It’s time for an update 😀
First thank you all for supporting our work we wouldn’t be able to continue our work without your generosity.
Daphne and I have been busy these last few weeks getting out all of physical pledges for Oswald’s last Kickstarter. The final packages went out today 🙂
Also please vote for The Oswald Chronicles on Top Web Comics here: https://topwebcomics.com/vote/10871
Now the big news is that we’re launching another Kickstarter for Tall Tails the Peace Keepers a 3 part limited series that had only a limited run as a trade. We’re now offering this series, that exists in the same universe and time frame as our current Tall Tails comic, for the first time in comic format. If you’re interested please check it out and help support the cause it can be seen here: https://kck.st/2hFyUB7
And here are 3 pages from my super secret not so secret Oswald project 😀
We also have 2 reviews
Shutter Vol. 5 by Joe Keatinge and Leila Del Duca
I’ve been reading this series since the first volume and I’ve enjoyed it all the way through this is its final volume. The story revolves around a young lady named Kate Kristopher and her very bizarre family, a clock cat that goes from cute to murderous and weird cabalistic groups looking to end the world in multi dimensional planes. The story is engaging across all five volumes. It’s a series that I’m going to have to reread all in one sitting so if you like strange dimension hoping stories you may want to give this one a shot.
Batman the Dark Knight: Master Race by Frank Miller, Brian Azzarello, Andy Kubert and Klaus Janson
The one thing I expected from this series was nothing because I had read so many negative things about it on line before I had even seen the book that my expectations were pretty low, but what I got was a good book that was actually a nice bit of fun. We have an aging Bruce Wayne who’s been presumed dead for many years, while Robin has taken his place along with Wonder Woman who’s had 2 children with Superman, one a young woman while the second is an infant boy that WW carries around like a back pack, while mommy does her WW stuff. We also have Green Lantern, The Atom, Hawkman and Hawkwoman, and a slew of enlarged Kandorians who just make a mess of things. The story is well done and nicely paced and Andy Kubert’s artwork is awesome as always. The pieces of the story that are illustrated by Frank Miller are a little rough but they’re still pretty good. All in all I enjoyed it and I’ll probably give it another read down the road. Is it as good as The Dark Knight Returns, no, but very little is, I liked it more than DK II, but that’s not really saying much because I hated what he did to Dick Greyson in that story, so I’m biased. For me I hope Frank Miller keeps working and putting out comics, he was one of my earliest inspiration to become a comics writer and although I don’t always gel with his politics I still enjoy his work, so if you want to read a fun comic that’s not really tied into the whole DC universe thing you may want to check this one out.
Thank you all once again.