Now collected, there are FOUR awesome ways to read The Treasure Stealers!
1. Get the print book through Amazon, collecting the story in its entirety with a few sketches and doodles.
2. Get the digital version availible on your Kindle Fire!
3. Buy the digital version directly through me and receive a CBZ file. (Did I mention that the digital version, both the Kindle and CBZ versions have over 80 pages of comics? They sure do!)
4. Become a patron of Milt! The second big adventure of Milt, The Golden Bone Gambit, has begun! Become a patron and see the comic that posts three days a week in advance and get yourself a PDF copy of The Treasure Stealers and you can even score a sketch by yours truly!
Here's a preview of the print book! It looks pretty sweet.
Here's a note on the production of The Treasure Stealers. I came up with the idea of Milt while watching some old black and white Mickey Mouse cartoons. They had a great sense of adventure, and Milt popped into my head fully formed, which was nice. Didn't have to go through revision after revision. And the story was there. So I had my main character with his gung-ho attitude and spaghetti arms and legs and the story.
I was good to go, and decided to make it a daily strip, to see if I could do it. And I did, and it was awesome.
The Treasure Stealers was drawn with a Sharpie Pen in a 6x9 lined notebook. It was an experiment in stream of consciousness cartooning. No story or outline was written out, and at one point I spelled one of the character's names wrong. I think there are a couple other little mistakes, but I kept it all in there. No pencils were harmed in the creation of this book.
And now it's collected and looks better than I could have hoped, and I'm proud to put a copy on my kid's bookshelf for when he's old enough to read it.
So check it out, buy a copy, tell all yer friends!