I spent forever on this page. I love spending time with Roosevelt! He’s always great for a laugh and I feel like the last two pages have been particularly successful! Can you spot the sci-fi references in this page? Pretty obvious, I know…
So I’d like to take second and recommend two things to my readers:
The first one is a Kickstarter project by my friend and fellow webcomicker Randy Field. The project is called QuickSilver: The Great AirShip Race it’s a steampunk airship game that Randy has been working tirelessly on for the last two years and it looks fantastic! Please take a look at the video consider pledging.
The second recommendation is a book I’m late on reading, Asterios Polyp by David Mazzucchelli (best known as the artist on Batman:Year One). I didn’t purchase this in 2009 for two reasons: price and intimidation. In spite of hearing wonderful things about it, I feared I would purchase a book that would be too dense to get into and end up a costly coffee table book. I was wrong. I found it to be both affordable and easily penetrable. The book is a perfect merger of story, art and design. I highly recommend it, especially to people in creative fields.
Okay PLUG TIME!
Hey are you on Twitter? You can follow me here. and help me with my goal! I’d like to get Hamster Rage to 2,ooo Facebook fans by the end of 2012 and to get to 1,000 twitter followers, you can help me with that goal and with supporting the comic by spreading the word on Twitter, hit the Facebook “Like” buttons below and please bang on the Google ad. Share it everywhere you can, Re-Tweet! Reddit, Facebook, your blog, website, message boards etc. Every little bit helps! Thanks to everyone who helped give Hamster Rage a post C2E2 and post VertCon push! We’re now at 1,600 Facebook fans now! WOW!
That’s it for this week, oh wait one more thing… a big thank you to everyone who came to VertCon and to everyone who’s been spreading the word online. Building this audience has been awesome! Thanks tons to all of you!
As always thanks for reading!