BLACK FRIDAY FAUST OMNIBUS KICKSTARTER Funded in 20 Minutes ($30,000) Sold out in 9 days, 787 backers pledged 394% of our goal ($118,495) Selected as a “Project We Love,” Kickstarter’s way of “highlighting brilliant examples of creativity” ALL BACKERS WILL CONTINUE TO RECEIVE UPDATES AS WE PREPARE TO PRINT, SIGN AND SHIP! And watch for … Continue reading THANK YOU! THANK YOU!
There's still time to claim your 2022 Reader Appreciation Gift! Just a quick reminder that I am still including FREE Signed Quinn Books with every purchase over $100 at my little signed books page. Gifts are chosen at random from my work, a bonus worth about 20 to 30 bucks. Thank you for reading and … Continue reading I’ve Got a Gift for You
Copies still available! Pledge Here Now Exclusive 35th Anniversary Cover Art by Tim Vigil FAUST: Love of the Damned Omnibus HC Signed Limited (777) Edition, $125 US 496 pp, Oversize 8”x 12”
Exclusive 35th Anniversary Limited Edition Art by Timothy B. Vigil Legendary Adult Horror GN Collected for the First Time FAUST: Love of the Damned Omnibus HC, Limited Edition (Kickstarter Pledge $125 US) Kickstarter Campaign Launch: BLACK FRIDAY, November 25, 2022 at 12 noon eastern Signed/Limited (777) 496 pp, Oversize 8”x 12” Black and White Story … Continue reading The Wait is Over… Complete Faust Omnibus Hardcover (UPDATED)
Special Faust Collection announcement coming November 18 @timbvigil @quinn.david you will kill yourself if you miss it, so keep in touch! @timbvigil @quinn.david #faustloveofthedamned #rebelstudios #inwalkedquinndotcom Timothy Vigil https://www.patreon.com/timvigil David Quinn https://inwalkedquinn.com
Conceptual Illustration by Tintin Pantoja Early Reader Graphic Novel Proposal Early Reader GN Genre: Coming of Age, Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy, Prehistoric Animal Friends 160 pages Dire Wolf Skye risks humiliation and injury to brave a transformational journey when she lets go of trying to imitate Sabretooth, Mammoth and her other amazing friends to find her … Continue reading Quick Pitch: SKYE THE WOLFGIRL: I SING THE MOON
I have not met the media critic Josh Bell, but we share a family relationship of a sort as Amherst College Alumni. And I was happily surprised to read his considered thoughts on my Doctor Strange stories, almost all of which were reprinted this year. "From the start, Quinn brings his outsider sensibility to a … Continue reading “In the ’90s, ambitious creative ideas met the limitations of mainstream superhero comics.”