Monday 22 January 2024

Narutobus: An ALMOST complete story...

 Hi, Everybody!

Spatula pointed out I missed a page of Narutobus. So here ya go, click for bigger:

And, Mondays!
Friend to the Blog, Steve Peters new Kickstarter, it ends on Feburary 1st.
Living the Line has a new one: TIHKU!
Coming Soon: Greener Pastures #8

Larry Shell!
Heritage, that's the link to ALL 34 of Larry's auctions. The Dave ones are:
But there is more than just Dave, so click around and see what Larry has.
And remember, it's for CHARITY!

You can order a copy of the New AV Book: the Cerebus #1 Facsimile Edition. Also available in Signed: Cerebus #1 Facsimile Edition Signed. (Final Order Cutoff is next week the 23rd or 24th.)

The AMOC TeePublic Shoppe: up to 35% off:

Your store will be up to 35% off
January 25-28.*
*Sale dates are not final and therefore subject to change.

The Help Out Bill Messner-Loebs Go Fund Me, or buy Rodney Schroeter's book with proceeds going to Bill.

The Last Day Without nothing.
   "      "     "        "  Dave's signature.
   "      "     "        "  an Old Cerebus Remarque
   "      "     "     Auction catalog for the Panoramic Remarques

Oliver's Cerebus movie: The Absurd, Surreal, Metaphysical, and Fractured Destiny of Cerebus the Aardvark it's currently available on "Plex", "Xumo", "Vimeo On Demand", "Tubi". If you're in Brazil..."Mometu", "Nuclear Home Video". 

Next Time: Jen. Alex Raymond. DEATH!


Anonymous said...

Hmm, yes, these are all normal words of someone that is mentally stable.

Birdsong said...

Hey Anonymous, is part two of your argument coming out soon or is that it? It's because of people like you that God doesn't talk to us anymore. Go watch TV and worship a celebrity, I'm sure it will pay off eventually.

The Literate Engineer said...

Is Narutobus going to be released like Akimbo? Sorry if you’ve already covered this.

Glen said...

Is there anything new in the "Cerebus the Aardvark #1 Facesmile Edition" compared to the Kickstarter one I received as a reward?

New covers, unreleased art, essay, etc?

Damian T. Lloyd, Esq. said...
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Birdsong said...

I deleted Damian Lloyd's comment. As I told Matt Dow, using a few naughty words, as long as I have the ability to do so I will continue to delete any comments he leaves here. It's him or me. Period.

Birdsong said...

Oh, sorry, meant to respond to the actual fans. Glen, the facsimile edition has no extras. The cover has "Facsimile Edition 2024" under the logo and on the back cover there is a comparison of the real Pink Floyd and the counterfeit version. The inside front cover has been restored (it was reversed to a black on white version in the Waverly Press edition) and has "PRINTED IN CANADA" and "FACSIMLE EDITON" at the bottom. Other than that the only changes are Sean Robinson's remastered interior and my restoration of the cover that I may have cleaned up a little more than needed, but it sure looks good.

The Literate Engineer, the Narutobus issue is the next Kickstarter after AKIMBO, and like AKIMBO it will be released to comic shops after the Kickstarter ends.

After that - The Varkdalorian.

Steve said...

To quote J. Wellington Wimpy: "Let's you and him fight!"

But actually rather unfortunate. Damien certainly seems to get personal satisfaction in drawing ire; and Birdsong is so quick to give Damian that satisfaction.

Is this really worth that effort from either of them?!


Tony Dunlop said...

Huh. Did Sim give Birdsong authority to have a thin skin on Sim's behalf?

Mouse Skull Entertainment said...

Aw, leave him alone fellas.

"There are more things in heaven and earth than are dreamt of in your philosophy."


Ian Rowan said...

"I am Damian T. Lloyd, Esquire. I own a mansion and a yacht."

The Literate Engineer said...

Okay, if the Kickstarters are going to be released to comic shops, I assume it’s okay to support my local retailer and wait.

Tony again said...

Leave whom alone, Matt? David or Damian? Of course all David has done is leave me wanting to know what Damian said that got him all huffy. (Actually I can guess, as Dame doesn't have too many distinct themes.)