Shirts. Shirts for you. For us. Curated by me. By WE LOVE FINE. They actually went for that one. Can you believe it? Because I can not.
I’m donating my curation commission to FUTURES WITHOUT VIOLENCE which works to end violence against women and children around the world. Sales online of these shirts (and whatever follows) or at shows where WE LOVE FINE are set up — ANY sales of these things — money goes to FWV.
MALE-TYPE-GUY-DUDES! The truth will set you FREE!
Look. Here’s the deal: you’re not fooling anyone. We know you’re not Geek Girls. (Your unsightly stubble and Adam’s apples give you away.)
It’s okay. We understand. Being a Geek Girl is a pretty fabulous thing. We get it and love you for your…
HIGH CRIMES #3 - Now Available
Chapter 3. This one took us a bit. Apologies for the delay. Between life and work and Emerald City Comicon and the various obstacles that define human existence, we fell behind. But we’re back on schedule, so expect new issues from us every 5 weeks or so barring disaster or act of god.
SOME THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND:
1. HIGH CRIMES is a digital-only comic from Monkeybrain Comics. It’s available exclusively thru Comixology and your 99 cents allows you to read it on your desktop, laptop, tablet or phone (where technologically applicable).
2. This one is 15 pages of story, with backmatter consisting of my usual page of babbling, character sketches, a rejected alternate cover concept and letters from you, our awesome readers.
3. Buying directly from Comixology’s website sends more money our way. Buying via iTunes sends less money our way. But if that’s how you like to get your stuff, then we’d be honored to be part of that stuff.
4. You know those creator-owned comics you keep hearing about on the nightly news? We’re one of those. There’s just us two dudes doing everything. Your money is the only money we get paid, most of which eventually goes right back into the book.
6. If you’ve never read us before, all 3 issues together cost under 3 bucks for 40+ pages of comics, a cost lower than most every 20 to 24 page comic out there. Speaking in economist terminology, that is what’s known as a bargain and a half.