So, as you may have noticed, the site has undergone some changes. Among the cosmetic differences, I have also deleted the archives up to the point where Aleksandar took over artist duties. He's a fantastic talent and we have big plans together. Namely, we will be working to redo all of the old comics from CN's history, as well as my original comic (Half Truth) from my college paper, and will be mixing these in with our new comics. We are also hoping to put out a volume collecting our first hundred comics together. So stay tuned!
Hello, all. After a long, LOOOOONG absence, Counterfeit Nickels is back and running. New artist Marcus Rocco is on board and we are ready to bring you many new, wonderful (I hope) comics. You may also have noticed that we have a snazzy new domain, so be sure and tell your friends to check out counterfeitnickels.com
Hey, everyone. I know it's been ages since my last update. I'm back in school, working a lot, and have many, many balls in the air. That's actually why I'm here. I just launched a funding campaign for issue 1 of my first graphic novel. I've tried to keep the costs minimal, and am really only asking for money to pay my artist, pay a cover artist, and print the comic. Please take a look, share the lin
Okay, so here's where we're at. I'm trying to raise the funds to hire Ryan Vogler (you've seen two strips illustrated by him) to create roughly a year's worth of new content for the site, all of which will be included in 'Counterfeit Nickels vol. 1' and be posted weekly on here. It's an extension on the site, and a chance to put out a really cool collection of all the work we've done in the last year-plus. Anyways, it's donation-based, so please consider giving. Any amount helps. Thank you.
If you haven't figured it out by now, the comic is essentially dead... Evil Boo is busy with other projects and I've run out of backups. I'll be getting the occasional comic in and will post it, but until then, I apologize. I'd love to keep this going, but it's quite a chore since I cannot, myself, draw. If anyone has any suggestions, I'm listening. Cheers.
Although, in fact, I haven't been anywhere, it feels as though I have. I'm sorry, everyone, for the long delay between the last comic and the current one. In truth, I have had today's comic on my mem stick for weeks. Why didn't I put it online? Well, i'm a lazy bastard for starters and didn't get around to it, I have also been crazy busy looking for a new job and looking for a house. Also, about two days after I received the artwork for this strip from Boo, a newspaper comic published the exact same gag. It wasn't as good (it's a terrible comic) but I didn't want to seem like I was ripping them off. Now, however, I no longer care. I thought of and wrote mine before I ever saw theirs, and mine is better. Suck it up. Anyways, I am hoping to get back to weekly comics after this unplanned hiatus, but who knows? Boo is back in school, so
So, I finally have internet in the comfort of my home, and of course now i'm late with today's comic. Of course, of course. But here it is. This is another guest comic illustrated by Melanie Cicmil. Next week we should be back to Boo.
Today's strip is from a very special artist: Melanie Cicmil. Melanie and I created 'Half Truth,' the very first weekly comic I ever ran, which was in the student paper back in college. I wrote, and she illustrated, for almost a year-and-a-half. To date, the number of Half Truth comics I did still outnumbers Counterfeit Nickels, although it's getting close.
Today's strip is from guest artist Ryan Vogler. Many thanks to him and his fantastic artwork. Also, the new project I have been eluding to is rolling along. Boo is hard at work on the launch issue, and I already have an artist p
New comic today. Plus, next week, the wonderful Ryan Vogler will be providing a guest strip.