The Cartoon Picayune
18Dec/130

Subscriber Drive: Reef by Adrian Pijoan

The last comic in the new issue is the featured story and is by Adrian Pijoan. He was in the first class at Tom Hart's SAW and has recently taken his passion for science and comics to the University of New Mexico. "Reef" explores the science behind the phenomenon of coral reef bleaching and the latest theories on why it might be happening. Take a look at this extended preview and I'll meet you at the bottom:

This lengthy, in-depth look into the real science of an issue that effects everyone is only possible because of the generous advertisers, donors, and subscribers to The Cartoon Picayune. To read the rest of Adrian's piece, as well as all the others featured in this Subscriber Drive, and to get the limited edition screen print, subscribe today!

17Dec/130

Subscriber Drive: Fernando and the Furries by Bill Volk

Remember Bill Volk from Issue #2? He's back, with more tales of weird Pittsburgh. This is a great story about an fascinating community. Here's footage of the record-breaking parade. You can buy the new issue here, or start your subscription with it here, and recieve our new screen printed postcard.

16Dec/130

Subscriber Drive: Good Hands by Jackie Roche


Today our Subscriber Drive features the first page of Jackie Roche's story in the new issue. I love her style and her enthusiasm for history and folk stories. This story, about Edwin Booth and (spoilers!) Robert Todd Lincoln, is a great example. You can buy the new issue here, or start your subscription with it here, and recieve our new screen printed postcard.