Well, that about wraps it up for TLZ. This has been one heck of a journey. From TLZ’s humble beginnings in my final year of college in 2004 when it was originally planned to be an animated musical, to this last page of the comic it became. Ten years this story has been with me and though the path took some turns it’s finally reached the end of the road. I learned a lot while making this comic. It taught me dedication, scheduling, more about WordPress then I ever thought I’d know and what it takes to make a weekly webcomic. I never missed an update and it’s something I’m extremely proud of. This was my first long form comic, it was my first original story and it was my first foray into webcomics. It’s kind of weird to say goodbye to this story as it’s been such a huge part of my life for so long. I’ll surely miss it.
Though TLZ is over, I’m not done making comics. Creephouse Comics is in full swing and we have some exciting new stuff already out and some more awesome stuff coming. The first issue of my new comic The Haunter is out now. It’s a fun filled, ongoing, all ages horror, superhero romp. Please check out the site to order a copy or if digital is your thing, it’s up for sale on Comixology as well over here.
To keep up to date with all the Creephouse Comics news, please sign up for out news letter here. We will be giving out free digital comics only to newsletter subscribers and it’s the only way to get our other new comic Krush McNulty and the Siren Planet, our love letter to old pulp sci fi stories when it comes out on Sept 3rd. It’s written by the other half of Creephosue Comics William Tooker with art by myself.
Also, while TLZ may be over for now, we will be collecting the whole story in one volume for both print and digital release as well as releasing our other book Never Send a Monster sometime during October for Halloween.
I hope you come along with me and Creephouse Comics. I’m not nearly done.
I want to give a HUGE thank you to everybody who took the time to read TLZ. To everybody who stopped by my table at cons the past four years and bought a book or print or just said hello. To everybody who shared the comic. To all the people who wrote about it and all the podcasters and interviewers who had me on their show or posted an article about it. To all my friends who encouraged me, made sketches of TLZ or just helped spread the word. And to my amazing girlfriend Desirae, who was with me when I started putting these pages up four years ago and spent time with me almost every week as I sat and drew a new page. She is my inspiration in all things. Again, thank you to everybody, I couldn’t have done it without you.
There’s only two more weeks left for Teenage Love Zombies but I’m not done making funny books. Creephouse Comics is going strong and we’ll we have a couple new books on the way this year alone. First up is my new comic The Haunter. It’s about a town called Darkport that is inhabited by monsters, zombies, ghouls, vampires, mummies and humans. Sometimes things don’t always go according to plan and The Haunter is there to make sure they do. If that sounds interesting how would you like a free copy of issue #1? All you have to do is sign up for the Creephouse Comics newsletter and a free digital copy will be mailed right to you!
How does that sound? Just click here to sign up and enjoy the free comic!
As you know by now, Teenage Love Zombies is coming to an end in a short while. While TLZ is coming to an end, I hope you’ll join me for my new comic series The Haunter. The first issue is now for sale!
You can swing by the the Creephouse Comics store and pick up a print or digital copy of the first issue. The party doesn’t stop when TLZ ends.
If you are going to be in the the Denver area this weekend, swing on by the Denver Comic Con and the Creephouse Comics table and say hello. We’ll have two brand two books, some new prints, and whimsy. If you need to know where we are, I made this handy to use map of the convention floor. Well, I didn’t make the map part.
I hope too see you there!
Denver Comic Con is right around the corner and I’m preparing with some new books and some new art. Teenage Love Zombies is going to be representing with a brand new print!
These will be available in the store after DCC.
Also, we are 10 weeks from the finale of TLZ. I can hardly believe it!
Wow, it’s been awhile since my last update. Things have been a bit hectic as I’ve been preparing not one but three new books! Creephouse Comics is going to have a banner year for releases, but more on that later.
As you know, Teenage Love Zombies is destined to end. That end will happen sometime in July, I’ll post the exact date when it’s closer. TLZ has been going on near four years now. It was always written to end and I can’t believe it’s so close to over. I can’t express how much gratitude I have for everybody who stopped by to check out the comic, share it, write about it, contribute fan art or just say you’re doing a good job. We still have a couple month of TLZ goodness left but if you’ve liked the comic I hope you will check out the new books coming out soon.
First up is my new comic series The Haunter. It won’t be a webcomic but a traditional print and digital single issue comic series. The first issue will be available in June. I made a blog documenting the entire process and development of the first issue. Check out thehauntercomic.com for all the fun.
Secondly, you may also know that TLZ lives under the umbrella of Creephouse Comics, my publishing company with writer extraordinaire William Tooker. While he didn’t write TLZ or The Haunter we do have a couple new books coming out very soon. First up will be the collected anthology Never Send a Monster featuring three tales of all ages horror fun. The next will be Krush McNulty and the Siren Planet, our love letter to pulp sci-fi. Krush will be the first digital only comic from Creephouse. Never Send a Monster will be available in June and Krush will follow later in the summer. For all the details please check out creephousecomics.com
I thoroughly hope you enjoy the rest of Teenage Love Zombies and that you come along for the ride after. It means the world to us!