This comic was published a few days earlier for our patrons including some behind-the-scenes material to explain our creative process. To become a patron, please visit our Patreon page :)
We already published our debut book “War and Peas: Funny Comics for Dirty Lovers” but we want to inform you why preordering books from your favourite artists is a good thing:
There are two big reasons: First of all, it helps getting the title on book lists. Secondly, shops will more likely store the book if the preorder numbers are solid.
So, by preordering our book, you help us do what we love: making comics and making you laugh.
Also, we highly recommend supporting local businesses and ordering the book in your book shop. If your social anxiety is too strong to leave the house, here’s our LINK COLLECTION.
We are very excited to announce that our debut book
will be out on March 3rd 2020. With Andrews McMeel we found the perfect publisher and are very happy to have found the same home as the Peanuts, Calvin & Hobbes and many of our fellow webcomic colleagues.
If you choose to preorder the book, you help us having a great launch. That means that Bestseller Lists might take notice of it and more book stores will place it for their readers. Click here to preorder :)
“Hilarious, morbid, and sometimes oddly touching, War and Peas is among the best of the best in modern comics. You’ll be laughing out loud.”
— Sarah Andersen, creator of Sarah’s Scribbles
“From the creators of the hugely popular Instagram comic War and Peas, this offbeat four-panel comic features a dark, fairy-tale aesthetic and a twist ending each time. War and Peas: Funny Comics for Dirty Lovers combine twisted humor with a beloved cast of characters including the grim reaper (seen here as an unintentionally lethal man of leisure), a robot in hopelessly in love with his scientist creator, and a promiscuous yet self-assured witch. Unlike most webcomic collections, this one tells a story using dozens of never-before-seen comics to chronicle the lives of several different characters and their follies during life, death, and their glorious reunions in the afterlife (and the after-afterlife).”