I am a big fan of kids. Kids are so awesome. They light up a room, they're funny and don't even know it. They're innocent and pure, and they always know how to have fun! But they are also very impressionable. Their little brains are like sponges. People who care about their little sponge-brains will want them them to have positive brain-food. This is why I create positive, wholesome comics and art. I understand that our minds feed on everything we see and hear day by day. From those things that we see and hear, our brains can choose from a whole menu of things to think about. Let's let our kids fill their minds with positive, uplifting, wholesome and fun Commander Broccoli comics!
This Monday, November 30, the Commander Broccoli comic book will finally be order-able! Click here to join and get the update right to your Facebook account.
On Monday I will be activating the campaign where you will be able to order your book online. The details still need to be worked out this week, but it will cost between $20-$25 plus shipping.
This book will have approx 48-68 pages and it will be in FULL COLOUR. Yay! :D I still have to design it and work out all the details, but I will let you know Monday on my launch date.
Well, it's for real, I am working on publishing my new comic book. On Monday I will be launching my campaign. I haven't decided if it will be Kickstarter or Indiegogo. I'm leaning towards the latter because their website gives nice vibes. I like nice vibes. Anyway, I'll keep you posted!
This is in preparation for publishing my first Commander Broccoli Comic Book! Well, my first book that I didn't photocopy and staple together myself. The goal is to do one to four comics per week, starting today.
Also coming soon will be my Kickstarter campaign (or Indiegogo, I haven't decided). So, if you have always wanted to order a CB t-shirt or comic book or sticker for that matter, you will want to keep posted on when this campaign starts.
Aaaand the Kickstart campaign is in preparation for The Mom and Kids Show at the Viscount Gort in Winnipeg, March 18-19. This is also something you will not want to miss! I will be selling all kinds of Commander Broccoli stuff and giving away balloons too.
Author & Artist
Cheryl Nickel draws and writes the comic Commander Broccoli webcomic which was published in The Carillon, Steinbach's local newspaper.