Beginning now, you can purchase your own piece of Falling Rock National Park.
Click here to go directly to the book order form, or use the handy icon to your right (it’s the image with all the books in it).
Falling Rock Book 3 contains 32 pages, 67 (give or take) high-quality jokes, printed right here in Portland, Oregon on recycled paper and utilizing the latest in soy-based ink technology. (WARNING: This is not the same thing as a book made of tofu. Do not try to make a stir-fry with this book.)
If you’re going to be in the Portland area on April 18th or 19th, make your way to the Stumptown Comics Fest, where I’ll be hawking my wares with the rest of the Portland comics community.
Get your reading eyes adjusted, because the third collection of Welcome to Falling Rock National Park has arrived!
I went to the good people at Pinball Publishing to pick them up Thursday. Book 3 contains 32 pages of pure comic genius printed with soy based ink on recycled paper. Plus it has a very nifty chipboard cover that doubles nicely as a beer coaster. You get all the joy of reading Falling Rock on newsprint or your computer screen, plus a beer coaster. It’s a win-win. All for $4.
And I was so happy with the result I had to take a bunch of pictures.
Soon you’ll be able to order your very own copy of Welcome to Falling Rock National Park. I’ll be setting up a Paypal order form on my website. For those of you in the Pacific Northwest, I’ll also be tabling at Stumptown Comics Fest on April 18-19. If you can’t stand the wait, just email me and I’ll ship one out post-haste.
Hurray for comics in print!
The wait is almost over.
Welcome to Falling Rock National Park: Book 3 is almost back from the printer! This should prove to be an exciting chapter in the history of Falling Rock National Park. Ernesto tries to hide an elephant, Old Man Winter visits Melissa, Carver saves the park from a ticking bomb, Pam considers running for President, and Dee tries to teach a school group what the desert is all about.
As you can see, the front cover is only the beginning. You get 32 pages of Falling Rock comics, each one handcrafted right here in the USA.
When you finish reading the book, you can close it and start all over again. But before you do that, make sure to glance at the back cover.