Underhanded.. and fast

Patreon by the Numbers

January was a stand-out month for my Patreon backers. I posted 32 exclusive posts — continuing my 16-month streak of posting at least one exclusive post for every day in the month. I've already built an archive of more than 1,000 exclusive posts since I started — and those are available to new backers the moment they pledge. Nearly half of these fall under the NSFW flag. That's a lot of content for my Patreon backers. Here’s what my backers got last month... 9 — SFW sketches / Artist Edition illos 6 — (NSFW) Commission 5 — (NSFW) Sketch posts 3 — (NSFW) Evil Inc After Dark pages 3 — Evil Inc previews 2 — Evil Inc (full-page version) 1 — (NSFW) Monthly reward package 1 — (NSFW) Desktop wallpaper / mobile background package 1 — Desktop wallpaper / mobile background package 1 — (NSFW) eBook Sound good? You get instant access to 500+ exclusive NSFW posts the moment you join us on Patreon.

Patreon by the numbers

Here’s a roundup of what my Patreon backers have gotten over the previous months. Click each month to get a thorough breakdown of the posts uploaded during that time...
I'm super proud to announce that I've posted an average of one exclusive Patreon post a day for the last 16 months in a row. The graph above says it all.

Evil Inc After Dark

This is a wonderful time to join us on Patreon. I just launched two brand new Evil Inc After Dark storylines. In the first one, a mysterious monster hunter makes her first appearance... ...And in the second one, Lightning Lady and Miss Match stumble upon a villain who had been working in secret in the bowels of the Fairmount City Business Park... ...And that's along with weekly updates of Courting Disaster Uncensored and NSFW Commissions — and much, much more.

Surviving Creativity

In the latest Surviving Creativity, Brad and Scott have both stopped using or reduced their use of Twitter over the last few weeks. They're meeting up to discuss their experiences while Cory gets riled up about it... enjoy? It's our very first Bonus Episode! These episodes contain topics we'd discussed during our recording sessions that weren't quite long enough to form their own episode but that we felt were still an interesting listen. Normally our Bonus Episodes will only be released to our Patrons, so if you'd like to hear more of these mini-convos consider becoming a Patron! Not only will you be supporting the show but you'll also be getting access to Bonus and Outtake episodes, and a host of additional content!


ComicLab co-hosts Dave Kellett and Brad Guigar welcome special guest Jake Parker — creator of Inktober and stand-out cartoonist/children's book illustrator — to talk shop. They discuss their deepest, darkest fears for their careers. And then they tackle how to recover from the completion of a monumental project. Jake shares his experiences from a recent Kickstarter, and they discuss the pros and cons of taking a creator-owned title to a publisher. If you like ComicLab, consider becoming a Patreon backer, where you'll get member-exclusive Pro Tip episodes and more!