Here's the thing about Boulet: As amazing as that guy's comics are, and stories like "The Long Journey" and "Darkness," the most incredible thing about them is how suddenly they appear. You're just minding your own business one day and then boom, there's a new forty-page Boulet masterpiece out there, and whatever you thought you were going to do that day becomes "read this new Boulet comic and then probably also all the others that I've already read." They're that good.
And that, my friends, is exactly what happened this week when the French cartoonist dropped "Kingdom Lost," a story that starts out with classic high fantasy and turns into something completely different.
I'm going to say this straight out: Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal creator Zachary Weiner doesn't really need your help to get his children's book, Augie and the Green Knight, published. In not even six full days, he reached the $200,000 mark on Kickstarter. His goal was $30,000. He's doing OK.
That said, it still may be worth backing the project to get yourself a copy of this book. The story sounds like a really fun adventure featuring a whip-smart young girl, and it's gorgeously illustrated by Boulet of the fantastic webcomic Bouletcorp. It may just be the perfect thing for a kid in your life, or, you know, yourself.
Upcoming:AdHouse will be printing Boulet's beloved 24-Hour Comic, Darkness, in April. Gaming: Activision has released its full extras info for The Amazing Spider-Man Ultimate Edition for the Wii U, which arrives on March 5.
Between 24-Hour Comic Day and Hourly Comics Day, there are some incredible comics out there being produced under some extreme deadline pressure. For an example, you don't have to look any further than yesterday's Hourly Comics offerings, which saw the usual excellence from Nedroid's Anthony Clark and a trip through
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