"The mystics say there are 36 people who, in times of need, emerge to save us all. Some consider it a gift. Those people can go to hell." -Noam
The Thirty Six Updates
Stay up to date on "The Thirty Six", a graphic novel based on an actual Kabbalistic legend.
Comixology has really been stepping it up of late when it comes to premiering and supporting indie comics. Today, we're proud to announce that "The Thirty Six" is joining the platform. It's humbling when you consider that this project started way back when as a little Kickstarter project backed by just under 200 people. Anyway... enjoy!
We're excited to announce that this Wednesday, September 18ththe trade paperback for "The Thirty Six" will be available on Comixology!
Hi all! I just wanted to post a quick note to say THANK YOU to all of you that came by our booth at Wonder Con 2013 and picked up copies of the trade and Chapter One! We hope you enjoy the read.
There's many more good things on the horizon. "The Thirty Six" will be at Comic Con 2013 along with the first installments from my new work "FATHER ROBOT". Feel free to skate on over to that site to check out the work-in-progress.
GOING TO WONDER CON? CHECK OUT "THE THIRTY SIX" AND DISCOVER FATHER ROBOT.
Are you going to Wonder Con in Anaheim? Swing by SMALL PRESS TABLE 47 to say hello! We'll happily share details about the next installment of "The Thirty Six", which we're doing in partnership with Golden Apple Comics, and a new project we have in the hopper with artist Sam Garland called "FATHER ROBOT".
We will have exclusive prints of FATHER ROBOTfor Wonder Con (you can see him over to your left!) as well as all the usual goodies we have on hand for "The Thirty Six." And if you can't make it to Anaheim, we'll also be at Comic Con this year too! More details to come...
WANT TO GET A SPECIAL COUPON? Check out the original mailer here.
Best... Kristopher White
Hey all! If you haven't seen it already, we are on the FRONT PAGE of Wired.com this morning. Many thanks to reviewer and fellow Geek Dad Raymond Masters. You can read his review here: http://www.wired.com/geekdad/2012/09/the-thirty-six/