By Nathan Olsen & Robert Olsen

Going APE!


So due to some unfounded overconfidence, Nathan and I will be going to the Alternative Press Expo (APE) being held in San Francisco on October 17th and 18th. The APE convention is “One of the country‚Äôs most popular and vibrant alternative comics shows”. No really, it’s right there on their website. So, if you are interested in seeing the “talent” behind the comics, feel free to come out and introduce yourself. We are working on having an item or two for sale while we are there, but no promises at this time. Oh yeah, I should probably post this as well APE Comic Convention just in case anyone wants to go check out their site.

Haiku Comics Mentioned in Rue Morgue Magazine

Another item of note that I wanted to pass along is that one of our loyal readers J/Metro got Haiku Comics a small blurb in the magazine Rue Morgue. Granted, it is just a small paragraph in their Roadkill section, but it is our first “mainstream” mention of the site that I am aware of. So go check out J/Metro’s and Rue Morgue’s websites in appreciation of their appreciation of our site. (Yeah, I have a hard time reading that sentence also.)

Comments (8)

  1. Wicked sweet! I always love a good plug for my meager little blog!

    Glad I could help spread the word. I tried to convince them to do a full-length article, but hey, a paragraph is better than nothing, right?


  2. I think actual zombies would love these haiku comics, but they’d be hard pressed to express their approval, except through monotone groans mostly.

    • There are so many details that Bob and I need to hammer out at this point that I think the only way I can answer your question is to simply say this:

      We have plans to open an online store in the near future. The store will be used to sell things to people. One of those things for sale will no doubt be a print collection of our comics. I do not know whether that collection will be the same one that will be for sale at APE.

      However, if you really want one of the APE books, we could probably arrange something. You are one of our diehard fans, after all.

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