The first half of Farel Dalrymple’s POP GUN WAR 2: Chain Letter comes to a close. Thanks to everyone who mentioned the return of Pop Gun War, and to those lucky enough to get a copy of the book. The second half is written and drawn, but we have to wait a bit longer since it’s going to be in FULL COLOR! Stay tuned to Farel’s blog for updates on Pop Gun news and all the other awesome projects he’s got on the way. Previously: 1, 2, 3, 4
Whoa sorry about the delay, I originally planned on putting up the last 2 parts of Farel’s POP GUN WAR sequel to coincide with the limited edition comics that he printed up. But the books sold out almost immediately and I missed my window. Well you’ve all waited long enough. Here’s pages 16-19 of Farel Dalrymple’s POP GUN WAR 2. Come back next Tuesday for the big finale (of the first half anyway). Previously: 1, 2, 3
Awesome, the Pop Gun War: Chain Letter zine is at the printers right now. If you’re in Portland this weekend come say hello to Farel at his table at the Stumptown Comics Fest (April 18-19) and pick up a handmade copy with limited edition silkscreen cover! Before we get to the new pages here’s an excerpt from Farel’s introduction to the book:
This comic book is the first 23 pages of Pop Gun War: Chain Letter. Chain Letter is a sequel to a comic I did quite some time ago called Pop Gun War: Gift.
Ultimately, Chain Letter will be a 160-page book, told in four separate parts, with Emily starting the adventure. Next will be Sinclair’s story told in full color. The segment after that will be a Ben Able detective story done in black and white with grey washes. The fourth segment will be set in the future and will be black and white with one spot color.
It has been several years since I started this project and I am quite anxious to finish it. Jason Leivian from Floating World Comics in Portland, Oregon helped me put this special preview edition (limited to only 100 copies) of Pop Gun War: Chain Letter together.
I hope you enjoy it. Thanks.
It’s Tuesday so that means time for another installment of Pop Gun War: Chain Letter by Farel Dalrymple. Click on the image below to read pages 6-10…