Sunday, March 18, 2012

And we are funded!!!

Thank you guys, so, so, so much!  With your help, we managed to make over 3 times the amount of money that we needed!  This extra money will be used to help make the anthology even more amazing, and to bring you sweet new gear.  You guys really blew us away with how cool and supportive you've been!  Man, you guys were so cool!

Stay tuned for updates guys.  :)  We'll let you know more info as it comes to us about the anthology, and we'll continue to update the page with interviews from our contributing artists.  :)

You guys really stepped up to the plate, and everyone on the team is psyched at how much support you gave to us!

2 Hours! Almost there! Don't miss out!

Hey guys!  Just 2 more hours until the kickstarter challenge comes to a close.  This is the last call for pledges.  That means it's your last chance to get a copy of the anthology at less then the retail price, and also your last chance to get some of our sweet swag for yourself!

Don't miss out guys!  We're almost there!

Last Chance!

Saturday, March 17, 2012

Just 1 day left!

Ok, well, it's a day and an hour, but none the less!

That's right ladies and gentlemen, by roughly this time tomorrow our kickstarter fundraising period will end.  This is your last call to get in an order.  Once the fundraising period is over, we will be unable to accept any further requests for copies of the anthology.  If you've been waiting, it's time to jump on board, we'll be glad to have you. :)  If you'd still like to donate, go check out the kickstarter site here - Awesome Kickstarter Goodness!

Thanks to everyone who has already given us their support, you guys mean so, so much to us. :)  Seriously, you guys are the best.

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Free Wallpaper and Process Book Sneak Peak!

Hi everyone, this past 26 days has been a really exciting and fun ride for us. We have just officially finished all the artwork for GAME OVER! (99%) Yes we're almost done! In this final 4 days, we will be putting the book together along with the cover, credits, thank you page and artists sketches! ( You get to see more personal stuff from us!) To celebrate this joyous event, we give you a free GAME OVER: INSERT MORE QUARTERS WALLPAPER ! (I know right, we're so nice!!!)

You can download the full resolution wallpaper HERE.
Also, we're almost done with the $75 PROCESS BOOK PLEDGE! Here's a sneak peek at some of the pages. Each of the artist took time off to put up this process page that includes artworks which did not go into the final comic! (Similar to deleted scenes in a film) We also talk about our process and material choices so this is definitely one of the books you shouldn't miss out!

We're down to the last 4 days and very close to the $10,000 goal! If you have a twitter account, facebook, or blog, do spread the word! I'll be doing another update tomorrow and give everyone a breakdown of what's happening ahead, your address and shipping details, international backers information and timeline for book printing! STAY TUNED!!!
- Nicky

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

It's like candy for your ear drums!

Hello there friends!

So, we thought we'd send you a treat from our awesome and almighty Editor.  He did an impromptu song about us today, and we thought you'd like to see it.  Hey, that's what friends do right?  They share!  You shared your support with us, and so we're giving you an early treat back.  Enjoy this song from our editor Dove. :)

A Ballad of Bodacity

Thursday, March 1, 2012


HI FRIENDS and FANS!!! Our Kickstarter Campaign just kicked into high gear and WE WANT TO MEET YOU this SATURDAY!!! Live at

Please help spread the word cos we believe we are one of the first comic anthology to do something this EPIC and we want to make it AWESOME!!!!

A Chat With Phil

Time for a chat with one of the awesome artists contributing to the Game Over Anthology.  For this collection of comicy-goodness Phil has been working on a story about the Ragnarok...the Ragnarok and Roll that is!  Hoorah!  Let's take a look at what he has to say about creativity and his work.   

 How did you choose to interpret the idea of “The end of the world” and what made you decide upon that interpretation.

At first I wanted to go with some kind of “Mad Max” concept, but I couldn’t come up with a story at all. I started thinking of things I was familiar with that I could really draw from, and ended up settling on the Norse gods. I’ve always had an interest in them since my family is predominantly Norwegian. Then I decided to make it an end-of-the-world dance off, because I’m crazy or something. I donno.

 Can you give us a brief outline of your process? How do you create your comics, and what do you feel is the most critical step in creating your work?

Getting the concept down is, to me, the most crucial part. I rely on the pure ridiculousness of my storytelling to make my work stand out. That being said, a lot of my inspiration comes from music.

       What inspired you to study and become a Sequential Artist?

Reading Rurouni Kenshin by Nobuhiro Watsuki was a big turning point for me. That, and I really love cartoons in general. I just wanted to do anything where I could draw comics and cartoons. SCAD provided that opportunity.

  You’ve got a giant workload ahead of you. You know that you have to just sit down and draw for the next 16 hours straight, but you have time for one meal before you do this. What would you eat to power you through that stint?

Subsidiary question: Can we bend space-time? Because if so I would get burritos from Taco Bueno. It’s this Texas- only food chain that I was addicted to before I moved to Savannah. I only get it like once a year now.

  What is the first thing you remember drawing?

Zelda. Tons of Zelda fan art. That, and Pokemon. So much of my artistic career stems from these two series. I loved the art styles and the journeys that the games took you on.

         What is the last thing you remember drawing?

Umm, I drew panel 2 of page 4 of the comic for this anthology yesterday, which shows two zombies gawking at Odin doing the “boom-baby” move fromEmperor’s New Groove. 

 What was your favorite comic or cartoon growing up?

This is a ridiculously loaded question. I loved Nickelodeon’s Angry Beavers. That, and the Cartoon Network Teen Titans. Other than that, I’d say earlyPokemon, anything on Toonami, and Dexter’s Lab. And Samurai Jack. And Rocko’s Modern Life. Okay, gotta stop now.

 Would you prefer a dog or cat rolled up at your feet? (An iguana or parrot is also an acceptable substitute.)

  Dog, definitely. I have a miniature schnauzer named Luke. He’s pretty much been my best friend since I was 11. He used to sit next to my table and watch me draw, but he lives with my dad in California now.

Awesome Phil!  Thanks for letting us interview you!  Now let's take a look at some of his crazy-cool work. :)