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Doug TenNapel completes work on “Bigfoot Bill” graphic novel; starting new script soon

On Monday, Doug TenNapel announced via social media that the black and white artwork for Bigfoot Bill, lettering included, is complete, and that the book was ready to be sent to the colorist, Dirk Erik Schultz. Bigfoot Bill is a 64-page, graphic novel which follows a Sasquatch (Bill) who steals the finger of Poseidon to gain control of the Kraken

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The Indiegogo campaign for Doug TenNapel’s Bigfoot Bill comic crosses the finish line with over $100k

On Friday, the crowdfunding campaign for Doug TenNapel’s Bigfoot Bill came to an end, collecting nearly 700% of its original funding goal for a total of over $100K. Thanks to hitting so many of its stretch goals, Bigfoot Bill is now a 64-page, hardbound graphic novel written and illustrated by Doug TenNapel, while coloring duties will be covered by Dirk

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Doug TenNapel adds backer-exclusive video game demo to “Bigfoot Bill” comic campaign on Indiegogo

On Sunday, Doug TenNapel announced a new $75 thousand stretch goal for his Bigfoot Bill comic book currently on Indiegogo – a playable video game demo exclusively for Bigfoot Bill campaign backers. Here’s a first look at Bill’s idle animation posted to TenNapel’s YouTube channel: As the creator of Earthworm Jim, TenNapel is no stranger to the video game world.

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Earthworm Jim creator launches crowdfunding campaign for new comic “Bigfoot Bill”

On Monday, veteran artist/animator Doug TenNapel launched a crowdfunding campaign for a new independent comic book project, Bigfoot Bill, which smashed its original funding goal on the first day, raising more than $20 thousand at the time of this writing. Bigfoot Bill is a 48-page graphic novel (with the possibility of more pages being added) written and illustrated by Doug

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Earthworm Jim creator announces new comic project “Bigfoot Bill”

On Monday, Doug TenNapel debuted his plans to launch a crowdfunding campaign for Bigfoot Bill, a new comic book project. TenNapel made the announcement during a livestream chat on Ethan Van Sciver’s Comic Artist Pro Secrets YouTube channel (See video below, discussion begins at approximately 24:30). TenNapel intends to launch the Bigfoot Bill project on Indiegogo sometime next Monday, August

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Comic creator Doug TenNapel’s nose art adopted by U.S. Air Force for newly-commissioned plane

Over the weekend, comic book and video game creator Doug TenNapel (Bigfoot Bill, Earthworm Jim) visited Beale Air Force Base as an honored guest of the 940th Refueling Wing. The occasion? The Air Force was commissioning a new KC-135 plane, and members of the wing had selected a piece of TenNapel’s artwork to adorn the plane’s nose. The design for

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Doug TenNapel reveals plans for “Earthworm Jim” comic book

It’s a great month for Earthworm Jim fans. Hot off the heels of the release of his Bigfoot Bill graphic novel, comic book author and Earthworm Jim creator Doug TenNapel has revealed that an Earthworm Jim comic book is in the works. This news comes just days after Intellivision announced that a new Earthworm Jim video game is in development

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Comic artist Elliot Fernandez teases “Doomkicker”

Coming off a successful Indiegogo campaign with Black and Red, comic artist Elliot Fernandez has been teasing Doom Kicker, an upcoming collaboration with Earthworm Jim creator, Doug TenNapel, for several months. What is Doom Kicker all about? Nobody really knows, yet. Fernandez is providing the artwork and will co-write the book with TenNapel, and the project is slated to begin

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Mike S. Miller’s “Lonestar” graphic novel hits the blessed “Six Figures, Bitch!” milestone

This week, the Indiegogo campaign for Mike S. Miller’s superhero adventure comic Lonestar: Heart of the Hero crossed the coveted $100k threshold.* In doing so, Lonestar joins the ranks of several other crowdfunded comic book projects including Cyberfrog, Jawbreakers, Red Rooster, Graveyard Shift and Bigfoot Bill in the glorious #SixFiguresBitch! club (or as Miller politely calls it, the #SixFiguresYoungLady club).

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The Indiegogo campaign for horror comic “Graveyard Shift” hits #SixFiguresBitch!

On Sunday, the Indiegogo campaign for independent horror comic Graveyard Shift crossed the $100k threshold, joining other crowdfunded comic book projects as Cyberfrog, Jawbreakers, Red Rooster and Bigfoot Bill in the coveted #SixFiguresBitch club (occasionally referred to erroneously as the “six figures young lady club). Graveyard Shift is a 46-page graphic novel described as “the Universal Monsters meets the X-Men,”

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All of Alterna Comics’ announcements at NYCC

While New York Comic Con has become more focused on movie news and certain companies promoting themselves as a “lifestyle brand”, there are the select few companies who still attend NYCC to celebrate and promote actual comic books. One such company is indie publisher Alterna Comics, who made several announcements during the NYCC festivities. Not only did they confirm a

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Doug TenNapel’s “Flink” graphic novel could become a motion picture

The 2007 graphic novel Flink could become a motion picture, according to Flink creator Doug TenNapel. During a recent livestream on his YouTube channel, TenNapel mentioned that talks were ongoing with Andy Serkis’ production company The Imaginarium Studios and “the Paddington Bear people” to translate Flink into film, though it’s unclear to whom “the Paddington Bear people” refers (it could

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