seagullinvasion:

Super fun freaky ass pop from my newest musical endeavor Fake Sick!!!!

Check it out here www.fakesick.bandcamp.com

Joel Skavdahl (Seagull Invasion) and Daniel Clark (Crunchy Person) are united in Fake Sick.

Download their album from Bandcamp now!

neoglyphicmedia:

drew—miller:

smallpresspreviews:

Orbiter’s Prism by Drew Miller

Published by Neoglyphic Media

Orbiter’s Prism is an incredibly dense, fully painted existentialist romp with Mr. Fergeson, an artist who creates 2-D tools for expanding consciousness. One day, while overseeing the manufacture of his newest portfolio of creations in his factory, something strange begins to happen within Fergeson’s own mind. A new client is trying to commission a tool from him and he is determined to connect the dots.

16 pages, full color throughout, offset printed

$5

Order here

NEW COMIC IS OUT

Very happy about the new release from Drew Miller! Here’s three pages from the book that we’ve decided to release as a preview. ENJOY!

We’re getting down to the last bundles of the Emergence newspaper we printed for Free Comic Book Day back in March, but all orders of Orbiter’s Prism will have copies thrown in for free!

Look for the first installment of Drew’s ongoing experimental saga Turkey Neck Island in the centerfold and get ready for more to come!

SHAME by Joel Skavdahl
Order here

SHAME by Joel Skavdahl

Order here

BLACK by Joel Skavdahl
Order here
SOLD OUT!!!

BLACK by Joel Skavdahl

Order here

SOLD OUT!!!

drew—miller:

smallpresspreviews:

Orbiter’s Prism by Drew Miller

Published by Neoglyphic Media

Orbiter’s Prism is an incredibly dense, fully painted existentialist romp with Mr. Fergeson, an artist who creates 2-D tools for expanding consciousness. One day, while overseeing the manufacture of his newest portfolio of creations in his factory, something strange begins to happen within Fergeson’s own mind. A new client is trying to commission a tool from him and he is determined to connect the dots.

16 pages, full color throughout, offset printed

$5

Order here

NEW COMIC IS OUT

Very happy about the new release from Drew Miller! Here’s three pages from the book that we’ve decided to release as a preview. ENJOY!

asks:
Are you guys gonna be at SPX?

Nope, next up for us will be CAB and Short Run in November!

smallpresspreviews:

POOR THING #1 by Drew Miller

Published by Neoglyphic Media

Poor Thing marks the debut work from an amazing young cartoonist; Drew Miller offers up this first issue of a new ongoing series, done in a ‘one-man anthology’ style and featuring some of the drippyest, oozinest, funniest comics you’ll ever see. This first issue immerses us into a darkly hilarious world of meticulously detailed grime and cartoony goofery. To coin a term, Ren and Stimpy-esque. The intricacy of Drew’s pen work is phenomenal! The next issue couldn’t come soon enough.

Reviews:

32 pages, color cover, black & white interior, saddle-stitched

$8

Order Here!

Wow! This is really cool! Neoglyphic Media is part of this awesome new project, along with a bunch of other small press publishers.

This blog will serve as a version of the gigantic Previews catalog, which comic shops order from each month, but it will specifically focus on work from a slew of radical small publishers.

What a great idea! Follow this blog and see all kinds of rad new comics coming out each month!

drew—miller:

ripexpo:

RIPExpo 2014 report from Christa, grade 8:
“I thought that the RIPExpo was really interesting and inspiring. There were all these different people with different styles and stories. It gave me a lot of variety to look at. It made me realize that I shouldn’t care what other people think about what I come up with and that it could be mine and be proud of it. All the different people and their art was amazing!”

I couldn’t have said it better

drew—miller:

ripexpo:

RIPExpo 2014 report from Christa, grade 8:

“I thought that the RIPExpo was really interesting and inspiring. There were all these different people with different styles and stories. It gave me a lot of variety to look at. It made me realize that I shouldn’t care what other people think about what I come up with and that it could be mine and be proud of it. All the different people and their art was amazing!”

I couldn’t have said it better

An ode to garlic by Zoe Petersen.
You can find some of her art in the cracks and crevices of Emergence #1

An ode to garlic by Zoe Petersen.

You can find some of her art in the cracks and crevices of Emergence #1