Apparently I have a live Patreon campaign

I must have missed a form or a checkbox or something, as I’ve been setting up a live Patreon account. And by “live,” I mean “I thought it was a hidden draft but no, apparently anyone on earth can drop in and see that I’ve just entered OH HELL in the Describe Your Project section and $10 PLACEHOLDER BALLS for most of the Goals.

Anyhow.

The campaign is now live. Which is ahead of my original timeline, but, you know. Placeholder balls.

I’m excited about the monthly $5 tier, which gives me the opportunity to do Literal Dick Jokes. I didn’t want to put this particular image on the Patreon page, but someone asked me a while back where the dick jokes had gone and I was… Inspired?

"Inspired" is a horrible word to describe this.
“Inspired” is a terrible word to describe this. Doesn’t capture the sheer divinity of the moment.

The perfectly clean dick joke delights me. For $5 a month, a Patreon supporter gets one of these Crude Humor(tm) doodles every morning. It might not always be a happy penis, mind! I’m looking forward to serving as the scribe who chronicled the slow but violent deterioration of the unhappy friendship of Richard Dickerson and Martha Von Vagerton.

Here’s the link to the campaign again.

I really need to go work on a comic. Please stop starting fires, Internet!

 

Published by KBSpangler

A freelance editor who writes novels, comics, and repairs a disaster of a house in her spare time: www.kbspangler.com

4 thoughts on “Apparently I have a live Patreon campaign

    1. Thank you!

      And it’s crowdfunding… every drop goes into the ocean! Or a lake. Heck, some days wouldn’t we all just be happy with a muddy puddle?

      And thank you again!

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