Happy free comic book day, everyone! Not sure what free comic book day is? Use your deductive reasoning, like Batman would, or read all about it here. Then don’t waste any time and head to your local comic shoppe (bring your non-comic reader friends!), purchase some books (check out some creator owned stuff!), and receive some free comic books.
But that’s not all! In honor of today, oh glorious free comic book day, I’m making available, for the first time ever, a comic I recently created with artist Hugo Petrus, called Children of Russia. This twelve-page comic will be part of an upcoming horror anthology coordinated and edited by Rachel Deering (Anathema), and featuring some incredible writers and artists.
Children of Russia will only be available to read this weekend, then I’m pulling it down until the anthology comes out. Big thanks to Rachel Deering for putting together an amazing collection of stories, and for letting me share this comic with you. I’m really proud of it, and working with Hugo was just incredible. This is some really creepy stuff.
Link removed - you snooze, you lose, suckers bahaha! Don’t fret though, Children of Russia will be available soon, as part of the upcoming ‘Monstrology’ horror comic anthology. Stay tuned for more info. Thanks to all who managed to read my comic over the free comic book day weekend.
But wait! That’s not all! Speaking of free comics… another new comic of mine, The Brothers James, with artist Michael Walsh, came out this week and you can read the entire first issue for free. Download the 215Ink app to your ipad or tablet, and let ‘er rip. 215Ink is making all of their digital #1’s available for free, there are some amazing books there.
That’s still not all! You can read (almost) all of my first comic series Terminals for free, online at terminalscomic.com. That’s over six full-size issues of comic reading, right at your fingertips.
I know what you’re thinking, that has got to be all, Ryan… wrong! Head on over to tigerlawyercomic.com and pick up a copy of Tiger Lawyer. That one’s not free, what do you think this is, a library?!
I hope you enjoy my comics, and do consider visiting your local comic store (f**k those big book stores, you guys) and picking up some books. Comic creators work themselves to the bone to make these books, and it ain’t for the money.
Speaking of money… if you have enjoyed any of my comics and would like to donate, that would be incredibly appreciated through this link. A lot of my work is self-funded, and I don’t break even. I do this because I love to, and I have to. Thank you.
Happy free comic book day, everyone.
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