Dethany in Virtu/Noir
I’m proud to debut “Dethany in Virtu/Noir,” an interactive novella featuring Dethany of “On the Fastrack” as she adopts a 1940s private eye persona to solve a crime in cyberspace. Along with John Lotshaw and my wife Teri Holbrook, we’ve created a unique blend of words and images, available for the iPad. Readers will be able to make choices determining the direction of the plot. The first section is free, and when you get to the first decision point you can view the rest by making an in-app purchase of $2.99. You can also watch the preview video here.
Dethany visits other comic strips
“GEST8,” the complete collection of “Safe Havens” strips from 2011 is now available for holiday gift-giving. See Jenny and Ming go through their pregnancies together, with Samantha caught in the middle.
2015 Kevin & Kell patron program
The 2015 patron program which supports all three of my strips, is now active. Every year I do a special parody print for those who contribute at the Light Herbivore Salad level and above, and for 2015 I’m featuring the female members of the cast as Disney princesses, plus Angelique as Malificent.
The print version of the 19th “Kevin & Kell” collection “MOUSCAR” is now available for purchase here! Meanwhile, the 2013 strip collections are still available, both from Lulu and now on Amazon. “Kevin & Kell’s” “Predator Camp” is on sale here. “Freshly Dethany” features the entire “On the Fastrack” year of 2010, when our favorite Goth joined the strip. (The book replaces “Dethany, the Corporate Goth” which is now permanently out of print.) The “Safe Havens” book also contains the calendar year of 2010, which was dominated by the cast’s epochal summer in Las Vegas. Its title is “Viva Safe Havens.” Don’t forget that the 2009 “Fastrack: Bailout” and “Safe Havens: I Married a Mermaid” collections are also on sale.
Don’t like dead trees? E-books for the “Kevin & Kell” collections “MOUSCAR” and “Predator Camp” are now available for purchase here for $8.99 each.
some excellent artists have created their own impressions of Fastrack’s “Dethany,” which you can view here.