I love this one because I love seeing Axe Cop deal with the mundane. People who are far too confident in mediocre work are something you come across a lot more often than super villains in day to day life. Most of us aren’t insane enough to challenge them to a back alley axe fight though.
These prints have arrived! These are hand-screen printed 16×20 on heavy stock. They have a real hand made look to them. The screen prints lose detail in the process, so I personally go back over each one and draw details back into the print using micron pens and a brush pen, making every one of the completely unique.
I’ve got about 25 left. Because I am mailing these this week, I would like to sell as many as possible, so I am having a sale: get 40% off this print with the promo code INEEDTOROCK at checkout. This sale ends Thursday, March 9th (in 3 days)
Here’s an article about the project I have been working on with Make a Wish for the last four years. I can’t believe it has been that long. I’ll post more about that on my Patreon page (where you can also get Axe Cop comics a week in advance and in high resolution. I also have a tutorial on lettering and using Sketchup to help with backgrounds.)
And thanks to everyone who came by my booth at ECCC. This was my first con in years! I was very encouraged by the response I got. I was only there for a day and a half but I sold a good amount of stuff and saw a lot of enthusiasm about both Axe Cop and Bearmageddon. I have been feeling like maybe love for Axe Cop had dwindled, but it turns out that the show has brought about a whole new crop of fans who just needed to find out that there were comics to read. I think I need to do more conventions!