Just in case you forgot him: The Designer! (Also know as Theo.)
It's been a whirlwind of a week, friends! On Wednesday, I launched my new kickstarter campaign: to publish the latest book in the current Sam and Fuzzy series -- Volume 5: Missing Inaction -- and to create a new set of hardcovers recollecting 1-5 in a format that matches the 2013 hardcover omnibuses of the "prequel" Classic and Noosehead arcs.
I was a little nervous tackling this project -- it's the biggest one I've ever attempted! -- but thanks to all your support, we got off to a great start. The kickstarter is already almost two thirds funded, and it's been less than two days. (One of which was a holiday in the US!) If we can keep this up, we'll be able to make all these dang dream books a reality, and maybe even beef 'em up with some cool bonus features like we did with the previous kickstarted books.
Thanks so much to all of you for your continued support! You guys are the best.
PS: I've gotten a few messages from folks who want to confirm which books they need. I admit, with two slightly different formats, it gets a pinch confusing. So here's a handy breakdown.
Which of these people are you?
"I have the Omnibus from the 2013 Kickstarter, and that's it!"
You want the Volume 1-5 set! It picks up exactly where the original Omnibus left off and collects the entire new series so far, starting with the first appearance of Hazel and finishing up (for now) with the giant Sin's Gambit story. You can get it as a set of five softcovers, or as a set of three larger hardcovers, both of which match the respective softcover and hardcover versions of the original Omnibus.
"I have all (or some) of the four newer softcover books, like Fix Your Problemand Very Famous!"You can get Volume 5 all by itself, if that's all you need! It's available in a matching softcover form that looks really cool, IMO. (You're also welcome to get the hardcover version of 5, or the full hardcover set, if you really like hardcovers, but I'm not here to tell you what to do!)
"I don't have any books at all! NONE!"
Well, that's easy! You can get the softcover OR hardcover Volume 1-5 set, which is a completely stand-alone new story, or you can spring for the Completionist set and get the two prequel omnibuses as well! However, I would not recommend going for the Volume 5 solo tier. That one isn't going to make much sense if you haven't read the previous 4!
BOOKS! YOU CAN READ THEM