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Wednesday, September 1st, 2010

Earlier this week, on the heals of Comicon, senior members of The Fictory sat down with long time friends of the studio Damian Eby and Parker Lindstrom. In addition to being super handsome, these guys are tag-team hosts of a podcast called Stick It In Your Ear Hole. In a flurry of editing they took our mumbling and turned it into an actual sequence of coherent sentences, sometimes referred to as a conversation. We discuss every thing from the Fictory Comics, to Fubar, and of course… Atomic Robo: Last Stop. Be sure to LISTEN.

(From Left to Right: Parker Lindstrom, Jeff McComsey, Joseph W. Krzemienski, Steve Becker, Dominic Vivona. Photo by Damian Eby)

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Wednesday, August 25th, 2010

Over the past few months we’ve been working our butts off to bring you Atomic Robo: Last Stop. I know I speak for the whole crew when I say, we’re happy to finally reveal a little taste of things to come. Available in four  flavors (480p, 720p, 1080p and youtube) for your viewing pleasure, the Atomic Robo: Last Stop Teaser. Enjoy.

And hey, if you’re going to be in Baltimore this weekend for the Comicon, be sure to stop by Artist’s Alley booth A21.There you can check out the trailer in person, meet some of the crew, and participate in a raffle for some awesome Last Stop related goodies! In the meantime, make sure to Watch the Atomic Robo: Last Stop Teaser on Youtube and our official Atomic Robo: Last Stop page.

Be sure to also head  over to our new Fictory Comics branch for 5 options of fresh online comic content.

You can also download the Press Release: Atomic Robo Last Stop -Teaser-PRESS RELEASE

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Thursday, August 5th, 2010

I just love to gush about the f***king rad shit our people are working on in and outside of the Fictory. Well, look out! Because Jeff McComsey (Fictory Creative Director) has just dropped an gnarled and festering bomb on the world at large. Set in an alternate zombie infested World War II, FUBAR  is McComsey’s latest zombie infested sequential entry. Now, if you’re about to say “oh great, another zombie story”, I humbly suggest that you shut the hell up.

Acting as creator and creative director, McComsey’s managed to assemble an international team of indie all-stars. Including 3 more of the Fictory’s frequent collaborators, Dominic Vivona (Production Director), Steve Becker (Production Artist), and Helaine Crawford (Creative and Animation Assistant). To learn all there is to know about FUBAR jump on over to McComsey’s FUBAR BLOG. And be sure to look for him at the Baltimore Comicon were you can get your hands on the Graphic Novel, hot off the Alterna Comics presses.

Also shoot over to GeekChicDaily or Battlemouth for some great external write ups.

Don’t forget to check out other titles by Jeff, Steve, and Dom over at theFictoryComics, for FREE!!! American Terrror (Jeff), Stabb Gunner (Steve), and Mutualism (Dominic).

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Introducing The Fictory Comics ::

Monday, July 5th, 2010

It’s been a long time coming, but it’s finally here. Presenting The Fictory Comics. Visit the site daily for updates from more then five creators. Bear with us as we work out the kinks! Oh and don’t forget to check out our friends at the NERDCAST. This weekend we all sat down and talked about the properties premeiring on the site. You can LISTEN HERE.

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Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

So forgive me for gushing but, I’m really really excited about my upcoming graphic novel, Stabb Gunner. I love great sequential art, and if not for the comics I read in my formative years, I very likely would be living under a bridge right now. As I mentioned in a previous blog, Stabb Gunner has been kicking around in my head for years now. So when I was talking to penciler, Courtland Ellis, I had an idea and even sketches of what Stabb Fisticuffs might look like.

The following images are an example of how a character’s evolves drastically over time. Moving from my head, to paper, through Courtland, over to Steve Becker (on inks), and back to Courtland again for color.

STABB 1.0 by Joseph W. Krzemienski

STABB 2.0 pencils by Courtland Ellis

STABB 3.0 Pencil & Color by Courland Ellis, Ink and Tone by Steve Becker

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