J. Paul Schiek

is creating Comicbooks

2

patrons

$11

per month
I’m an independent contractor and comic book creator currently living and operating out of Southern California. I work hard to support my family, holding down a full time “day job,” while both teaching and taking graduate level coursework at California State University, Fullerton. Amidst all of it, I make comics, both writing and drawing them. While I am currently connected to a number of independent projects literally nation wide, I am also plugging away at my own titles, my own stories. Becoming my patron means getting in on the inside loop of some art and story work that are very near and dear to my heart. It means receiving very regular updates as well as access to exclusive digital content. Once a month, I’ll even be giving away a physical piece of art, either a signed print from my digital collection, or a one of a kind pencil on paper original. I deeply appreciate your encouragement and support. As you help make all of this worth my time, I will be working tirelessly (I will literally pull the tires off my car if you ask me to) to ensure that it is worth yours as well. Please. But above all, thank you. 
Tiers
Buck-in Bronco
$1 or more per month
Regular updates, monthly digital sketch collection.
Two Buck Truck
$2 or more per month
Regular updates, monthly ANNOTATEDdigital sketch collection.
The Fiver
$5 or more per month
Regular updates, monthly digital sketch collection, one free issue of Reclaimed Youth Quarterly Journal per year. 
Ten-der Lovin’
$10 or more per month
Regular updates, monthly digital sketch collection.Free one year subscription to forthcoming “Reclaimed Youth” quarterly digital magazine about comics and pop culture nostalgia.
Action Jackson
$20 or more per month
Regular (and irregular) updates, all of the digital content offered at other tiers, free TWO YEAR subscription to forthcoming “Reclaimed Youth,” digital quarterly magazine, showcasing independent comics projects, reviews and pop culture nostalgia, respect, prestige, possible tax write off. 
Goals
2 of 50 patrons
The more money I make making comics means the more time I will ultimately have to make said comics as I diversify my income and slowly edge the day job out of the panel and into the gutter, so to speak. 
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I’m an independent contractor and comic book creator currently living and operating out of Southern California. I work hard to support my family, holding down a full time “day job,” while both teaching and taking graduate level coursework at California State University, Fullerton. Amidst all of it, I make comics, both writing and drawing them. While I am currently connected to a number of independent projects literally nation wide, I am also plugging away at my own titles, my own stories. Becoming my patron means getting in on the inside loop of some art and story work that are very near and dear to my heart. It means receiving very regular updates as well as access to exclusive digital content. Once a month, I’ll even be giving away a physical piece of art, either a signed print from my digital collection, or a one of a kind pencil on paper original. I deeply appreciate your encouragement and support. As you help make all of this worth my time, I will be working tirelessly (I will literally pull the tires off my car if you ask me to) to ensure that it is worth yours as well. Please. But above all, thank you. 

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Tiers
Buck-in Bronco
$1 or more per month
Regular updates, monthly digital sketch collection.
Two Buck Truck
$2 or more per month
Regular updates, monthly ANNOTATEDdigital sketch collection.
The Fiver
$5 or more per month
Regular updates, monthly digital sketch collection, one free issue of Reclaimed Youth Quarterly Journal per year. 
Ten-der Lovin’
$10 or more per month
Regular updates, monthly digital sketch collection.Free one year subscription to forthcoming “Reclaimed Youth” quarterly digital magazine about comics and pop culture nostalgia.
Action Jackson
$20 or more per month
Regular (and irregular) updates, all of the digital content offered at other tiers, free TWO YEAR subscription to forthcoming “Reclaimed Youth,” digital quarterly magazine, showcasing independent comics projects, reviews and pop culture nostalgia, respect, prestige, possible tax write off.