KinokoFry #107 – Fermemaids

I am very pleased indeed to announce that you may now own your very own screaming and dancing pony.

New limited edition Little Horse prints!

How about that?

There are 20 of each (though fewer than that left now), each one is beautifully printed on very lovely 100% recycled paper. Each one will be individually signed with a unique little picture, and hand-stamped on the back.

If you’re interested in hearing me talk about myself, here’s an interview with me done by Kyle Evans of the Canned Geek podcast.

The END OF EEGRA??? (Probably not). Patrick Alexander ends at least the first run of Hilarity Comics with this very beautiful finish.

- Rebecca Clements

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So….. when will there be kinokofry t-shirts?


I don’t know if there will be.

For one thing, I’m very concerned about only providing very high quality items that are as gentle on the environment as I can manage, and shirts are very difficult in that regard.

Prints and posters are great because they’re very easy to produce in a fairly sustainable manner, and anyone can enjoy them, and keep them for a long time. :)

I like that about them. A big emphasis on the art.

But there are a lot of other considerations to take into account too, and capital investment is one of them. When and if KinokoFry gets a large number of readers, that will open up many more avenues.

Also… I have more interesting things than shirts in mind, and I hope I can manage those!


I’m very serious when I say my next D&D character will be a fermemaid. Look forward to angry e-mails from my Dungeon Master.


I can’t unsee those perky breasts resting just above feathers…. what have you/science done!


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