Just a few of the new prizes you can get for backing Dead Meat during its final 24 hours!
Original Billy & Mandy artwork! Underfist shirts! Model cars! Billy & Mandy pillow and posters! Be an extra in Dead Meat!
The Billy & Mandy goodies include shipping as soon as the Kickstarter ends, so you can get ‘em in time for the holidays.
Big thanks to everyone who’s backed Dead Meat already. I’ve gotten hundreds of new followers on Tumblr in the last few weeks due to the Kickstarter, so if you Billy & Mandy fans haven’t checked out the page in a while, now’s the time!
Pass the word along and be a part of Dead Meat!
COOL SH*T. SO MUCH COOL SH*T
We funded the Bee and Puppycat now for this and it’ll be perfect. Help with Maxwell Atoms newest project.
Super-Thanks to Pan-Pizza for making this power-point presentation! Check it out!
Oh, and one small correction— Suzuki isn’t the focus of the love triangle in Dead Meat. That’s Dead Meat himself! How would YOU feel if some dirty mutant tried to get between you and your dog!?
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Here’s a higher resolution version of the map. Map of Sokal Sector is this week’s new print for the Dead Meat Kickstarter. If you like this print (or any of the others) you can get them as poster prints or signed & numbered lithographs.
The map has a few actual locations from the series as written so far. Beverly Holes is where the first few episodes of Dead Meat take place, and then there’s the Mutant Hunter’s Guild, Old L.A., and Cabazon Monster Territory. But mostly this map is my homage to the tiny Sergio Aragones and Spy vs Spy cartoons in the corners of Mad Magazine. Those definitely instilled in me a lust for teeny details and stories within stories.
Check out the rest of the prints here:
I finally got the loot table together. That’s more loot that you can shake TWO sticks at, sez I! I also made sure that the DVD appeared in all the higher levels. Because duh.
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It’s Alive! The Dead Meat Kickstarter is Alive!
It’s stumbling around the lab shooting blood out of its neck and smashing things with its big stupid hands! Quick! Someone give it your credit card number before it destroys us all!
Doing a Kickstarter for film is sort of strange. With most Kickstarter projects (comics, games, tech), what you see is what you get. Film requires a lot of trust in ideas and the people making the project. Hopefully over the years I’ve earned that trust!
As excited as I am about this Kickstarter, I’m only excited about it because it means that maybe I’ll get to actually show you Dead Meat in a year or so. It’s a project that’s as close to my heart as anything I’ve ever done (strange as it may be to say that about a post-apocalyptic horror-comedy) and I can’t wait to share it with you!
The next challenge will be getting people over to Kickstarter to look at this thing. If you feel like passing this on to the world… I certainly won’t complain.
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Let me know when you’re ready to go grab some burritos.
So here I am, locked up in my room, not being social, watching all the inuyasha anime openings and endings
It was the late ’90s and I was at an interesting phase of my career. For the first time in my life I possessed relevant qualifications, experience and could also show a successful track record in my chosen career path. I had the job seeker’s trifecta. It was also summer and my current employer…