This is the perfect time to join us on Patreon
This is the best week to pledge to my Patreon page. Why? Because you’ll get a bunch of rewards without waiting all month for them! You’ll get yours at the beginning of next week!
So, here’s the deal. I post new content in my Patreon feed all through the month. And you have access to that as soon as you pledge. But it’s one looooong scrolling list. There’s no categories or tags — there’s no way to, for example, view only the NSFW commissions or only the Evil Inc After Dark comics on the Patreon page.
(Don’t worry. I know for a fact they’re working on that.)
I send my backers links to entire folders full of the NSFW content — broken down by category — as soon as the payments are processed in the first couple days of each month. One folder has all of the Evil Inc After Dark pages, in order. Another folder has all of the NSFW commissions. Another has all of the Courting Disaster comics, and so forth.
It’s a snazzy reading experience, and it’s a great way to view only the material you’re in the mood for.
If you pledge before the end of the month, however, you’re not going to have to wait long at all to get access to these categorized folders of NSFW goodness! I’ll be distributing those as soon as the payments are processed.
And in those few days in between, you can still access all of the exclusive content by scrolling.
There’s a lot to see — over a year’s worth of NSFW comics, cartoons, illustrations and illustrated stories!
Later this week, I’ll be posting the next installment of Evil Inc After Dark. This one features the sidekicks on a caped crusade to get lucky on a slow crime night. Last week, I posted Chapter Five in my NSFW Minotaur story — complete with an equally spicy illustration (cruelly cropped above) — and the conclusion to the Evil Inc After Dark series focusing on Captain Scarr and the Space Pirates.
What I’m watching: Mel Brooks: Make a Noise (Netflix)
Netflix is chock full of great inspiration right now. My latest was an American Masters documentary on Mel Brooks. Brooks has always been a creative touchstone for me. His approach to humor is a constant reminder of the power of silliness. This documentary charts his deep, deep history — with plenty of insight from colleagues and friends.