Sometimes when I process someones credit card at a convention then it already has their e-mail address in the system because they had used the same processor previously. I tell them “Don’t think about it.” Don’t think about how much of our identity is tied into technology today. Don’t think about how much access it has to us. Just, don’t think about it. I’d rather worry about getting enough vegetables and what kind of vitamins a woman over thirty should be taking. There’s enough to worry about in a day without factoring in the satellites and ninja helicopters.
It doesn’t just have to be good vs evil, how about a little plain old mischief?
We’re aiming to complete our family of photogenic manipulators by bringing the Pretty Princess to life as a plush doll. However with a project this large and expensive, we need your help once more.
So, it’s time for another Kickstarter.
As usual we have lots of unique and amazing rewards for your contribution, but this time around we have a ton of addons so you can craft your own custom reward. We had a lot of demand for this last time, and we finally figured out a way to do it cleanly.
Please pitch in what you can, or share the campaign with your friends. We really want this doll, and we want you all to have one as well.
If you guys manage to help us fund the Pretty Princess, depending on how things go, there might be other surprises in store.
Thank you all so much!
DP Volume 2 is now available on comiXology. We took our Internet comic, polished it and turned it into a print book, then took that book and put it back on the Internet.
There’s a metaphor there somewhere, but I can’t find it.
Maybe not being able to find the metaphor is a metaphor as well.
We’ll be making the long trek to Portland this weekend to exhibit at Rose City Comic Con.
This’ll be the last convention of the year more than likely, which means you should drop by and hear Jen tell her silly stories before she gorges herself on donuts and hibernates for the winter.
I’ll just get her clone to do the massive amount of things we have planned.