Today’s comic is a stupid joke that came up during a Tony Hawk XBOX 360 duel with my wife this evening. Enjoy.
Phoenix Comicon is holding a badge art contest to let the public choose which art will be hanging around the necks of 30,000+ people this upcoming Memorial Day weekend. I’ve submitted a Ninja Turtles themed badge and it’s been chosen for the voting round.
You get 5 votes each day, so I encourage to vote for others as well. Mine is labeled Kevin Coulston
Here’s where to vote: http://badgeart.phoenixcomicon.com/
I created Dylan McVillain after a dissapointing experience at a convention last year. Turns out kids love my art style and their parents are more than willing to throw money at me because of this… until I inform them of StaleBacon’s subject matter (Ocassional Adult Humor/Bad Language). I’ve also wanted to create a comic with characters and a story for quite a while (something I don’t do with StaleBacon).
My solution to both of problems was to create a story driven all ages comic that both kids and adults could enjoy.
This Indiegogo campaign was created to print the first collection of Dylan McVillain Comics. “Dylan McVillain: A Super Villain with the Best Intentions”. Over 100 pages (including content you won’t find online).
To those of you that came to my site looking for the ‘Webcomics 101′ flyer we handed out at the panel last night (Friday May 25th).
Here it is!