Dropping no eaves

In all its glory

Friday, June 3, 2005 | 12:13 PM | by
I give you the cover for Volume 2.

About the books

Friday, June 3, 2005 | 12:14 PM | by

That's right. Starting on Monday June 6th, you will be able to place pre-orders for Volume One and Volume Two of the Ctrl+Alt+Del Collection. When the pre-order starts, you will find them in the store. They will be available to ship anywhere in the world. The books are $19.99 each.

If you pre-order before June 20th, you will have the option to have your book signed!

Ctrl+Alt+Del Volume One: Insert Coin

Available during a pre-order period in 2004, and then only at conventions since, the wildly popular Volume One is the first collection of Ctrl+Alt+Del comic strips.

-At 176 pages, this book contains the first 150 comics, digitally remastered from the original files, with artist and character commentary on every page.

-Never-before-seen sketches including the very first drawings of Ethan and Lucas!

-An original storyline not available anywhere else featuring how Ethan and Lucas first met.

-Foreword by Tycho of Penny Arcade.

-Beautiful cover art colored by Hawk of Applegeeks.

Ctrl+Alt+Del Volume Two: Press Start

Available for the first time ever is the second Ctrl+Alt+Del collection. Be among the first in the world to own this highly anticipated follow-up to Volume One!

-Over 150 more of your favorite Ctrl+Alt+Del comics with commentary and behind the scenes info!

-Sketches, and a look at some CAD history!

-Exclusive comics not available online!

-Cover artwork by Xero of Konsekai: Swordwaltzer!

-Professional tips and advice on starting and running your own webcomic.

Special Collector's Edition

Friday, June 3, 2005 | 06:44 PM | by
Just wanted to give you guys a heads up.

We're going to do a super-limited Collector's Edition for both Volume One and Two.

The Collector's Edition will be a hardcover copy of the book, signed, with a numbered certificate of authenticity. These will be a little bit more expensive than the regular books, but will be produced in very limited quantities only. Maybe 250 of each book. They will only be available during the pre-order, after which hardcover copies of Volume One and Two will never be offered again.

Let me know what you guys think.