Think Weasel News!

There’s always stuff knocking around in our heads for Weasel merch and such. The current ideas are, in no particular order:
– Larry the Llama (Alpaca, actually) shirts
– Weasel Pair shirts
– some sort of Weasel character Shrinky Dinks. Keychains? Earrings? Suggestions welcome!
– comic strip templates. People ask Nick about this all the time, so we’ve decided to sell them in hard copy form as well as a pdf download on the site. We’ll sell them at Cons, too.
– new pins! Not sure of which characters yet, but probably 3 more

Also, we are going to roll out two new comic sites before Heroes Con (June 3-5). We are rolling out Drama Llamas, Inc and Awkward Ninja Squad. The Intermission Comics folks will have their own space eventually as well. :)

We will, of course, be at Heroes Convention in Charlotte NC the first weekend in June. I think we’ll be in the same location as last year so come say HI and check out our new stuff!

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Get the comic MANY ways!

We got listed with Graphic.ly!! You can now find Think Weasel small collections on Graphic.ly via app or web. The first collection *should* be available for free. They have it listed at $1.99 right now, but they should be changing it. Then they’ll be either $1.49 or $1.99 for subsequent issues.

You can also read Think Weasel! with Kapow!, an RSS reader app available in the iTunes store. We are in the process of getting on the new Comics Vox site and I plan to go for Comixology as well.

We will sell the small collections on these sites, still have the web strip free and we’ll sell the large collections at Cons. That’s the plan for now. We might also put the large collections on the Think Weasel! site along with sketchcards.

R.A.D. Cruise 2011

This weekend was the Rail Arts District Cruise, where a lot of the local shops and art groups opened their doors and let the public see what they do. I’ve lived in this area for several years now and Saturday was the first time I was able to get a good idea of what is available right next door. From artists, designers, glassblowers and printers, there is a wide variety of people I look forward to finding out more about in the year ahead. If you live in Atlanta and especially the Decatur area, I recommend checking out their site to see who is around.