Finalising Lettering for zip #1

Hi everyone, just a quick one to say that I’ve just sent off our Kickstarter campaign’s Mach 4 backers’ details, as well as a few other bits and pieces to Ferran. As soon as we get back the finished results of that, it’s time for printing!

meant to get this done a little earlier this week, but I’ve been busy preparing for a stand up comedy show I’ll be performing in this Sunday. Buy tickets for that here.

The ghostly apparition of a trendy looking man in his 30s, with a full beard and colourful suit.
Pictured: the MC of the show, in ghost form. Why? You’ll have to ask him.

 Still, depending on how busy Ferran’s schedule is at the moment I estimate we should be able to get Zip #1 off to our printers within the next two weeks. He’s already responded to my email and confirmed receipt of the info I’ve given him, so I can’t imagine it will take too long at all.

That means the digital version of Zip #1 will most likely be with those who pledged for this reward will be with you by June.

A man having a gruesome experiment carried out on him. He is being shocked in an electric chair, injected with needles, and wires are protruding into his skin.

For those of you waiting for a physical copy, because the postal system has been a bit hit and miss lately I’m hesititant to commit to an exact estimate of when you might receive your comics, but I’ll update you as soon as I have them myself, as it’ll be a lot easier to give you specific timeframes at that stage.

Another thing: Bristol 24/7 were kind enough to run this great piece on Zip’s Kickstarter success. You can read that here.

Which just leaves me to say: get excited to receive your copy of Zip #1!

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Zip is self-published by Mike Scrase, Bristol UK. © Mike Scrase 2023. ISSN 2976-8721 (print) 2976-8721 (online). No similarity between the names, characters and institutions depicted in Zip with any real life names, persons, or institutions is intended. Any such similarities are purely coincidental. Printed in the UK by Stuart Lloyd Gould.