Let’s Find Out

The current story arc starts here.

SOOOO now that the Kickstarter is basically wrapped up apart from the custom commissions and guest strips, now’s a good time as any to announce Volume 1 is officially up for sale to the public! If you missed the Kickstarter, now’s your chance to get your copy of the book.

Just in time for...I don't know, Valentine's Day?

Just in time for…I don’t know, Valentine’s Day?

I’ll also have the full color issue, The Walking Trend up for sale soon. Oh and if you happen to have gotten your book from the Kickstarter already, you could do me a big favor and I would love you forever if you would leave me a review on Amazon.

More announcements coming soon, so stay tuned and all.

  • GamerKale

    Alternately, her minimum shield creation distance, what happens to things occupying the space it occupies upon creation, and/or just how strong it is.

  • GamerKale

    Also, Paragon, you shut up. Wild Wild West is a fun movie. You want to act like a hipster you go back a couple years and let yourself get infected.

    • Dana Moore

      I am going to both agree and disagree with you. The movie was fun. (Though they burned down Silverado) But it really was bad for anyone with a spider theme. Because now any scheme will be “You ripped that from Wild Wild West.” or “Was this idea one of the ones they cut from Wild Wild West?”

      • GamerKale

        You make a good point. Not sure how you’re disagreeing with me, but you make a good point.

    • Yngvar Følling

      Wild, Wild West’s greatest worth is as the punchline to Kevin Smith’s adventure as a scriptwriter for Superman. :-D

    • Jesse Henson

      It’s a guilty pleasure. It was dumb, the “heroes” were unlikable and as racist as the villain, and nobody learned anything in it or grew as a character, but it was fun and had some decent action scenes.

  • Pinkk

    Why wouldn’t she just beable to pop the shield back up skin tight around her?