I’m excited to announce that I have arranged continued sales of O Human Star Volume 1 and Volume 2 through the fulfiller of my 2016 Kickstarter, Blackbox!
You can now place orders for unpersonalized books using the buttons below, although you can still order signed and sketched books at the original OHS store.
Buy O Human Star Volume 1 at Blackbox
Buy O Human Star Volume 1 Softcover
Buy O Human Star Volume 2 at Blackbox
Buy O Human Star Volume 2 Softcover
I’m pleased to announce that with the vast majority of Kickstarter backer orders fulfilled, paperback copies of O Human Star Volumes 1 and 2 have returned to my online store! As always, there are options for receiving your books signed and sketched in. Thank you, backers, for helping make these books possible, and I look forward to sharing them with new readers!
Aaaaaand the campaign is live to print O Human Star Volume 2 as well as reprint O Human Star Volume 1! Follow the link to preorder your copy of the brand new Volume 2 or Volumes 1 and 2 together – as softcovers or hardcovers!
There are a few other goodies available at the higher tiers, so go check them all out out! I’m so excited!!!
Hello, Seattle! I’ll be returning to Emerald City this week from Thursday the 7th to Sunday the 10th and tabling at F5 with my pal Kiku Hughes (aka geniusbee!). Come get OHS Volume One, OHS magnets, and a few other goodies! See my brand new haircut!!!
Thanks to everyone who attended DINK this past weekend! O Human Star Volume One won two of the convention’s inaugural awards: Best Self-Published Work and the attendee-voted Best In Show. This is a huge honor and I’m still kind of reeling from it. Thank you for your votes and your support!
Cool news! This week, O Human Star Volume One was nominated for a Lambda Literary Award in the LGBT Graphic Novels category, and the Denver Independent Comic and Art Expo’s DINKy Awards in the Best Work – Self Published and Outstanding Work – Diversity categories. The winners will be announced for all three awards later this year – thanks for the nominations!
Hi everyone! This weekend I will be exhibiting at Emerald City Comic Con in Seattle, WA at table EE-07. I’ve got the new Kickstarted O Human Star book and a few other goodies, so come by and pick up a copy if you missed out!
I will also be doing books signings at Portland, OR, first on March 30 at 4-7 PM at The Spritely Bean, and then on April 1 at 4-7 PM at Cosmic Monkey Comics! I’ll sign a brand new copy of O Human Star Volume One for you!
I look forward to seeing my Washington and Oregon fans! I know I’ve got quite a few of them, thanks to Kickstarter! ALL HAIL KICKSTARTER.
Big news! I have just launched my first ever Kickstarter to collects chapters 1-3 of my comic O Human Star into a softcover collection. I’ll also be producing a few KS-exclusive goodies, so go check it out!
When I returned from my September conventions I found out some exciting news – Autostraddle, the media and lifestyle blog focusing on queer women, had nominated O Human Star for Best Online Comic in its first ever Comic Awards! The winner itself, Monster Pop, is well deserving, but it was an honor just being nominated. Thanks, ladies!
Big news! I’m starting a Patreon campaign because I’ve reached a really exciting point in my career where I think my readers can help me push my work to the next level.
If you aren’t familiar with it yet, Patreon is a crowdfunding platform where folks contribute funds to an individual’s ongoing work instead of one particular project. Depending on how much you choose to pledge per month, you will get access to certain cool things, like Patreon-exclusive sketches, sneak-peeks and PDFs. And if certain monthly milestone goals are met, I get to do awesome things that will make everyone happy.
O Human Star had been updating twice a week for the past several months, but when I have to juggle a day job and extra freelance work on top of regular updates, sometimes keeping up that schedule can be… a challenge. I’d like a healthier way to balance my workload while giving my readers a way to peek at side projects and behind-the-scenes work that I’ve never shared before. I’m also reaching the point where being able to pay to replace my work tools, like the aging laptop I draw my comics on, would be a massive benefit.
I will still be updating O Human Star frequently, at least 5 pages a month, regardless of how much you pledge. But pledging to my Patreon will allow me to spend more time on my comics, and as we reach certain milestone goals I can update the comic more frequently and unlock cool rewards for everybody who’s pledged.
Thank you for your support, and I look forward to making more comics you love!