Vol. 2 Kickstarter Update: Last Chance for Mystery Boxes and 48 Hours Left!

Exactly what the title says!

The last group of mystery boxes just dropped. This is it. When they’re gone they’re gone.

Get yours here!

It’s your last chance to get on board at the Kickstarter level. If you want the book with all the stretch goal-y goodies that come with it, then you’ve got to get in there in these last few hours.

If you’ve already pledge, make sure you’ve shared the link and told your friends. We don’t want anyone getting left out.

-Steve

The Vol. 2 Kickstarter is its Final Stretch! Unlimited Doodled Books, Last Round of Mystery Boxes, and more!

Here are some quick bullet points about the Q2Q Comics Volume 2 Kickstarter as it enters its final days:

  • $34K pledged of $15K Goal
  • Over 700 Backers already
  • Judging by the Vol. 1 campaign we are easily on pace to break $40K (Cryptid Stickers, yay!) and within striking distance of $50K (Glow in the Dark covers, spooooky!)
  • Doodle Book Reward cap has been lifted. I’ll draw Sad Wuggles until my arm falls off.
  • Last group of Departmental Mystery Boxes goes live 3/22 at noon eastern. Only 25 of them!
  • Surveys will be sent through BackerKit in mid April to collect shipping information and reward options.
  • Volume 1 and Volume 2 will be available as add-on items through BackerKit
  • At least 10% of the people that have already backed this Kickstarter were at USITT last week. Which is bonkers.
  • Don’t forget to share the Kickstarter with your friends and co-workers!

Read the entire update on Kickstarter.

Annnnnd We’re Back!

We’re home from Ft. Lauderdale and had an amazing time at USITT. We’ve got lots of new stuff in the works that we can’t talk about yet, but new cool stuff is forthcoming.

There are entirely too many people to thank for showing us a good time, so have a ton of pictures of La Ropasucia causing mischief at the conference!

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*NOTE: La Ropasucia DID NOT set off the fire alarm on Saturday. He was too busy with a lobby photo op .

Thanks to everyone that came through the signing line and everyone that stopped to talk with me on the expo floor! We made some great new friends and that really makes everything worth it. Thank you!

Regular comics to resume on Wednesday!

-Steve

Volume 2 Kickstarter Update: 200% Funded! Stretch Goal Unlocked!

We just crossed to $30K pledged line which makes us 200% funded and unlocks the second stretch goal! Woop!

Now every copy of Vol. 2 ordered through the Kickstarter campaign will have an individual number stamped on it. This way you can prove that you were one of the first people in the universe to get this book! You’re so much cooler than all of your friends, and we have always thought so, but now you can prove it empirically!

Next stretch goal unlocks at $40K: Cryptid Sticker Packs! Get a reward with a book, and you’ll get a pack of sweet looking die-cut La Ropasucia and Blorp stickers. Slap ’em on your road cases to ward off mischief.

And I still really want to make those covers glow in the dark.

If you haven’t backed the campaign yet, you can do so here!

-Steve

 

Signing Event: Q2Q Comics USITT Ft. Lauderdale!

I’ll be doing a signing event at USITT Ft. Lauderdale!

Friday March 16th at 4pm in the Lobby by the Bookstore.

Prints will be available to purchase in the Bookstore, and I’ll sign essentially anything else you bring through the line.

A brief and incomplete list of unusual things that I have signed at USITT:

  1. Bag of goldfish crackers
  2. 4’x6′ Painting of Wuggles
  3. Yamaha Sound Reenforcement Handbook
  4. A Lighting Design Textbook
  5. Foam Fingers

We’re not selling anything at the table this time around, but we will have original art to view and, in the spirit of USITT, we’ll be giving out some swag.

ALSO: If you show me that you’ve backed the Q2Q Comics Vol. 2 Kickstarter, I will do a character doodle card for you!

I’ll probably do that whenever, not just at in the signing line, honestly.

And please, if you see us at the conference, don’t be afraid to come up and say hello!

-Steve

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