Sunday, 12 July 2020

Kia Wordsmith Issue 2 Kickstarter a great success.

Our latest Kickstarter exceeded our wildest dreams.
I was secretly hoping for 200 backers and we ended up with 289.
It's a difficult time for everyone and although the print pdf is with our printer it might take a little while to get them in the posts.
We're all missing the Comic Conventions, hopefully these will help fill the gap a little.
Here's one of the special print cards we're rewarding our Backers with, there are 4 in all. This one is of a character who will appear in issue 3.
Hope everyone is keeping taking care and keeping safe.

Sunday, 14 June 2020

Last week was a very busy week.

...and it ended with a chat with the guys over on the ConstructingComicPodcast.
Ian Ashcroft and I chatted about Kia Wordsmith (of course) and also other projects.
We both really enjoyed meeting up with Matt and Noah and talking comics, give it a listen when you have 40 minutes or so spare.

Friday, 12 June 2020

Kia Wordsmith Issue 2 Review

We've had a pretty good Kia Wordsmith Issue 2 review over on ComicsAnonymous.

SciFiPulse Interview

I've just been interviewed by Ian Cullen over on ScifiPulse.net.
Sorry the last answer is a bit gloomy.


Tuesday, 2 June 2020

Kickstarter Target Hit!

Great news!
We've hit our Kickstarter Target in less than 2 days. We managed to get more than 80 backers and one of Ian's great pages of original art has also sold. If you've not had a look yet please do pop over to
Limited number of Reward Tiers with an original sketch by Ian Ashcroft are still available.

Monday, 1 June 2020

Kia Wordsmith Issue 2 has been launched over on Kickstarter.

You can find out more, see some of Ian Ashcroft's great art and Andy Bloor's promo video over on Kickstarter.

Sunday, 17 May 2020

Kia Wordsmith - Kickstarter aiming for June launch.

All the work has been done.
Just a few things needed for the Kickstarter itself and we'll be good to go.
We're aiming for a June launch, and are hoping to get a lot of returning readers and attract also attract some new ones.
The story picks up a notch and Ian's artwork continues to stun me.