Read Fredrikus, a story about an anthropomorphic dog in a dystopian sci-fi world, by going here.
And, as always, I’m available for questions or comments by going here.
At long last, Fredrikus the webcomic is released into the world!
Debuting today is the cover to the first issue and the opening page, which you can read on-line for free by going here. (Refresh your browser if you’ve visited before.)
Also released are the Fredrikus tiers on Patreon, which I talked about here.
Both platforms treat you to the comic on a weekly schedule. (The Patreon version, which includes bonus material, airs Thursdays; the regular version airs Fridays).
Follow the story of an anthropomorphic dog in a dystopian sci-fi world. Find out his quirks. Learn about his work. Read about his life.
Go check Fredrikus out!
See you in tomorrow’s newsletter.
Project Jackass Title Revealed: Fredrikus.
A while back on Patreon, I gave my patrons a patron-first announcement (a perk to being a patron), which was the reveal of the true title of Project Jackass.
Project Jackass was the placeholder title for an upcoming comic strip series from me called Fredrikus.
Fredrikus is that dog you see on the cover of Canister X Comix or throughout my Inktober 2019 sketches. Fred the Dog was a character I created during my time in animation school way back when animation was done on stone tablets that you’d throw past a guy at rapid succession to create the illusion of motion. (Har har.)
Fredrikus is structured as episodic strips, ranging between a single-panel gag and a couple comic pages, and is a mix of humor, heart, and a little bit of social justice with a dose of cynicism.
The plan is for the strips to be collected at some point in comic book format for collectors.
As for how this thing will be published–as in the business model–we’re looking at making it a webcomic (with the aforementioned print version once enough–or close to enough–have aired). The goal of the comic is to simply create an anything-goes comic playground where I can noodle with ideas and styles and experiment with the medium. There’s a general overarching plot to the whole thing, but readers can jump in at any point and will have no trouble piecing it together.
I’ll reveal more of the premise at a different time, but if you like dystopian sci-fi with some of the monster and superhero stuff I normally do, you’ll dig this.
Release is still a ways off, but plenty of strips are written along with some fun side material, and the drawing phase is about half complete in regards to where I want to be before launch.
Stay tuned . . .