Slightly Obsessed Studio is the studio of comic book writer Sigrid Ellis. She writes when her day job as an air traffic controller and her family allow. Sigrid contributes to Fantastic Fangirls and blogs about culture, comics, and issues at Thinking Too Much.
May 12, 2010
Slightly Obsessed Studio is pleased to announce our next comic, Dandelion. Dandelion is a short glimpse into the life of Kick and her best friend Lee, as they mark the end of winter on a hillside full of dandelions. This eight-page, black-and-white comic is written by Sigrid Ellis, with art by E.C. Moorman. Buy yours today!
March 2, 2010
March sees another comic from Slightly Obsessed Studio! Life Interrupts is now available for sale. This mini-comic tells the sweet, imaginative tale of a kid keeping himself entertained on a long family road trip. Inspired by writer Sigrid Ellis's real life experiences driving her kids around the the Midwestern United States, Life Interrupts features art by Sean Lynch.
January 2, 2009
Cool Kids, Volume 1
Now is your chance to purchase the four issues of Cool Kids in one collected edition! This tidy volume fits on your shelf with all your other graphic novels! The forty-page black-and-white comic contains all the original cover art, with a new cover by series artist Sean Lynch. Cool Kids Volume 1 is available here and at Lulu.com.
Cool Kids can be yours for just $7.00, plus shipping.
October 30, 2009
IXTAB for sale!
This ten-page, black-and-white comic tells a tale of cultural tension backstage at the concert of a goth-rock superstar. Ixtab is a reigning rock-queen, making her Mayan cultural heritage the cornerstone of her music and her act. But how does that fit with the family that adopted and raised her? With a gorgeous full-color cover and interior art by K.C.Solano, IXTAB can be yours for $2.50, plus shipping and handling.
October 6, 2009
Cool Kids #4! This final issue in the Cool Kids series gives Jen a little more understanding, a little more comprehension, but not much else. Being cool isn't always kind. But it does love to be pretty.
Cool Kids #4 is eight pages, black-and-white, and can be yours for $1.50, plus shipping and handling.
October 4, 2009
Plants vs. Zombies: Bedtime! is now available in an unlimited run, one copy per order. Order your copy now.
September 17, 2009
Now available, a limited run of PLANTS VS. ZOMBIES: BEDTIME!
This four-page, black and white comic is an authorized fan-work based on the popular PopCap Games’ “Plants vs. Zombies.” Inspired by my family's love of the game, PvZ: BEDTIME is illustrated by Erika Moen. Technical assistance provided by Erik Nelson. Thirty copies are available for the cost of shipping them on a first-come, first-serve basis. One copy per order.
September 16, 2009
Cool Kids #3, on sale now!
The escapades of Jen and her friends continue as they navigate the unexpected twists and turns of being cool. Keep your eyes open for notices of Cool Kids #4, coming in October.
July 28, 2009
Cool Kids #2!
After a few production delays, I'm pleased to announce that Cool Kids #2 is available for purchase. Cool Kids #1 also has a fresh cover by Sean Lynch. Each issue is 8 pages, black and white. When will Cool Kids #3 arrive? It's scheduled to be ready the first week of September.
Thanks again for supporting Cool Kids and Slightly Obsessed Studio!
January 14, 2009
I'm staring at Cool Kids #1. The artist, Sean Lynch, did a bang-up job. It's a small thing — 4.25" x 5.5" — with eight pages and front and back covers. Now I have the job of folding, collating, and stapling the lot. Then sending out review copies and promotional materials.
Which, if I sound grumpy about it, I'm *not*. It's just a big, big thing — sending an actual comic out into the world. Here goes ….
November 17, 2008
I've finished scripts and found an artist for the next project, a four-issue series of minicomics called Cool Kids. I should be meeting with the artist later this month to finalize schedule and details. More information then!
October 12, 2008
Since I sent the script for Vokzal Lunik to Matt, I've been trying to start the next thing. Everything I have in the idea bin is super long. Maybe I should aim for something shorter ….