More than a few of you expressed interest in a meatspace version of Dan’s ultimate high-effort getup from last week’s comic, so who are we to say no? You can now buy this (and other fine shirts) through our Spreadshirt storefront!
Just in time for the holidays, we’ve made Drugs & Wires Issue #1 and the third printing(!) of Daily Struggles of a Cyberjunkie available 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.
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 social media!
Drugs & Wires is currently on hiatus, but Team D&W is far from idle! With the fall/winter con season now in full gear, we’re plugging away at a couple of new print projects that we’re hoping to debut at the London MCM Comic Con and Thought Bubble. First on the docket: the print version of Drugs & Wires Chapter 1. “Clean and Sober Living” collects all 23 pages of the webcomic to date, along with selections of Cryoclaire’s concept art and one of our all-time most popular D&W one-shots, “The Arm”. To tie it all together, Claire’s whipped up an all-new, extra-moody coloring job for the title page. That’s right: we’re talking variant cover. Can’t get much more ’90s than that.
But if you can’t make it to London or Leeds, don’t worry – we’ll be offering D&W: Clean and Sober Living through our online store as soon as we shake off the convention dust, along with any other new print merch we manage to crank out these next few weeks.