To be airing at some point in time on some type of electronic device will be a series of Eyevis cartoon shorts we wrote with very tall artist Dave Johnson for MTV. The cartoons are offially finished and just waiting for you to find and love them.
We just finished creating the world's most unbelievable paper airplane for The Goods: Volume 1, a children's activity book from McSweeney's. It's not available yet, but here's a sneak preview. If you're bored and overly-optimistic, go ahead and try to make it.
Have you ever wondered what the Wonder Twins look like for that split second when there are in the midst of transforming? Wonder no more. (Click to see the much bigger version.)
After almost three years of appearing weekly in the San Francisco Chronicle, our comic Friendship Town will start appearing much less frequently, and only on your computer screen. Or on your telephone or tablet, or apparently now phablet (which is becoming a thing) screen. The point is, it will not be brought to your door by a boy on a bike or a grown man in his car.
Arriving later this year will be Archaia's hardcover book we've been designing (and lettering) called The Joyners in 3D. The "3D" refers to the three dimensional appearance of the art (by Ultimate Spider-Man's Dave Marquez), when viewed while wearing weird, otherwise-useless glasses. Do not expect the characters to "literally" jump off the page, that's impossible. Syndrome's RJ Ryan will provide the story as well as nude pictures of himself.
Read more about it over at MTV Geek.