There’s lots of great stuff on tap at the Evil Inc Patreon page! More Evil Inc After Dark — a NSFW full-page comic series based in the Evil Inc universe. Plus NSFW commissions, uncensored Courting Disaster, and much more! Cruelly cropped above is a panel from the next EiAD — scheduled to post tomorrow. It’s the exclusive continuation of the storyline that started here:
Best of all, you have access to nearly 600 exclusive posts — almost half of which are NSFW. And, using the new content tags, you can quickly filter that content down to just the stuff you want right now. Get your access to this treasure-trove of fun now!
Meanwhile, Patreon has been sending me some end-of-the-year stats. And this one has me absolutely gobsmacked.
The 1978 Marvel Comics calendar
There’s lots of reasons to bookmark Mark Anderson’s Andertoons site (Twitter | Facebook). As a cartoonist, he’s as wickedly funny as he is prolific. (Case in point.) But there’s also stuff like this. He figured out that the days in 1978 line up perfectly with 2017. And he uploaded hi-res scans of a delightful 1978 Spider-Man calendar. Just go to his blog, download the images, print them out, and enjoy a year full of Marvel merriment.
In case you haven’t noticed, Evil Inc colorist Alex Heberling (Twitter | Facebook) has been knocking it out of the park since signing on with my evil empire two years ago. And if you’re a Patreon backer, you have even more examples of her prowess. If you’re gonna be in the Columbus, Ohio, region this weekend, head out to Ohayocon (Jan 13-15) and tell her how awesome she is.
While you’re at it, pick up the latest print collection from her own title, Hues. It’s about a group of teenage magical girls who discover their powers just a little too late– the Big Bad is already here and they have only a rudimentary grasp of their abilities and what they’re supposed to be doing. It all hinges on hints and clues regarding the mysterious Jouchi, who may have the answers they seek about how to reclaim their home from the aliens.
Not gonna be anywhere near Columbus, Ohio? No problem, you can get your copies of her book right here — plus prints, eBooks, buttons… the whole enchilada.