We thank all of you for reading the webcomic and even MORE for BUYING copies of “Super Indian Volume One.”
If anyone asks you what the heck this comic is about, this graphic might help:
**FYI — if you’ve never heard of an “Elevator Pitch” — it’s the shortest description you can use to describe your project.
As many of you know, WordPress and it’s many contributors update themes, plug-ins and such. There was an update today that we here at Rezium did — and all heck broke loose.
As soon as we can fix the problem, we’ll have ALL of the “Super Indian” webcomics back. In the meantime, here’s this week’s panel and next Monday’s panel.
Hope to have this all fixed before you even know it happened!
Next Week’s panel — for 1/20/2014.
Dodger fans, look closely and you might see Clayton “The Claw” Kershaw and Juan Uribe grinning in the background. Nothing like going zip-lining with Major League Baseball players!
We are hard at work here at Rezium Studios on a number of projects. Arigon is working on a 12-page story for the upcoming “Tales of the Mighty Code Talkers” from INC Comics that’s due later this year. Additionally, Arigon has completed work on Super Indian Issue #5, “The Curse of Blud Kwan’Tum.” If you’ve been reading — you’ll know the story is in the midst of telling the story of Blud Kwan’Tum and his nefarious origins!
As some of you know, every year Rezium Studios/Wacky Productions Unlimited send out special, unique Christmas cards to their friends and vendors. Here’s what year’s card looked like:
And a really fun story about the card from one of Super Indian’s biggest fans, poet/playwright Heid E. Erdrich:
Did I tell you I loved your card, Arigon? I reused it for a label on a gift at a white elephant and folks FOUGHT over the package.
What will you do with YOUR Super Indian Christmas card next year?