Other books in the Ninja's Guide series:
The new print goes on sale today at 11 AM PST. (You can use this thing if you need help converting that to your local time zone.) I have exactly 70 left, and to be honest I have no idea how long it will take for them to sell out. I guess we will find out!
Sorry about all the downtime the Sam and Fuzzy website has experienced over the last couple of days. We had a couple of issues with our nameservers that have since been resolved. Do make sure that you did not miss Friday's comic... it did go up as scheduled, even if you were not able to see it at the time!
In other news, did you know that Girly is updating again? Because it is, and like a boss revealing its true final form, it is now gigantic.
Fruit of the Ninja Loom
Since I've been back from San Diego, a few of you have emailed to ask A) are there any of the new numbered prints left, and B) will I be selling them on the website. The answers are yes and yes, respectively!
The remaining prints will go on sale on Monday at 11 AM, PST. I'm launching them midday, rather than the previous evening, so that I will be awake to keep on eye on the sales and make sure I don't accidentally sell more copies than I have left. (There is probably a way to script an automatic shut-off after a certain number of orders but I assure you I have absolutely no idea how to do it.)
By definition, this is a limited-run item that can't be reprinted, so I wanted to let everyone know in advance exactly when they will go on sale. If you want one, plan accordingly! And if you don't want one, feel free to purge all of the above information from your brain. You can use that space later for something else!
I am back from the San Diego Comic-con. Exhausted, but back all the same!
Thanks to everyone who came by the Dayfree Press booth to say hello. There were more Sam and Fuzzy readers at the con than ever before, which did absolute wonders for my heart. (Heart is a code-word for ego.)
Unfortunately, the general floor traffic seemed to be down this year, at least in our area of the con. As a result, there just weren't as many new bodies passing by our booth and checking out our work! It was wonderful to talk to so many people who knew who I was, but I wish I'd had the chance to see more of the people who didn't, too. (Because then, they would know!)
Still, good times were had. Jerry has it completely right... almost all of the webcartoonists on that con floor were upstanding folks and a pleasure to talk to. The exception, of course, was my boothmate Jeph Jacques, who is made of pure evil. Murdering orphans is one thing, but did he really have to leave all the bodies under our table? I don't think he did.