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Stuart McMillen matched crowdfunding 2024

Matched crowdfunding 2024

With the help of Createive Australia, I am holding a matched crowdfunding campaign for The Town Without Television, as part of ACF Boost 2024.

Peak Oil in CARBON exhibition at Science Gallery Bengaluru

My comic Peak Oil was displayed near the bitumen artwork installation Energy Slave Tokens at Science Gallery Bengaluru's CARBON exhibition in 2024.

Energy Slaves on display in Luxembourg

My comic Energy Slaves was framed and is on permanent display at the Earthship environmental education centre Äerdschëff in Luxembourg.

Six comic books by Stuart McMillen on a table

Four classic comic books now in print

For the first time, I have printed versions of four of my most enduring comics available for sale through my online store. Full details of these books, including how to buy the mega value pack!

Stuart McMillen signs book contract with Scribe Publications

Stuart McMillen signs publishing contract with Scribe for debut book

Today I am proudly announcing that I have signed a contract with Scribe Publications for my debut graphic novel The Town Without Television. I explain this good news in a short 3-minute video.

Rat Park printed comics arranged on a table

Rat Park printed comic books – now available for purchase

In conjunction with its 10-year anniversary, I am now offering printed comic book versions of Rat Park for the first time. These comics are now listed on my online store for A$10 per book. I am offering bulk purchase options for groups who want to buy larger quantities.

Patreon greeting card offer

FAQ about my new Patreon greeting card offer

Announcing a brand new offer: if you join my Patreon campaign pledging $15 per month or more, I will send you a pack of eight greeting cards. I explain this offer in full.

My new online shop: greeting cards, prints + more!

I have just launched an online store to sell greeting cards, postcards and art prints featuring my cartoon artwork. This blog post shows my first two illustrations that this merchandise will feature.

Two years of reading (2019-21)

Every two years I publish a list of the books which I read during that period. Here is my 2019-21 list, featuring "The Disaster Artist" by Greg Sestero as my favourite book from that period.