Tag: Dynamic Comic Viewer
Polly “Pixie” Talbish hasn’t had the opportunity to get down and dirty in some time, but that’s all about to change with the release of Dossier 006: Fire in the Ice - now available in the Epoch Art store. Go grab yourself a copy for only $9.99 USD. BE SURE YOU HAVE THE DCV VERSION 3.0 OR YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO VIEW THIS PRODUCT! You can download it here: DCV Version 3.0 Download
In this dossier, Polly (one of the female protagonists from the Epoch Art erotic comic Dark Rift) is fixing a sensor relay when an accident simultaneously causes and explosion and contaminates the air supply. With only minutes to act, she tries to escape with her pet alien Jester but succumbs to lack of oxygen. As she lay dying, help arrives in the form of a young pilot who she decides to thank in a ‘special’ way.
And, as always, if you pick up a copy please consider leaving a review and/or a rating on the product page to help other potential buyers. If you’d like to discuss anything in particular regarding this dossier, feel free to leave a comment in this thread and we can get a dialogue going.
Also, a big thank you to all of you for your patience as my web host took their sweet ass time installing my new SSL certificate. I appreciate the comments and the concern. And I’d also like to thank everyone for the warm birthday wishes. Now I’m off to Rio! Catch you all some time next week!
The Dynamic Comic Viewer (DCV) software was updated some time ago to version 3.0 and we did a stealth update on the website, but it is imperative that you download it if you plan on purchasing any new comics, including the upcoming Dossier 006: Fire in the Ice.
Just go to the DCV page HERE to redownload the software.
There were minor enhances and bug fixes, so it isn’t really a ‘version 3.0′ so much as a ’2.01′, but that is what the developer chose as the iteration number, so who am I to judge? Just go download it as soon as possible. It is backward compatible, so it will play all of your already purchased comics and dossiers with no issue. You can simply delete your old DCV folder from your hard drive and replace it with the new one.
Any questions, just ask in the comments below. I fully expect to get like a hundred emails when Fire in the Ice releases that it won’t play because they are trying to open it in v2.0 and they didn’t read this post (or the note on the product page). DON’T BE THAT GUY. Pointing, laughing, name-calling, insults to your manhood, and general public ridicule will follow.
Welcome to 2015, ladies and gentlemen! I apologize for the extended absence, but I left town before Christmas like a whirling dervish and spent a week just recuperating from the holidays after I returned. I sincerely hope that all of you had a wonderful holiday filled with family, friends, and memories! 2015 is the Year of the Goat, soooo… I guess drink some goat’s milk for posterity? I think that’s how it works. Leg of lamb with hot goat’s milk is the traditional dinner… I think… Don’t quote me on that, though. I let my astrology practitioner’s license lapse years ago.
Okay, first up for 2015 is going to be Dossier 006: Fire in the Ice, featuring the indomitable Polly “Pixie” Talbish of the Dark Rift series, coming early February (date to be announced soon). In case you don’t recall, this was the second most popular concept voted on in the open poll for dossier concepts (you can revisit that post right here). This concept was the only one that
Well, I’m back on the grid and ready to drop some updates. But to be honest, the notion of writing a long-winded blog post to fill you all in on my San Diego Comic Con 2014 experience, update plans for the DCV, social media launches, and the state of my liver after the heavy boozing over the last two weeks seems exhausting. So I’m just going to let this one flow ‘stream of consciousness’ style and see where it takes us. I hope to be brief. I also hope I’m wearing briefs because I just pissed myself with boredom (that’s a thing, right?).
First off, SDCC 2014 was incredible albeit lacking in energy and pizzazz. This year felt… smaller. I don’t know quite how to describe it. Missing was the grand spectacle of previous year’s booths, which would blow your mind as you first walked on the exhibit floor. Also seemingly in smaller numbers were the cosplayers. I honestly don’t recall seeing even one single Power Girl. Seriously. How the fuck was there no Power Girl cosplay? That’s usually the go-to cosplay for chicks who want to show off their magnificent rack. And finally, the crowd itself just seemed to be lacking the enthusiasm and energy of years past. It was a very low-energy vibe I got this year…