The Cartoon Picayune

Subscriber Drive: The CP Postcard

Check it out! This is the beautiful limited edition postcard that Dakota did exclusively for The Cartoon Picayune. It is printed on French Paper Co.'s rich Muscletone Whip Cream stock, in vibrant navy and orange/gold. VGKids did a beautiful job printing it. I love the way Dakota applied his amazing cartooning chops and whimsical, if sometimes disconcerting, style that is often on display in his Dailies. His first book is now available from Conundrum Press, and I cannot wait to see it in person.

For now you can only recieve this beautiful postcard by becoming a subscriber as part of our ongoing Subscriber Drive, which will start you off with the brand new Winter Issue, with the theme of Small Worlds.


The Winter 2013 Issue, Small Worlds

The Small Worlds issue is now available to order. That awesome dollhouse cover is by Beth Hetland. Order now and recieve it in time for Christmas. (Gift wrapping is now available and new issues can be shipped before Xmas!) Through next week, I'll be posting more information about it each day as part of our first ever Subscriber Drive!

The reason I'm doing a Subscriber Drive for this issue, instead of a launch party or a debut at a convention, is to show how important subscribers are to the growth of The Cartoon Picayune. A Subscription is cheap: only $10 for one year (and two issues) or $20 for two years (and four issues). Shipping is included, and not only do a save a little money buying this way, but paying upfront gives me the opportunity to do really great things. Your subscription has allowed Andy Warner to take his first foray into reporting, and in this issue, it has helped Adrian Pijoan create awesome groundbreaking science comics (more on this in a day or two).

Please consider subscribing and starting off with this new issue. Your subscription means a lot to The Cartoon Picayune, and it means a lot to me, personally as Editor.

Also, for something extra special, all subscribers will now recieve a limited edition screen print drawn by ascendent first-son-of-Canada Dakota McFadzean until supplies last. I'll talk a little more about that tomorrow, but check out a sneak peak of that hotness below. Thanks again!

-Josh Kramer