It’s true! 600 pages in and over 6 years of hard work. As Unlife slowly lumbers towards its conclusion (surprise!), we will be turning off the comments moving forward. Though we love the community engagement, in an effort to concentrate more exclusively on the writing and art of the series (and to avoid any potential spoilers), we have decided it’s time to bring that part of the site to a close. In the past what kept us going was having you with us, and we hope to see you again as we race towards the future.
And Thank YOU!
Just wanted to say thank you all for your continued readership. If you enjoy my art, you can check out my tumblr, or if you want to you can also take a look at the new Facebook fan page. https://www.facebook.com/zackriart .
And if you want to continue supporting Josh and I working on Unlife, check out our Patreon. If you want to see more things on the patreon you can leave a comment here or on our facebook page.
In 2011, Zack and I created Unlife. But it wasn’t our first comic together. That was Fenix Gear.
Fenix Gear is the first project we worked on. I created and wrote it, and Zack stepped in as colorist on the first issue. When production on issue two began, he took over 100% of the art duties. We have been partners ever since.
To say this was a huge project in our lives would be an understatement. It was a learning experience. It was a springboard to greater things. It opened doors and it changed the course of our lives. It is our history.
Now, it’s history we want to share with you.
The five issues we completed together will slowly be making their debut online for the world to see. When we last left our heroes, it was on a cliffhanger. Where we go from here… well, let’s just take this one step at a time.
Special thanks to Christine Roepken for penciling issue 1, Jim Whaley for inking issue 1, Nick Lundy, Jena Tumbleson, and the entire Kickstarter community for making Zack’s and my partnership possible.
Unlife needs your help! Every Tuesday and Thursday since 2011, we have posted a full color page of our drama/comedy about an aimless twentysomething who has to learn how to live after he’s died. We want to keep going, and that’s where you and Patreon come in.
Donations lead to cool prizes, like commissions and original scripts, and will even lead to additional Unlife comics, including the never before released Unlife 2007!
To find out how you can help support your favorite afterlife after school special, follow the link below. Check it out!