Gingerbread Houses begins its fourth chapter tomorrow at its brand new home on the web, PictureStoryTheater.com. 2010 promises many new trials for the unfortunate family, as we enter into the next phase of our story. Gingerbread Houses is a self-contained graphic novel, and is now halfway through its two-year run in online serialization.
PictureStoryTheater.com will serve as the primary home for Alexander Danner’s comics inspired by fairy tales, fables, and children’s literature, and is aimed at a young adult to adult audience. In addition to Gingerbread Houses, PictureStoryTheater.com will serve as the archive for the original Picture Story Theater comics, which were illustrated by Bill Duncan and originally published on ModernTales.com. Danner’s more experimental, mainstream literary, and workplace-themed works will continue to reside at TwentySevenLetters.com.
Gingerbread Houses will continue to update at ModernTales.com and in Grug’s livejournal, in addition to on the PictureStoryTheater.com website.
In addition, the first two chapters of Gingerbread Houses are now available as a print mini, and can be purchased via PictureStoryTheater.com.
Gingerbread Houses is written by Alexander Danner (“The Discovery of Spoons,” “Five Ways to Love a Cockroach,” “Panel One”) and illustrated by Edward J. Grug III (“Love Puppets,” “Glorious Bounty,” “The Bizarre Life of Charlie Red Eye”).
Edward J. Grug III