With MCM London Comic Con just days away, here’s a quick peek at the new, remastered Dan x Death print that’ll be available for sale at Cryoclaire’s table in the Comic Village.
Still need more Dan in your life? Besides our usual range of buttons, prints and postcards, you can also snag a copy of Drugs & Wires: Daily Struggles of a Cyberjunkie, a grab-bag of D&W one-shots originally published on Claire’s Tumblr between 2012 to 2014. Comic Con will also be one of the last times you can get your hands on the D&W prequel Dreamspace: Analog Edition, at least for the foreseeable future. As of the time of writing, there’s less than 20 copies left from the initial print run, and we’re still mulling whether to do a reprint once those run out.
Finally, there’s sketch commissions, where just £5 gets you a Cryoclaire original to take home. All said, there’s plenty to see, do, and buy, so be there!
Or, you know, don’t be. We’re not the boss of you.
Since nothing boosts your productivity quite like dozens of strangers staring over your e-shoulder, Cryoclaire recently started streaming her penciling and inking sessions on Picarto.tv.
If you’d like to take a peek behind the scenes at D&W – or just need an excuse to shoot the breeze about vital, vital topics like Skyler White and the Leprechaun franchise over some bangin’ witch house – future streaming dates and times will be announced via Claire’s Twitter and Tumblr.
UPDATE: We finally have a schedule of sorts! Tuesdays and Saturdays. 8pm BST (London time) We’re usually on for 3-4 hours. Hope this helps!
If you’re a UK resident and serious about comics, Leeds’ Thought Bubble Festival is a fantastic place to meet some of the most talented creators in the field. (Seriously, just look at this lineup.) So naturally, we’re all kinds of hyped that we made the cut for the 2015 Thought Bubble Convention, which takes place alongside the Festival on November 14th and 15th.
Cryoclaire will be spreading the D&W gospel to the unsuspecting masses (and hopefully offering some neat new merch to boot), so if you’re making the trip to Thought Bubble this year, stop on by and say ‘hi!’