The much anticipated second issue of Zotz: Serpent and Shield is here! A heftier volume, with 124 pages of story and art, as well as additional material – map, character sheets, glossary, and pronunciation guide. Buy it today at the Zotz Store or locally at Mission Comics & Art. Issue 3 will arrive early to mid August 2014.
We’ll be exhibiting at table 747A at the Alternative Press Expo 2012 , on Saturday Oct. 13 from 11AM to 7PM and Sunday Oct. 14 from 11AM to 6PM at the Concourse Exhibition Center, 635 8th Street San Francisco, CA 94103. (Google Maps)
We’ll be selling copies of issue 1 ($6) and a coloring book featuring the animals of Mesoamerica ($2). We’ll also have a free 9 pg. ashcan, previewing the second issue.
Free with Comic-Con 2012 badge. $10 single day pass, or $15 for both days. Purchase passes here or on-site.
How to Get There:
You can get to APE on public transit – Muni, BART & Caltrain. A free shuttle bus is available, you can read all about it here.
Not at Burning Man for Labor Day weekend? Catch us at SF Zinefest, we’ll be at Table 39.
September 1-2, 2012 from 11Am to 6PM. Free admission and held at the: San Francisco County Fair Building, 119 9th Ave. & Lincoln Way in Golden Gate Park (Google Map). Nearby public transit – N-Judah, 44 O’Shaughnessy, 71 Haight-Noriega.
We’ll have the first issue and a mini coloring book for sale, as well as free copies of a 9-page preview of the monster sized (140+pages) second issue, which we’ll publish this fall/winter.
Confused by the cast of characters? I’ve made a character sheet, which I will update as each issue is released.
Bookmark the permanent Zotz Character Sheet page – found here.
The characters with question marks instead of portraits will appear in issue 2. – Daniel
Follow the story events using the detailed map found in this page – Zotz Map
Below is a thumbnail showing where the events in issues 1 and 2 take place. Issue 1 begins in the village of Chan, which lies on the border of the Tlacao and Teotl Empires. While the bulk of Issue 2 takes place in Xoconochco province.