It is the 2nd of Octoberber! Page 22! I'm still super busy working at my part time job which went right into my full time job and Salt Lake Comic Con was last week! DRAW NIGHT is tonight and I want to see as many of my Northeren Utah fans as possible tonight at the Tremonton City Library to draw and learn some comic book making with each other.
Here is page 22 of Peter Pan the Vampire #1 the tale of how Peter meets a new slayer named Gwyen. The slayer was trying her hardest to stake Peter, but he got her to calm down a bit. He actually convinces her to stop trying to kill him and they talk it over. Peter takes the slayer Gwyen to the Neverland house where she first meets the Hawaiian (Neverland) vampires Maui and Pele. On this page after she has been kidnapped while in the care of the vampire Maui.
What will happen next?
I hope that I see a bunch of ya at DRAW NIGHT on Friday the 2nd of October at the Tremonton City Library here in Utah. I have posted a flyer for that event on the rentnarb page.
Check in again on October 1st for another peek and some more of the story.
As many of my followers already know I am currently coloring my comics with Photoshop with the lessons I've learned from Brian and Kristy Miller's Hi-Fi Color for Comics. This page right here and the issue it comes from were colored with Prisma Color pencils and a lot of the details got lost in the scanner.
Well. . . Good news everybody! I just got issue 3 back from Ka-Blam Digital Printing and I will be premiering issue three at Salt Lake Comic Con on September 24th, 25th, and 26th!!!!! I am so excited for this. I have a grayscale issue for those of you who like to spend a little less or prefer that look. I will have a color version for those of you who want the full effect and this color one will have a guest artist on the cover by Drew Johnson from Iuka Gumi Arts who will be joining me at the SLCC artist alley table. I will release the cover I did myself after the convention. I will also be having for my first time a sketch cover that you can request anything you want. if you've been wanting to see what Superman, Spider-man, or Invincible would look like drawn by me then you will have the chance to ask for it!
I can't wait to see you all there. If you are unable to make it to Salt Lake let me know if you want a sketch cover and we will arrange something for you!
Go to Indy Planet indyplanet.com and search for Peter Pan ot get the physical copy or contact me to arrange for a signed copy at no extra charge. $4.oo for color, $2.oo for grayscale, and 99 cents for digital download.
It is free to read here, but by buying a physical copy you can keep this story going by supporting it because without money I have to keep working my 3 jobs to keep afloat (and working keeps taking me away from making comics making it slower to finish the books).