Hey! Would you like the first-ever mass produced Dresden Codak book ever? You should check out The Tomorrow Girl! It collects everything in the archives up to Dark Science. There’s only ONE WEEK LEFT to get your hands on a book, so if you’ve been waiting or if you hadn’t heard about it until now, NOW IS THE TIME TO ACT.
ALSO, would you like faster Dresden Codak updates? Me too, which is why if the Kickstarter can reach $700k, I’ll be able to rent out a studio and a full-time assistant to help with the non-comic duties of my job. That means WEEKLY UPDATES if we can reach that goal! Tell your friends, and if you’ve already pledged, thanks so much for making The Tomorrow Girl happen!
Hey Seattle-area friends, I’ll be at Emerald City Comicon Friday through Sunday (March 1-3)! I’ll be selling my wares, as well as once again doing dinosaur drawings! (Extremely up-to-date dinosaurs, mind you). Come see me at Topatoco booth #1002!
The Tomorrow Girl: Dresden Codak Volume 1 is the long-awaited print collection of the first five years of Dresden Codak and includes brand-new art and content. Please support this Kickstarter if you’d finally like your own copy of my work!
I hope you all had a good holiday! I’ve got a big announcement: The Tomorrow Girl: Dresden Codak Vol. 1, will be out soon! This fancy hardcover book contains all of the comics from Kim’s first appearance to right before Dark Science, including the Hob series! I’m currently putting on the finishing touches, so stay tuned for a Kickstarter announcement in the coming weeks!
Unfortunately due to a poorly-timed illness, I’ve had to push back the next comic to the end of this week. In the meantime, I thought I’d share an ongoing Tumblr project I’ve been doing on the side, where I’ve been creating illustrations to go along with each chapter of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Silmarillion! I hope you like them!
Apologies for this comic being a couple days late. Hurricane Sandy has caused a lot of trouble up here in Brooklyn, and things are only now beginning to enter any state of normalcy. All things considered, I made it out pretty well compared to my fellow East-Coasters. Hats off to the fine people who’ve been selflessly reassembling civilization on this coast.