We’ve been experimenting with art livestreams since the earliest days of the comic, and after a couple of venue and scheduling changes, we’ve finally settled into a new home and time slot. You can now watch Cryoclaire assemble new pages on Twitch Saturdays and Sundays – exact start times are announced on her Twitter or Tumblr. Our streams usually run for a few hours; art aside, you’ll get a chance to chat with other fans and creators, sample Claire’s industrial/witchhouse/vaporwave playlists, and take in a sterling selection of random crap we’ve unearthed on YouTube.
D&W also recently gained its very own subreddit on reddit.com, so if you’ve got an account and are looking for an all-new venue to chat about everybody’s favorite depressed-Slav-in-cyberpunk-’90s-hell webseries, swing on by!
Our buddy Signalrun (AKA Neon Shudder) has had a busy couple of months: following an appropriately spooky (or indeed, spoopy) Halloween release and several previews from his first full-length album, he’s ringing in 2016 with an all-new EP, entitled (viii) neuromantic: the communion of nature and technology. This pay-what-you-want release features four tracks of synth-driven atmospherics, including a collaboration with fellow PA-based (x)-wavers Reapers.
Neon Shudder is also a featured artist on the latest Cyberpunk Community Soundtrack, a 100% free compilation of music inspired by everybody’s favorite chromed-up sci-fi genre. Happy listening!
History time: way back in 2013, Cryoclaire launched Dreamspace, an animated, pseudo-interactive story about a down-on-his-luck VR mindtripper named Dan and his (mostly) gradual descent into addiction. In 2014, Dreamspace was collected into a print edition with revised dialogue and some additional material, appropriately called Dreamspace: Analogue Edition. Last year, the first print run of Analogue Edition officially sold out, and we started planning an expanded second edition to replace it. As of January 2016, we’re… still in the planning stages, to be honest, so while Analogue Edition 2.0 sits in creative limbo, we thought we’d at least make the original available online.
Like all things D&W, you can access (and subscribe to!) the suddenly less appropriately titled DS: Analogue Edition through Cryoclaire’s Tapastic page.
Happy Cyber(punk) Monday! If you’ve been waiting to get one of our D&W shirts, Spreadshirt is currently offering free shipping on all orders or two or more items until December 1st. Just use the discount code 2GIFTS and you should be all set!
Just in time for the holidays, we’ve made Drugs & Wires Issue #1 and the third printing(!) of Daily Struggles of a Cyberjunkieavailable through our all-new StoreEnvy storefront! Copies of Issue #1 come signed on request, and can be upgraded with one or two of our latest batch of (previously con-exclusive) 38mm badges. As an extra-festive bonus, we’re also throwing in a free Christmas card with the first 20 orders we receive.
Looking for other D&W gifts and stocking stuffers? You can always check out our shirt and print stores, too. Happy shopping!
Thought Bubble 2015 is done and dusted – and that means it’s officially the end of our con season! We’ll be back next year with new events and new(er) merch, but for now, a big and hearty thank you to everybody who’s come out to see us, meet us, and buy our stuff in 2015. Your support means the world to us!
The 2015 con season is almost at an end, but we’ve got one more show to close out the year. Next weekend, Claire will be joining a who’s who of comics talent at Thought Bubble, the Leeds Comic Art Festival. Going to TB? You can check us out at table 91 in the TB Marquee exhibit area from November 14th to 15th. Due to the limited space (we’re restricted to a half table), the merch selection will be a little more selective than at MCM London, but there’ll be plenty of copies of both Drugs and Wires #1 and the new third printing of Daily Struggles of a Cyberjunkie!
Another fall, another MCM expo in the bag! MCM London Comic Con is usually the highlight of the D&W events calendar, and this one was no exception: we met some great fans (and hopefully made a few new ones!), got a lot of fun sketch requests, and best of all, sold every single comic we came with. Thanks to everybody who stopped by over the weekend!
Yep, it’s that time of year again: fall con season! This week, Cryoclaire will be repping the D&W at London MCM Comic Con. From Friday to Sunday, you can swing by booth CK4 at the Comic Village for prints, badges, postcards, on-the-spot sketch commissions, and the all-new print edition of Drugs & Wires: Clear and Sober Living.
Having trouble finding the table, or want to set up a meet-and-greet ahead of time? You can always hit Claire up via Twitter or Tumblr on the day. See you there!
(Just in time for our six month anniversary, too.)
Clothing has always been high up on our personal merch wishlist, so we’re happy to announce that we’ve just dropped our very first set of Drugs & Wires tees, tank tops, and hoodies on Spreadshirt. Selection is a little thin at the moment, but we’ll be plugging away and adding more designs over time. Fan feedback is also very important to us, so if there’s a particular design you’d like to see, don’t be shy – hit us up on socialmedia!