So much good news to report! First off, just yesterday I got these badboy's in the mail, fresh off the presses:
It's called Dangerous Friends, and it's the first little self-published sketchbook I've ever done. It's got kind of a mix between my drawings for stuff I'm developing and then sketches and stuff from Nemo, FraggleRock and Darkwing Duck. I'll be selling it at JetCity Comic Show next weekend! Five Bucks!
Here's some more pics!
Also I'll be selling this random T-shirt of Yeti-sparkles!
Okay now, so even more news...
UNDERTOWN VOLUME 2 IS AVALIABLE IN PRINTED FORM!
Unfortunatly you need to order it directly from the website, but at least you can get a real copy if you want and they take paypal. Get it now right here!
!!!! NEWSFLASH !!!! Undertown V2 is finally out! I just found out that it's availiable for digital download here!!!
It's not available to buy as a physical copy, but if theres enough people that buy it Tokyopop might publish it for bookstores. Please download and support the book that I spent a year of my life creating! It's been in limbo for 2 years and finally after all this time it's out!
Henry Selik, Director for Nightmare before Christmas said it's a "Dark Fun, Bittersweet display of Incredible Imagination"
Towards the end of last year and the beginning of this year, I've been suddenly doing a ton of work for Boom! Studios and Archaia Comics. It's actually some of the most exciting stuff I've done in my life because it's for things that I grew up with, like for example the Fraggle Rock Comic with Archaia. A story about it just went up on MTV splashpage.
I'll be doing the Free Comic Book Day Mousegaurd/Fraggle Flipbook issue that'll be out May 1st- and I'll be signing at Zanadu Comics (the downtown branch) in Seattle if you're in the area.
Also, I'll be doing the 2nd Issue story for Fraggle Rock, so there'll be a more hefty serving of Fraggle in my near future.
With Boom Studios, I've been working on a ton of covers for them for Monster's inc, Disney's Ultraheroes, Finding Nemo, Mickey and Friends, along with a few secret projects that might blow the minds of anyone who is a fan of cartoons in the 90's! (stay tuned). So even though I seem to be on kid's projects only, I'm not complaining, because they're properties that I loved as a kid.
I got a bunch of copies of the Monsters Inc Issue #1 with the cover I drew!! Take a look at it's immense beauty! ^__^. Earlier I didn't think that they were being published because I couldn't find any copies in stores or even on the internet. But later I found out that they were in fact published, but not many places will ever get them because they are limited to only stores that order 10 or more of the first issue of Monster Inc.
I made another cover for Boom, but it'll be on a upcoming issue, and I don't know the issue # as of yet. Altogether doing covers is just about the most fun thing that I think I've done in comics and I hope to continue making them.
I have a new website! I almost forgot to mention it on my neglected blogger. It's been quite a long time, but finally after several years the old website is updated! Sorry to you folks who watch me at multiple locations because I'm cross-posting this like crazy since it was a lot of effort for seemingly not that much payoff, just a series of images.
This entry will probably languish for years but at least the site has links to more updated locations for me on the web (i.e. deviantart, twitter, myspace, Livejournal)!
Anyhow, check out my Uniform Resource Locator (URL): www.jakemyler.com Or else hit up the embedded hyperlink above!