Into the Wild

Today I wanted to share a really cool email I received from Angela (an avid PC Weenies reader) who purchased PC Weenies Book 1 (a.k.a. Rebootus Maximus) as a gift for her husband.

Hi Krishna,

Eric totally LOVES the book. I knew he would :)
And he couldn’t get over the personalization.

I was working from home yesterday, and he has this week off. So, he was lying on the couch bursting out with laughs here and there while reading the book, and I was really trying to focus on my work. It was quite difficult to get anything done b/c I kept asking which strip he was reading, to laugh along with him.

Angela eric

Angela’s email really put a smile on my face. Thank you, Angela!

Online cartoonists are often starved of any type of feedback on our work whatsoever. We toil for hours on end and put our soul into our work – and often we are met with pin drop silence. Reading a comment on the blog, receiving an email, or even getting a quick tweet from a reader about my work is something that keeps me going.

It’s the best way to support an online cartoonist without spending a cent. (Of course, monetary support in the form of buying merch and the like are also great ways to show your support.)

Speaking of merch, I’m selling eBook (PDF) versions of PC Weenies Book 1 for only $5. You can order yours by hitting the button below. If you picked up a new tablet this holiday season, 5 bucks will get you 120 pages of comics in an easy to read format. Buy one for yourself or a friend.

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Tune in on Friday for the conclusion to the Clone Bob Saga!

-Krishna

About the author

Krishna Sadasivam creates custom comics and illustrations for organizations, magazines and companies. A champion of comics advocacy, Krishna speaks, blogs, and writes articles on illustration and sequential arts techniques and the importance of the comics medium in both education and brand awareness. His clients have included Microsoft, Mashable, Other World Computing and EE Times. His work has been featured on many notable websites, including TechCrunch, Gizmodo and CNET. His portfolio can be found at krishnadraws.com.

  • Thomas

    Happy 2013, Krishna,
    looking so much forward for more Weenie-madness and the occasional uncubed.
    And clone bobs expression was so … fitting and simply hilarious.
    All the best from Berlin
    Thomas

    • http://www.pcweenies.com Krishna M. Sadasivam

      Thank you, Thomas! :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/adam.young.3954546 Adam Young

    I just want to say I love your book too. The sketches you did are amazing and thanks for colouring them. That was an unexpected treat.

  • http://kevinrubin.blogspot.com Kevin Rubin

    Bob should be glad to have his clone available on the weekends. He can relax and let Clone Bob handle the hard, annoying socializing…