"Calamity Cash & The Town with No Name" - Second Printing!

The first print run of "Calamity Cash & the Town with No Name" has sold out! While I'm not going to say it's impossible, if you were looking to get a first run copy of the comic, you're more or less out of luck. But don't worry - that doesn't mean you still can't buy your own issue of "Calamity Cash" - they're still on sale, as we gear up for our second print run, and a couple of exciting things on the horizon.

You can place an order via the button on the sidebar, or here:

Can't begin to tell you how thankful, and excited I am about this. The honest fact is, I never truly expected these to sell in any real sense, and the fact that I've run through all of my stock really gives me a charge - and makes me realize I have some very good, very generous friends. There's no overstating how grateful the whole Calamity Cash team is right now.

You may have noticed a few changes to The Mojo Wire too. With a new, quick-and-simple url [www.themojowire.org], a bunch of handy web buttons to help you share these posts all over your social networking sites, and some general cleanup of the Blog Roll which... well, it was an accident that the new home ate the old one, but it was probably for the best. [By the by - if you have a blog, and I don't have it listed in the sidebar, and you'd like it to be, email me at mojo.wire.productions@gmail.com.] It's a whole new world.

And next week, maybe the week after - "Calamity Cash Fan Appreciation Week." What is it? You'll see.

Synopsis after the jump:

"Calamity Cash & The Town with No Name" (25 pages, $3.50, plus shipping): The mother/daughter vigilante team of Tana and Cal Cash are on the run from an Afro-rocking, Kung-Fu assassin, and have been forced to make their last stand in a nameless desert town hiding an unbelievable secret - every last citizen is in the Witness Protection program! Out of gas, low on ammo, and with their backs against the wall, Calamity and Mama Cash become the town's unlikely protectors, but with friends so quickly becoming enemies, and old enemies becoming friends, is the whole place doomed to burn? And will our heroines be the ones to light the first match? A modern-day action/adventure western with words by Randall Nichols, and art by Justin Cornell.

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