the Black Age of Comics
and more. It is a 'zine for the independent, a pricing guide,
a calendar for the contemporary arts. Various independent writers,
artists, collectors, fans, students, or educators... contribute
to da funk. This fresh approach gives the reader the chance to
hear it directly from the minds of the people themselves... without
the handprint of editors or the like."
was selected to be part of the upcoming Kiss Me Comix Serenade:
Diversions pin-up book. Thanks to Rod and Barbara Jenkins and
Robert Boyd for the opportunity to be a part this compilation. For
more information visit the Kiss
Me Comix website.
Convention, Charlotte Convention Center, Charlotte, NC. Thanks
to neighbors the Carbonated Milk team, Uko Smith, and the Identity
Comics crew. Special thanks to Kyle Baker and Michael Siglain for
their words of encouragement. Extra special thanks to comics writer
Yocum. Watch out for this guy! Also contributed another marker
drawing to the HeroesCon annual Art Auction which brought in $50
for the cause. Photos coming soon.
6th Annual East Coast Black Age of Comics Convention (ECBACC),
Temple University, Philadelphia, PA. Thanks to Yumy Odom, Maurice
Waters, Omar Bilal, Prof. William H. Foster III, John Jennings,
Damian Duffy, Eric Battle, Rich Watson, Ron King and the UVC crew,
Eugene R. Young, Joseph R. Wheeler III, Masheka Wood, Kyle Baker,
Stacey Robinson and the Trimekka crew, and the ECBACC volunteers
and staff. The show gets bigger and better every year. Visit this
v2 forum post for photos and reflections on ECBACC 2007. For
more photos and information on ECBACC and the exhibitors visit this
from DaFixer's Hideout..
N. St. Pierre in Other Heroes Art Exhibition:
Other Heroes: African American comics creators, characters &
archetypes is an exhibition of comics and comics-inspired artwork
running April 4-25, at Jackson State University, Jackson, MS,
JSU Art Gallery and curated by John Jennings and Damian Duffy.
Cover artwork for
Grafenveer issues 1-3 will be part of the exhibition. The
three 18"x24" prints will be available for purchase
and include signed certificates of authenticity. Copies of Grafenveer
#2 will also be on hand for purchase, quantities are limited.
Proceeds benefit Scholarship America's Disaster Relief Fund.
The Other Heroes Art
Exhibition catalog is now available for purchase online.
All proceeds past printing costs will be donated to Scholarship
America's Disaster Relief Fund, helping low income students displaced
by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita seek post secondary educations.
Chock full of fantastic art from the show, the 178 page catalog
also features essays from an array of comics creators and scholars
by Damian Duffy w/ John Jennings
Campbell: Comics Pioneer" by R.C. Harvey
of Da Blackuns and Da Black Age of Comics" by Turtel Onli
Biography" by Nancy Goldstein
the Sisters!" by Prof. William H. Foster III
Between Here and There is Me" by Alex Simmons
Other Heroes" by John Jennings w/ Damian Duffy
Graphic Novel plans start to take shape. More details to come.
the floor at the New
York Comic-Con, Jacob Javits Center, New York, NY. Highlights
included The Black Panel NYC, Deadline Horror Stories, The 60's
Marvel Bullpen, and BET Animation. Met The Dresden Files
creator Jim Butcher and showed him the artwork for The
Dresden Files RPG (received his enthusiastic approval,
Hagglethorn which he described as "spot on"). Met
up with Yumy Odom and Maurice Waters from ECBACC
and confirmed plans to appear at their show in May. Checked in
with Buddy Scalera (the artwork for our latest project is coming
along nicely and the story will grab you). Also got to catch up
with our friends TJ and Jason May (SUMM Publications), Jim Su
(Beach Studios), and Kensuke Okabayashi (Piggyback Studios).
on a new project with Buddy Scalera. The project is still in the
development stages. More details to follow.
artwork for Grafenveer issues 1 to 3 has been accepted
as part of the Other Heroes Art Exhibition. Other Heroes: African
American comics creators, characters & archetypes is an exhibition
of comics and comics-inspired artwork running April 4-25, at Jackson
State University, Jackson, MS, JSU Art Gallery and curated by
John Jennings and Damian Duffy.
Other Heroes also
represents an effort to raise funds for the local community. All
profits from the sale of the Other Heroes catalog, soon to be
published through print-on-demand website Lulu.com, will be donated
to Scholarship America for the charity’s Disaster Relief
Fund, which provides tuition support to low income Gulf Coast
students displaced by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.