Archive for September, 2012

‘Her Name Was Prudence’ debuting at SPX this weekend!

Wednesday, September 12th, 2012

HER NAME WAS PRUDENCE, debuting at SPX this weekend! (Table W63)
by Cathy G. Johnson
Self-published
16 pages
Grayscale interiors with screen-printed cover

Soomin is an unenthusiastic twenty-something who doesn’t know what to do, but does it well. She’s apathetic and gets laid and is reasonably social. At a used bookstore she finds an 18th-century poem by William Jameson and she thinks she likes it, but her friends are just kinda cynical about it. ‘Her Name Was Prudence’ is about trying to enjoy something when no one, not even yourself, really cares.



I’ll also have JEREMIAH FREEBIES! A lot of postcards and a limited amount of buttons, to promote my new webcomic JEREMIAH!

I’ll be at table W63 with Olivia Horvath and Eel Choy. Please come by and say hey!

Vote for us!

JEREMIAH has begun its online serialization!

Saturday, September 8th, 2012

JEREMIAH began its online serialization on September 3rd!

JEREMIAH is an ink and watercolor graphic novel spanning 160 pages. It’s about a sixteen-year-old farm kid who starts to experience doubt for the first time in his life.

New pages will arrive on JeremiahComic.com on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. I’ll be posting all three pages to the Cathyboy Tumblr on Sundays, and I’ll reblog them onto JeremiahComic.Tumblr.com.

This has been a long time coming— years, really. I’m excited to finally, finally start sharing this story with you.

Go to JeremiahComic.com to start reading!