Eternal Con was thoroughly rocked by the Rune Works booth and the POWkabam crew as the creator of Blackwood State gave away *WTF* an exclusive and FREE Blackwood State one-shot comic!
Ivan O'Neill has the world's funniest, raunchiest, most diabolical state school to life in book form.
Fans got sketches and met the Creator himself, as they reveled in Blackwood dogma. Many swarmed the imprint online to scoop up exclusive backers-only variant issues of Blackwood State, as the publisher Pentian crowdfunds for a comic book tour of epic proportion!
The prizes are extreme! For a $150 in funding,
$150, backers receive a special comic designed superficially for the contributor. Using a seven word sentence and a picture, O'Neill will create a 1 page comic about the contributor (and end up being totally ridiculous with it) + you get SIGNED copies of Blackwood State Issues # 1-3 with Limited Variant Covers + Bookmark + T-shirt + Blackwood State coffee mug & personal “Thank You” Letter from Gwen, T.A. at Blackwood State University and you earn 1.50% of the royalties from the comic issues when they're sold.
Holy sh%t, right?
For Blackwood State, O'Neill calls on a notorious state college and the life of a young lady struggling to live in a world that has no idea how not to crap on those that value the study of English writing.
Alongside her fellow literary comrades, Guinevere Katz must attempt to keep her sanity and her grade as she survives one of the most obnoxious experiences of her academic career . . . and her professional career . . . and her life as a sentient being.
Calling on father Bill Shakespeare, as her god, and Falstaff as her inner muse and bartender, Gwen's deteriorative, drunken English career is a journey that seems perennially poised on the brink of disaster. Just how the hell does one make a living with a degree in English anyway?
You can help crowdfund the hilarious comic's book tour and grab some really exclusive variant covers, tee's, mugs, and more fun stuff at www.Pentian.com here, but act now before these items sell out forever.
Artists looking at art.