Here is a new 3-page comic written by Justin Jordan and drawn by me. I think it pretty well speaks for itself. (I’ve posted the whole thing in the gallery section as well.)
Hi! This is amazing! Any chance of being able to purchase a print or something similar? Let me know!
Probably. Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks!
Fantastic. I’m delighted to see that Darkseid drives a vintage VW Rabbit.
Met you at Beyond Comics in Gaithersburg, MD, on Free Comic Book Day. When I saw the mini “Carpool of Doom” I had to have it as I consider myself to be the biggest Darkseid fan, ever (whether that’s good or bad who is to say?). I bought the first issue of Plastic Farm to get it and you graciously drew a picture of Darkseid inside the cover. I know you had sketch cards but I am imfamous for losing things.
Anyway when I got home and read it I had a laughing fit. Really, I should have been on the toilet as I practically peed myself!!!
I told my wife, who very seldom will look at a comic (In fact she has read about90 of the 40,000 I have). She looked at me with a look only the wife of a comic geek can give and said “later”. After insisting that she needed no background in comic continuity and that her incredible pop-culture knowledge would suffice.
Well, I should have warned her as to using the bathroom as a library. There were so many tears rolling I wasn’t sure she was laughing or stabbed herself on a staple! Not that she will turn into a comic reader, but she thoroughly enjoyed it. “Darkseid always knew you were an asshole, Thanos” was a catchphrase for a couple weeks here.
I’m about to cut back some of my NEW52 habit and will look into more Plastic Farm comics. Having grown up on undergrounds in the 1970s I appreciate the approach to the plots and the crazy B&W artwork.
Thanks for the kind words! I think we’ll have to use your story as a testimonial somewhere. I’m gonna make sure to pass this along to Justin as he deserves full credit for your new favorite catchphrase. Thanks again for picking up the book, the awesome review, and for giving the rest of our titles a chance. -rafer
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Bmore Into Comics is happening!! #comics #baltimore
All set up at BMore Into Comics!
BMore Into Comics #4 is this Saturday at the Wind Up Space in Baltimore, MD. Come on out and buy stuff from me and a bunch of other very talented and charismatic cartoonists.
Superstition dictates that I buy a copy of any comic I had some part in when it comes out. Today was the first time I’ve ever bought two at a time.