Nov.28.16 at 10:50 am

You’ve got a Christmas to shop for and we’ve got Christmas gifts. Lets put these facts together!

FIRST

Go to our online store and buy things.

SECOND

You want them to arrive before Christmas probably. Here’s how that works: order from our online store sooner rather than later.

Carriers do not guarantee non-air delivery times between Dec. 11 and Dec. 24, but your best bet for delivery by Saturday, December 24 is to order in-stock items before 6am, Thursday, 12/15. Our Standard Shipping takes between 3 to 5 days for transit, so that should give you plenty of time.

The end!

Oct.11.16 at 12:17 pm

I just wanted to thank everyone who dropped by our table over the wild NYCC weekend.

Anyone in this business spends a part of every day wondering if they've made a huge mistake. But then you do a show where you can hardly get one and a half sentences into your sales pitch before you hear, "I'll take three," and you come out of it realizing that, yes, comics was a huge mistake, but at least you're making some folks happy while you're doing it.

Meanwhile, here on THE INTERZONE, our family of sites kept updating despite my absence. In case you need a rundown of everything that went down, here is a list of links that is as handy as it is dandy.

Tuesday, Oct 4th: Page 11 of Issue 4 of The Flying She-Devils Raid on Marauder Island. This was also the last day for our most recent Kickstarter campaign, so you no longer have to put up with me talking about it nonstop. Joy!

Wednesday, Oct 5th: Page 15 of Issue 4 of Atomic Robo and the Temple of Od.

Thursday, Oct 6th: Page 12 of She-Devils.

Friday, Oct 7th: Page 16 of Temple of Od.

Monday, Oct 10th: Page 17 of Temple of Od.

Tuesday, Oct 11: Page 13 of She-Devils.

Whew!

Oct.03.16 at 12:07 pm

If you're reading this there are between twenty-four and zero hours left to get your hardcover copy of Atomic Robo and the Ring of Fire, a Robo plush, the Task Force ULTRA Field Manual, and a ton of other great stuff like original cover art (grab it before someone else does, you fool!) and Atomic Robo RPG goodies.

If you missed out on our previous hardcovers, then head on over to the online shop and fix your life.

Or, if you happen to live in the NYC area, then you should head to the graveyard of civilizations, a.k.a. the Javits Center, for NYCC this weekend and come by Artists Alley table G-6 to watch me dance for nickels. Look for the enormous Atomic Robo banner with the ghoulish fellow who looks like he could use a little more coffee.

Scott will not be able to make it to the show due to a knee injury. Comics is rough business, kids. But he is pre-drawing some sketches that you can pick up!

I am starting with 20 slots open. Time permitting and if there is a demand, I will open up more.

To get on the list email us at tesladynellc@gmail.com and put "NYCC 2016 SKETCH" in the subject line.

Sketch Commissions cost $50. You'll pay at the show when you pick up the sketch. Cash or card.

You can request a single figure and I will draw it in pencil, on a 9”x6” acid-free two-ply bristol board and it'll look something like this:

To pre-answer the question I get at every show: no, I cannot squeeze in a second character if you pay for more. The single figure limit isn't due to miserliness, it's due to time. If you want more than one figure, you can purchase multiple sketches if slots are still available!

Sep.26.16 at 12:47 pm

We're going to NYCC this year! Except for Scott who is grounded due to a knee injury!

But, don't worry, Scott has a plan for all you folks who like to get original art from him at the show:

I am unable to attend NYCC this year. However, I know that a lot of you like to get sketch commissions when you attend the show. In order to not disappoint anyone I am taking sketch requests prior to NYCC. Brian will bring them to the show for me and you can pick them up at Table G-6 in Artists Alley!

I am starting with 20 slots open. Time permitting and if there is a demand, I will open up more.

To get on the list email us at tesladynellc@gmail.com and put "NYCC 2016 SKETCH" in the subject line.

Sketch Commissions cost $50. You'll pay at the show when you pick up the sketch. Cash or card. 

You can request a single figure and I will draw it in pencil, on a 9”x6” acid-free two-ply bristol board and it'll look something like this:

To pre-answer the question I get at every show: no, I cannot squeeze in a second character if you pay for more. The single figure limit isn't due to miserliness, it's due to time. If you want more than one figure, you can purchase multiple sketches if slots are still available!

Join me in wishing Scott a speedy recovery so I don't have to hear him complain about it anymore.

Meanwhile, we're in the final week of our Ring of Fire Hardcover, also Robo Head Plush, also Task Force ULTRA Kickstarter campaign! Do check it out if you haven't. In addition to the amazing rewards I just mentioned, there's stickers, posters, original cover art by Scott Wegener, and every Atomic Robo Roleplaying Game item ever developed.

Also: there are more hardcovers and you can get them right here.

Sep.23.16 at 12:02 pm

There’s so much Atomic Robo news going on it’ll make your head spin!

First up! Wanna buy hardcover editions of the first nine Atomic Robo volumes? Because we’re selling them! There is one caveat however! Any order over nine pounds will be split into two packages. After many meetings with our fulfillment center, various shipping companies, and the postal service, we have determined this to be the best method to make sure large orders arrive safely. Details at the end of this post*!

Next! You might’ve heard us mention it about a thousand times, but there’s a Kickstarter for the tenth hardcover running right now. You can also get a plush of Robo’s head, every Atomic Robo Action Science Roleplaying Game product, and original cover art from Atomic Robo and the Ring of Fire by Scott Wegener.

Lastly! Maybe you prefer print issues? Good news! You can pre-order all the remaining issues of Atomic Robo and the Temple of Od at this very moment! Just run down to your local shop and tell them to “Add anything Atomic Robo to my pull list!” but do it politely because they’re human beings too.

You can even make their job easier by telling them the order number.

#3: AUG160486 ← or you can order it online. Or the variant cover by Kei Zama (it looks like this)

#4: SEP160536 ← same with this one. Or the variant cover by Hollie Mengert.

#5: OCT160491 ← but not this one yet or the variant cover by Dave Crosland because *~comic book industry ~* 

 

*One hardcover? No problem! A few hardcovers? Go crazy! But once you get into a stack of about five or more, you’re gambling with whether or not these things will get damaged in transit. And not even from mishandling! Just the act of going through the automated systems. Splitting these larger shipments into two boxes solves the problem!

See, the machinery is designed to accommodate packages up to fifteen pounds. So why is our cut off at nine pounds? The problem is that we’re not sending a 15lb package, we’re sending dozens to hundreds of 15lb packages at the same time. The system is built to take one 15lb package every so often, not huge batches of them all at once. By scaling back our maximum load per box to 9lbs we’re solving two problems at once: 1) it allows us to use extra packing material to make sure everything arrives safely, and 2) it means our packages are much closer to the statistical average weight that’s expected of the various automated systems they must go through before arriving at your door.

So: order as many hardcovers as you want, but please be aware that shipping costs will increase at 9lbs because that’s when we’ve got to send two boxes instead of one.

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