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Welcome to leexopher.com v4.0!
It's been a long time coming, and I'm happy to say I finally got this thing redesigned. The new site is optimized for mobile devices and various display sizes, courtesy of squarespace.com. Ideally it will also be easier to edit and update more regularly, so this will be a work in progress for some time. I just have a few notes for you guys as you take a look around:
Rock of Pages
The main attraction is still the comic Rock of Pages. The prologue chapter, Overture, is available for the first time online, and keen eyed readers will notice that the whole series has been re-lettered. There are a few minor art changes as well, so in a lot of ways it should be a new reading experience. Which brings me to...
In case you missed it, my first short print run of the complete Rock of Pages arrived last weekend. I'm still working on getting a new online store set up also, so for the time being, you'll have to catch me at a convention to snag a copy. The next one I'll be exhibiting at is SPACE in Columbus, OH on July 18-19.
Speaking of conventions, I've got a new page that lists all the upcoming shows I'll be attending. Keep an eye peeled there to see where I'll be next.
For now, please check out my deviantart page to view my portfolio.
Beyond that, follow me on Facebook and Twitter to stay in the loop about future updates (I've got a bunch of exciting new stuff planned!). And shoot me a line if you dig the new layout, or if you find any bugs to report. If you like anything, be sure to click one of those fancy Share buttons below and spread the word.
I've got a feeling v4.0 is going to be the best one yet!
Greetings People of Earth.
All of my fans have been up in arms about having to wait two months for a Rock of Pages update, and both of them want to know what's going on. Well, the bad news is you're going to have to wait just a little longer.
I recently took on a new full time job that keeps me occupied 40 hours a week. As much as I love the flexible schedule of freelancing, it just wasn't enough to pay the bills and I couldn't pass up this opportunity. That being said, I'm still 100% committed to keeping this comic going. Everything's just taking a little longer these days.
Also, since last issue, I've been working on a lot of stuff that doesn't necessitate updating the website. First off, I made my own font, which makes lettering way easier, and it looks way better. It's going to debut in a new Rock of Pages #0 issue, which is the other thing that's been keeping me busy. This is going to be available in print as part of my 2012 convention exclusive. While I don't have my convention schedule finalized yet, I expect it to premier at the Gem City Comic Con, on March 31.
Coming up next for me is the Saga of Fred Lactus: Chapter 5. The Lactus stuff always seems to take more time , so I imagine it'll be a couple months before it's up here. Thanks for your patience.
Finally, I'd like to extend my gratitude to everyone who's visited the site this year. Your feedback and support really make it all worthwhile and I hope you each have an awesome holiday season. This year's been great for me and I hope it only gets better in 2012!