It's been long enough to have fully conceived a child since the last update to the Phobia Press website! That's crazy!
Lot's of stuff is going on in the land of Phobia Press. We're coming back to Anime Central for our fourth year, with a couple new items to share with the adoring public:
First, the long-overdue release of The Burning Five
, a movie spearheaded by Sean Jensen (that's me, actually) about an introspective Professor named Megacrispy who figures out how to teleport to a surreal alternate dimension. This would be very cool, except there are a bunch of "Jesus Ninjas" who call themselves The Burning Five who live in this strange world. Maybe that makes things even more cool. Either way, we'll be releasing the finished film for the first time at ACen on DVD. Stop by and check it out.
Scott & Riley have been hard at work on the next exciting issue of "Rocket Baby." They're not totally sure whether you'll be able to pick up a copy for yourself in just two weeks, but to make up for it they've touched-up the premiere issue just in case you missed it.
Last year we had mustaches. I'm afraid to share that we don't expect to have mustaches to hand out this year . . . but we will
have on hand something that we've never done before: stickers! Phobia Press logo stickers, as well as full-color Endangered Species stickers! These in addition to a new series of Riley's 3d toy-like Endangered Species from last year! Awesome! Exclamation points!
Of course, we'll also have more copies of the debut Phobia Press release, shoe-lace minions and all. That's right, we'll be bringing back "!?" once again. The abstract comic is where it all started, way back over the summer of 2004. If you've already picked up your copy at a previous convention, think of this as a history piece.
We have at least one more surprise product that we'll be offering at this year's convention. We hope to have more than that, but I'm personally going to avoid promising more than I can be sure of.
It's looking to be a great convention for Phobia Press. Stay tuned for more, and always remember you can drop us a line @ phobiapress AT yahoo DOT com (or gmail DOT com if you prefer).