Episode 1 Launches at Super Supanova Weekend!

Howdy all,
Well, it’s done! The Legend of Spacelord Mo Fo Episode 1 has launched! We had a great weekend at Supanova Adelaide catching up with many old friends, making some cool new ones, and just generally having a blast of a time.
But the biggest news of the weekend is that we came within 1 copy of selling out our first run of the Mo Fo Ep 1! Yeah! We’re feeling pretty chuffed right now! So, lots of people to thank – everyone who came by the stand and purchased a copy, the Supanova organizers and volunteers for their tireless work, to all the friends who dropped by to say ‘Hi’ and ‘Howdy’, to the other artists and stand vendors, and to everyone who helped out behind the scenes to make this happen!

The Mo Fo stand…. ready for battle!
Dave at work on the original art prize we raffled off at the weekend’s end.
The finished art.
Lots of cosplayers in attendance.
Crash Down Cafe! They deliver everywhere!
Model/Stylist Tia showcases the latest in steampunk nerf gun technology!
More cosplay fun!
Adelaide’s own cosplay gurus – Steve and Catherine Scholz!

Friend of the Mo Fo, Writer, Alex James auditions for job of Batman’s sidekick, but is knocked back for being too cool. Now considering starring in his own franchise!

Wonder-Artist, Conny Valentina – She’s got Pat’s gun! Nobody touches Pat’s gun!
Adelaide Super-Writer, Sean Williams joins in the fun! Or else!
Melbourne Comics Legend & Artist, Paul Abstruse comes up with the perfect marketing strategy… buy Episode 1 or we’ll shoot this innocent copy!
The Mo Fo army finds its chosen one!
Latest recruit shows off his guns!
Uh Oh! Looks like somebody’s taking some interest in our handiwork…
We must be doing something right! Star Wars sent stormtroopers to quell the rising Mo Fo rebellion!
The rebels unite! Publisher/Writer, Darren Koziol of Decay, Pat & Dave, Artist, Greg Gates, and Fantasy Artist, Emerson Ward.

Cheers All,
Pat & Dave

The Legend of Spacelord Mo Fo is an ass-kickingly kick-ass post-apocalyptic, space-western dramedy, with anime influences and a bit of that dark and sexy HBO stuff… but really, it’s a love story… No… Really! Oh, and as an Advisory Warning … it’s for a more mature audience… well, not for ‘kids’ anyway… not really sure about the ‘mature’ part.”

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