Akire Bubar & Patrick Campbell are creating a webcomic
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patron

$4
per month
Your support makes Pika's Peak possible – and we've got big plans! We're ridiculously excited to tell you that we've got a table to show the comic at Small Press Expo in Bethesda, MD on September 16-17. We're gleefully printing the first issue of Pika's Peak so we can bring it to the con! We're also printing postcards, posters, magnets, and other cool stuff to promote the comic – and you can get your hands on any or all of that in our rewards tiers. The more support we can get here, the more we'll be able to print, and the more we'll be able to maximize our time at SPX. We'd like to get Pika's Peak to as many readers and publishers as we can. Become a patron, join the adventure and help us make this crazy little dream come true!



You can read the comic for free at pikaspeak.com, and we hope you will - it's the best place to read it all in one place. But for really tiny amounts of money here on Patreon, you get exclusive or early access to cool stuff, you get to support the comic, and you make us ridiculously happy to have you on board. We have posts and pages ready and waiting for you right now. Come join the fun!

Pika's Peak is a webcomic about friends, the family we are born to, the family we find, and the journey that connects them all. Trill is a pika setting off to find a new home for herself when her old one is threatened by climate change. Kitch is a rabbit cut loose by his family and trying to find his place in the world.



This is an unusual collaboration! Pika's Peak is written and illustrated by both Akire Bubar and Patrick "Patch" Campbell. By all reasonable standards, this should be a train wreck in the making, but instead it's a grand melding of styles and voices. Akire and Patch bounce story ideas off each other by phone and email to build the overall shape of the story, and trade off scenes, with Patch doing a few pages, Akire doing the next few, Patch doing a few more, and so on. Through this game of narrative hot potato, a story is born and a world created. Here on Patreon, you get to be a part of that creative process.

Thanks so much for your support!
Goals
$4 of $200 per month
Reaching this goal means we can do a print run of the comic, and make it available to all of you! Then we can sell it at cons and try to get local comics shops to carry it. Help us get Pika's Peak out onto coffee tables everywhere! With your help, we can totally make this happen.
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Your support makes Pika's Peak possible – and we've got big plans! We're ridiculously excited to tell you that we've got a table to show the comic at Small Press Expo in Bethesda, MD on September 16-17. We're gleefully printing the first issue of Pika's Peak so we can bring it to the con! We're also printing postcards, posters, magnets, and other cool stuff to promote the comic – and you can get your hands on any or all of that in our rewards tiers. The more support we can get here, the more we'll be able to print, and the more we'll be able to maximize our time at SPX. We'd like to get Pika's Peak to as many readers and publishers as we can. Become a patron, join the adventure and help us make this crazy little dream come true!



You can read the comic for free at pikaspeak.com, and we hope you will - it's the best place to read it all in one place. But for really tiny amounts of money here on Patreon, you get exclusive or early access to cool stuff, you get to support the comic, and you make us ridiculously happy to have you on board. We have posts and pages ready and waiting for you right now. Come join the fun!

Pika's Peak is a webcomic about friends, the family we are born to, the family we find, and the journey that connects them all. Trill is a pika setting off to find a new home for herself when her old one is threatened by climate change. Kitch is a rabbit cut loose by his family and trying to find his place in the world.



This is an unusual collaboration! Pika's Peak is written and illustrated by both Akire Bubar and Patrick "Patch" Campbell. By all reasonable standards, this should be a train wreck in the making, but instead it's a grand melding of styles and voices. Akire and Patch bounce story ideas off each other by phone and email to build the overall shape of the story, and trade off scenes, with Patch doing a few pages, Akire doing the next few, Patch doing a few more, and so on. Through this game of narrative hot potato, a story is born and a world created. Here on Patreon, you get to be a part of that creative process.

Thanks so much for your support!

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