GO FOR THE EYES!
More details next week!
Makeshift Miracle wraps up today! The final page of the story just went online.
Rebuilding this story with Shun Hong Chan’s incredible artwork has been wonderful. I’m incredibly happy with how it all turned out. I can’t thank Shun enough for his hard work.
Thanks also to Erik Ko and the rest of the UDON team for seeing this through each stage of production. It’s been a wonderful journey and I can’t wait to see the second half in print.
Speaking of which, Makeshift Miracle book 2 should be coming out before the end of the year. As soon as pre-order information is available I’ll be sure to link it here. In the meantime, please feel free to read the complete story online starting from HERE and share the site with everyone you know. Thanks!
Even though our first issue doesn’t arrive until the end of August, Rob Patey from entertainment site Ain’t It Cool News has a special advanced review of WAYWARD #1 to whet your appetite.
“What this review is missing is how well Zub paints these moments–Rori’s journey, the loss of her parents’ love for each other, how crazy Japan is for first timers–because he does it all in masterful and authentic detail. Steve Cummings is simply a new god of comic drawing; my jaw continued to lower to the floor page after beautiful page.”
Lan Pitts from Newsarama interviewed Steve and I all about Wayward. New information and artwork to check out!
Figment #2 arrives in comic shops tomorrow and Comic Book Resources has a preview! Click on through to get your first look at the lands of imagination.
Skullkickers #28 included a special WAYWARD preview in the back of the issue.
Here it is for your enjoyment, even if you aren’t caught up on SK:
If you like what you’re seeing, please consider pre-ordering the first issue now.
Once you’re 28 issues into a series it can be tough to bang the drum and get readers to try it out. Thankfully we’re still getting nice feedback from reviewers as our fifth story arc rumbles onward.
• Newsarama: 8/10 “it’s a rare thing to find a comic that is written well enough to regularly elicit laughs, so I’d certainly recommend new readers in need for a little levity in their reading pick up the this issue”
• Comic Bastards: 4/5 “The story pacing is perfect, the dialogue isn’t overkill and the jokes are perfectly timed.”
• The Outhousers: “The team never lets up on the humor but it never feels forced. Skullkickers #28 is the strongest issue in a while”
• Comic Attack: “Every origin story should look this good and be this fun!”
Dan Greenfield at the 13th Dimension asked me about Wayward and has posted up some exclusive artwork to go with the answers. Click on through and give it a read!
JK Parkin from Robot 6 talks to Steve and I about working on Wayward, including Steve’s experiences living in Japan and the atmosphere we’re tapping in to for the series. Click on through and give it a read!