Jimmy Plush t-shirts!

Posted: September 18, 2011 in Uncategorized

A couple things:

First of all, to those of you that don’t know, Jimmy Plush, Teddy Bear Detective is also available on Kindle. You can GET IT HERE. Only 4.95.

Also, for the frugal Bizarro fan, for only $20, you can sign up for a month workshop on the writing of Weird Fiction, horror and Bizarro. It starts October 1st, so you’ve got until then to sign up if you’re interested. MORE INFO

I’m really excited about this last piece of news I have for you. I met Nick Gucker while he was doing some art for a piece in the upcoming anthology The Aklonomicon, from Aklo Press. The piece in question is an interview with Jimmy Plush and one of the characters from Jordan Krall’s upcoming book Tentacle Death Trip. Joe Pulver asked the questions and Jordan Krall and I answered them. Nick provided the art. While preparing for this, Nick did some great sketches of Jimmy Plush, one of which I ended up using as the signature sheet for people that preordered special editions of Jimmy Plush, Teddy Bear Detective. When Sam Mc Canna of Skurvy Ink asked about doing Jimmy Plush t-shirts, the first thing I thought of were Nick’s sketches. Samuel Deats’ cover art for Jimmy Plush is thoroughly awesome. But, Nick’s sketches are a great, unique take on the character and I love them. They feel like something special that should be shared with big fans. Sam agreed and did up some kickass shirts that you can BUY HERE. They’re affordable and really cool. Also available are t shirts featuring the Apocalypse Donkey, from Jordan Krall’s Beyond the Valley of the Apocalypse Donkeys! Skurvy Ink is doing fantastic stuff for Bizarro and if you support the genre, support Skurvy Ink…and look cool doing it.

 

 

 

Comments
  1. nickthehat says:

    Thanks for the kind words Garrett, I had a blast working on that insane story with you, Joe and Jordan. Shirts came out really nice, I’ve gotten some good responses by it, and i get to pimp you, Jimmy and Sam’s Skurvy Ink all in one very colorful explanation.
    Hope do cross paths again in the future to put art to your excellent prose.
    IA! IA!

    • garrettcook says:

      I had a blast working on that story, though writing dialogue for Jimmy Plush is always exhausting. There are oneliners of his that I don’t get until I read them like four times. And your art on that is killer.

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