Got some spare time? Make a comic!

Download the sample printable comic right here!

Reasons for doing this?

1: My followers can finally have a printed comic by me.

2: It seemed like a fun activity to do, specially with young kids.

3: It might be cool if interweb folks shared tiny little mini comics with each other. And a whole bunch of people can print each other’s comics and maybe we could collect ones by other artists. So… ya know. Why not?

EDIT: AHH! Before I forget, I should mention that this mini comic format was created by the folks at http://www.pocketmod.com/ I came by their technique while listening to Fear the Boot, a roleplaying game podcast as they were interviewing Stuart Robertson an indie table top rpg designer.

If you’d like, support those folks cause they helped me discover this neat design.

EDIT2: Added tags. Dag nabbit.

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