Sequart’s house artist and Xeric award winner Kevin Colden needs your help before the end of February.
Kevin is a great guy who has produced our books’ covers as well as Todt Hill over at The Chemistry Set and Fishtown over at ACT-I-VATE. Colden received a Xeric award for Fishtown but famously refused to accept it because he had already begun serializing the story online.
Now Kevin’s Strangle/Switch, over at for Zuda Comics, needs your votes. The way Zuda works is that each month’s content receives votes that determine a winner. Each month’s winner will get a contract to produce a year’s worth of content.
The comic’s story follows a chance meeting with a mysterious stranger, the arrival of a ghost from his past, and an electric guitar of mysterious origin will put Geoffrey Blake in contact with a power that he has never imagined.
Now’s the time to get in those last-minute votes, as this month’s voting is quickly coming to an end. You can also click on the images in this story to read and vote for his work at Zuda — you have to log in, but it’s painless… and very much appreciated!
Kevin is a friend of the site and a great believer in the power of the medium. He’s a talented Kubert school graduate who’s given most of his work away for free online out of love for the medium. We strongly encourage you to check out his work through the above links and to make your vote count while you still can.