Posts Tagged ‘Makeshift Miracle’

CBF Comic Interviews #1 : Jim Zub

Tuesday, January 17th, 2012


The man behind the success that is Skullkickers and Makeshift Miracle is back on Comic Book Fury for 2012 to share his plans for the new year. In this exquisite interview (at least to my knowledge), we get the following from Jim Zub:

  • Reflections on a great 2011 for his comics properties
  • The next arc of Skullkickers for 2012
  • A Munchkin Skullkickers game? Is Jim killing off the Wizard of Oz or something?
  • What is Makeshift Miracle and what do we have to look forward to next with the series?
  • His 2012 readings and predictions for the industry

If you haven’t caught on to his Skullkickers work, volumes one and two are out now for your purchasing and viewing pleasure. And you can check for updates on the main Skullkickers site.

And check out the online feed of Makeshift Miracle currently running now!

You can also check Jim’s shenanigans out on his live journal. He also stays afloat on that social media space you crazy kids love to talk about.

Music provided by Mondo Ray – Nothing

The Makeshift Miracle Is Coming

Tuesday, September 27th, 2011

I had the honor earlier this year to interview Jim Zubkavich of Image’s Skullkickers fame. Very down to earth and loves what he does. Recently, I saw this pop up in my inbox:

At first, I thought he solved the budget crisis, but turns out he’s got a cool OGN coming out called Makeshift Miracle with art from Shun Hong Chan. Originally published from 2001-2003, it now looks like Jim wants to flesh the story out more and give it another coat of paint.

“It’s a surreal coming of age story. Sandman by way of Stand By Me…It’s been ten years since I originally started Makeshift and I’ve learned so much about storytelling, pacing and dialogue since then. The chance to expand the story and delve deeper into ideas about dreams and desires – I can’t wait for a new generation of readers to dive in, no matter where they live.

2 pages each week on the site will showcase the revised edition, with the full ensemble available in printed form in 2012. Here’s some of what you can expect: