Welcome readers new and old. Now begins the second major era of CEASELESS FABLES. New pages will appear this week until Sunday, according to plan. Then the strip will continue every Sunday after that.
If you are a returning fan, welcome back. If you’d like to support my work, please visit my Patreon. You’ll get exclusive material and previews for being a patron. The original 365-page Lost Book is available for download at right, and limited signed editions are available direct from the artist, if you’d like to catch up.
2020 is fast approaching, and I’m hard at work getting everything ready for the return of Ceaseless Fables. This is the best time to get on board my Patreon- patrons will get to see exclusive material prior to its official premiere. You won’t have to wait until February like the rest of the world.
In the near future, you’ll need to be a Patron to see stuff from the incredible fantasy world of the Beyonding before everyone else. You’ll be rewarded if you join before the premiere on 2/20.
You’ll be the first to see something like the image below, plus you’ll get the information behind it.
Twenty years have passed since the events chronicled in the first 360 pages. What’s happened in the interim? How much has changed? How much has remained the same?
Where are the flying unicorns?
What’s it like to be a thousand miles above the ground?
Before long, you’ll find out.
Everyone wants their own replica of the Lost Book, sure, but the printing cost can be prohibitive. But now, you can have your own digital copy of the Lost Book, at the unbelievable price of five bucks.
That’s 360 full-page strips, plus detailed maps, glossary, and bonus art. It’s the entire CFB experience (so far), in one easy-to-browse e-Book. Give it a try, you won’t be disappointed!
Back when I had an animation studio, my partner and I were planning a film we titled Something Borrowed, after John’s Arm: Armageddon was completed. Unfortunately it didn’t happen, and the original authoring files were lost when a hard drive bit the dust.
However, I did manage to salvage a few things, included among them a rough cut of the theme I wrote for the titles of Something Borrowed (under the name Five Sixseven, of Tailothepup). When I first introduced Refusaleth around 2010, I always had this piece playing in the back of my mind. Eventually I decided to repurpose it as his own theme, and here we are.
As a teaser, I combined it with some art of “the big white guy”, notably his “Temple Of Doom” pastiche. Please enjoy. I’m glad to get this out of my head and onto the Internet.