The books from last year’s Kickstarter Hardcover collections are now available for purchase, shipping to customers in North America only (for the time being). These books can be purchased from our Shopify store here for immediate fulfillment.
Last year I started a series of Console War prints, each focusing on a different generation of gaming (we are currently on the ninth generation of home gaming consoles!). Wave Two is finally up for preorder, and features the second three prints (generations 4,5 and 6) in the series. Like last time, the prints will […]
Over the past few months I’ve been working on a fun series of Console War Art Prints. We are now on the ninth generation of video game consoles, and I thought it would be fun to go through and imagine what each generation of the war would look like through the years. Sort of documenting […]
Our Kickstarter campaign for the new books is underway, and funded!
Note: I had planned these books for early 2020, but it suddenly became not a great time to produce and import product from Asia. They are on hold until such a time as I feel pandemic-related hurdles will not make a big project unnecessarily more difficult. For the past year or so, I’ve been working […]
Yesterday I posted to remind people of the Ctrl+Alt+Del Patreon, a campaign I’ve been running for the past four years that lets people directly support this website and, in return, get some bonus material as well. I’ve posted in the past about the shoddy state of the online advertising industry and how it’s not as […]
I’ve been struggling for a long while with how to continue with the future of The Starcaster Chronicles. I outlined some of the issues in my vlog post last year, but basically it came down with trying to reconcile my desire to produce more (or at least more regularly) pages of Starcaster with the only […]
Update: The books are gone, there are some DVDs left. I’ve added an option to purchase these outside of the US. I didn’t want to, because I think it’s expensive, but hey, it’s your call. Doing some cleaning last weekend, I came across a bunch of random old CAD merchandise. Old books, DVDs, comics books, […]
Okay, well, we had enough interest to move forward with getting these books to the EU. Now it’s time to see if we have enough follow-through. There is a button below to pre-order a CAD 1.0 Box set, delivered anywhere in Europe (except Russia, Israel and Turkey, more on that in a moment), for $120. […]
Spitballing some thoughts regarding the future of The Starcaster Chronicles and possibly producing more of it. Loading… Sound off in the comments below.
I meant to do this a long time ago, but I’ve gone back through the past year and retagged all of the Ethan/Lucas comic strips post-reboot as Analog and D-Pad. That way, they’ll fall into the same archive and it makes it easier to read it all together, since it’s all the same story/universe anyway. […]
In my limited free time, I’ve recently started working on my next set of books to hopefully bring to print. The Ctrl+Alt+Del 1.0 Box set contains everything up to November of 2012, and I’ve now put out an additional five years worth of content that I’d like to get organized and released. My goal is […]
I have continued the comic highlights from our January 2018 KDM campaign. I’ve decided to put them in the Sillies archive, for easier reading/storage. You can find the series starting here. !!!!WARNING- SPOILERS BELOW!!!!
My friends and I have started a new Kingdom Death campaign! Our first session was on Friday evening, and you can watch the full recording below to catch up before our next session on Tuesday night! If you (understandably) do not have four hours to watch every painful injury and disheartening roll of the hit […]
The holidays are upon us, and like most of you, I’m sure, it’s a pretty hectic time of year for me. I don’t live near my relatives, so getting together with family means a lot of packing and driving and overnights, etc on top of all the decorating and kids stuff, and blah blah blah– […]
So as I’m sure many of you noticed, we’ve ditched the plethora of ads we were trying out at the bottom of the page. You didn’t like them, I didn’t like them, and frankly, they weren’t bringing in so much money that it was worth the bile creeping up my throat every time I saw […]