Prints & Posters

Just a reminder that every Wondermark comic, from the first one all the way up to today’s, is available in large, friendly wall-mounted form! I’ve had several folks ask recently if they can get prints, so I just want to make sure that the print/poster process is obvious and not horribly confusing. If anyone has any questions, finds any broken links, or doesn’t understand quite how it works, please email me or leave a comment on this post so I know how to make the process better and more clear! Thank you, and may your walls ever be adorned with fine things that make your life beautiful.

4 thoughts on “Prints & Posters”

  1. I’m getting bounced around in a weird way, where I need to remember detail to order on TopatoCo which I expected to carry over from your links. Can’t quite map it out yet, but I think the links are too general.

  2. As soon as I saw #566, I knew I had to have it in my apartment. And as soon as I knew had to have it, I realized it would get awfully lonely without at least five other prints to accompany it. I can’t decide if it feels like Christmas because I’m about have a bunch of lovely things to decorate my apartment with, or if it feels like Christmas because I won’t have enough money to pay the rent. At least I’ll have something for that awkward blank spot above my dining table until I get evicted. That spot’s really been bugging me.

    Also, I’m highly enthused about the advertisement for lollyphile’s maple-bacon lollipops. They’d be perfect for Christmas stockings.

    (This is the part where I bury the I’m Going to Buy So Much Stuff From You I’ll Be Broke gimmick six feet under by asking you how to hang stockings in a snow-logged cardboard box, but I don’t want to ruin my hilarious joke.

    Okay, let’s pretend I didn’t do that already. Now pretend you’re laughing.)

  3. In re the index of “Supernatural Collective Nouns,” I for one am pleased to see the inclusin of “An assault of Jersey devils.” (Grammatically speaking, “Devils” should also be capitalized, but this does not detract one whit.)

    The fact of said inclusion causes one to idly wonder whether Malki! is a fan of Weird NJ.

  4. I couldn’t help but notice that you included “a drudge of skeletons” and “a drove of elves,” both of which are Magic: The Gathering cards. Well, Drudge Skeletons and Drove of Elves. Also, you included nephilim, a word that most non-Jewish people don’t know (it’s translated as “giant” in the King James bible), unless they play Magic (it’s a cycle of five pretty crazy-awesome creatures in Magic) or, more obscurely, Diablo II: Lord of Destruction (the Ancients on the summit of Mount Arreat begin their speech to you with “We are the spirits of the Nephilim. . .”).

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