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Saucer Country artist Ryan Kelly has been self-publishing the superhero series Funrama for awhile now, selling it at conventions and via the web when a new issue becomes available. “Funrama is an ongoing, but it’s a lot of work because I’m doing everything. I’m building the whole world from the ground up. But I have to put it away when other deadlines come up,” Kelly told Chris Arrant last month.
If you haven’t had a chance to check out the series, Kelly has launched a Funrama website, where you can view the entire first issue for free. And if you like that, he’s also put the second issue up on the site as a $2 PDf download. Go check’em out.
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Ryan Kelly has announced that Funrama #2, the next issue in his self-published superhero series will be available later this year at conventions and on his website. Where the first issue featured the villainous Mutant Punks, this one will focus on the heroic Raccoon and her friends Freakshow and Flora. Kelly’s offering an 8-page preview ashcan at SpringCon before the full 32-page book is ready.