December 12th, 2017
For those who don’t want anything to come in the mail, I’ve also now made available:
I’m also still shipping all these handsome pins.
• Twitter thread about why the time to do it is right now, even if you don’t feel sick.
• And now we check out the latest update from the world of sports:
Update: Not all sports are cancelled pic.twitter.com/VHmxFinflV
— Marty O (@martoo14) March 14, 2020
• March–December: Either the 2009 or 2015 Wondermark calendar
It’s Leap Day this year that throws things off.
It’s a patch for the end of February. Hopefully it makes sense out of context.
Here’s the link to download the patch page.
Of course, some of the holidays will be wrong if you do this, so calendronaut beware.
Each year I also make a progressive (gapless) calendar for folks to download!
And I have done so this year as well!
But I do agree that if you’re used to reading Sunday-first calendars, it can be a bit disorienting.
So this year I’ve made two versions:
All of that is perfectly valid critique, but I’d already finished this one. Maybe next year!
This year, I am not making a printed 2020 calendar.
All enamel pins are presently in stock as well, and shipping immediately:
Sizes and quantities vary, but you can check them all out here!
Wondermark: Friends You Can Ride On ended up clocking in at a whopping 304 pages of comics.
You can read a bit more about the coming-together of this book here.