Monday, 28 September 2020

2020 Dave tries to outdo 1977 Dave, and I think he nails it...

Hi, Everybody!

ITEM: It's Monday:

ITEM: Update from Carson and Sean on the Kickstarter for Dave and Carson Grubaugh's You Don't Know Jack, (which has an Indiegogo, still):
Hello friends of Jack! I come to you today with a grave message.

Ten percent of you have still not filled out your surveys!

Without the data on your survey (i.e. your address!) we will have no way to get you your pledge rewards. Carson will box them up, write your backer name on them, and then they will sit under his desk, sadly, forlorn, collecting dust until the day you fill it out or otherwise contact us with your address.

Please. Pretty pretty please. Fill out your survey as soon as humanly possible, so we can get you your rad stuff!

Okay. Running out of options. Only one. LAST. CHANCE.

A, ahem, lighter message will follow tomorrow :)

Thank you all again for your support! We can't tell you how much we appreciate it!

[Emphasis mine -Matt] 

ITEM: Batvark: PENIS is in stores (The "Censored For Grandma Variant" Batvark: XXXXX, might be in stores... I haven't heard anything either way. The VIRGIN Batvark: PENIS variant is available if you know a guy who knows a guy. (I'm a guy...))

ITEM: Cerebus masks and whatnots, I added the Cerebus in Hell? Logo, the THIRD Amicable Spider-Vark design (this one has the logo and Spider-Vark on the same side), and the Approval Is An Authoritarian Construct logo. Unless someone demands them, I'm leaving Joe Cerebus and Donald J. Cerebus out...

ITEM: Signed copies of Vark Wars: Walt's Empire Strikes Back (Signed by Dave, Signed by Dave and me, Signed by me after I scribble out Dave's name, Pretty much available Signed only...) (I only mention it because I still have them...)

ITEM: The Wilf Jenkins Collection available from Looking For Heroes, for $10 (CAD) plus $4 dollars shipping to Canada and $5 dollars shipping to the USA. All the money goes to the Food Bank of the Waterloo Region. I haven't heard if these have been processed and are available for purchase, but I haven't heard that they're not either...

ITEM: Limited overstock of SOME of the items from the Remastered Cerebus #1 Kickstarter campaign are available from (and a couple of items exclusive to are there too.) Speaking of, today's Moment of Cerebus comes from the fine folks at the Waverly Press who sent in:
Good morning Matt.

Since the Cerebus No. 1 Kickstarters have been fulfilled I thought it good time to show how Dave's original art sketchbook covers turned out.

He made 6 total.
They look great:

If you're one of the lucky bastards who got one of these, know that I hate you. I hate you so damn much...

The Waverly Press continued:
There are 2 extras which have the art as wraparound covers but I'm not yet sure what we are going to do with those.
Click for bigger:

They continued:
We might offer them on the XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX.
What's that blacked out bit?

That's for me to know and you to wildly speculate buddy...

Thanks to everybody who e-mailed me so I didn't have to really write a post today!

Next Time: Hopefully something comes into the Ol' AMOC Mailbag like it did today...


john g. said...

Wait. There’s a lot happening here. There’s Kickstarters, Indiegogos, Cerebusoverloads, etc., so I’m a little confused (or maybe just a little slow). Are you saying that with the package that comes with the Kickstarter Remastered Cerebus # 1, Dave randomly inserted six sketchbooks with original Cerebus sketches on them? If so, then I feel like that Willy Wonka kid hoping to find a Golden Ticket, because mine hasn’t arrived in the mail yet. Woo woo!

Mouse Skull Entertainment said...

Uh, no...

Six people paid like $750 bucks for a headsketch.

These are those.


john g. said...

Oh, O.K. Thanks.