Here we will try to answer some of the normal (and some of the absurd) questions we often get about Epidigm.
What does “Epidigm” mean anyways?
We came up with the name epidigm as a portmandeau of the prefix “epi”, meaning above or beyond and “paradigm” meaning a way of thinking or understanding a concept. This was the perfect reflection of our desire to make comics within already accepted conventions, but to push against the very same conventions as much as we can. We want to have comics that people can approach, but will also give them pause to rethink an idea.
Who is Epidigm?
The Epidigm artists are Wei Li and Anise Shaw, two comic artistswho live in the same home, eat the same food and breath the same air. Why not share the same website? Seems logical.
What Conventions will you be selling at in 2011?
Emerald City Comic Con – March 2011 in Seattle
Wonder Con – April 2011 in San Francisco
Stumptown – April 2011 in Portland
TCAF – May 2011 in Toronto
Calgary Comic Con – June 2011 in Calgary
VanCAF – June 2011 in Vancouver
Anime Evolution – August 2011 in Vancouver
Comix & Stories – August 2011 in Vancouver
Jet City – September 2011 in Seattle
SPX – September 2011 in Bethesda, Maryland
This list is subject to change!
What Stores can I find your Comics in?
Currently most of our books are only available for purchase online. We will have a comprehensive list of retailers here when our books hit the bookstores.
Do You Sell Books at Wholesale to Retailers?
Absolutely. If you are a retailer and are interested in stocking any of the Epidigm books, please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we would be happy to fulfill your order.
Can I stalk you on the Internet?
Perhaps, if you want to follow us on twitter, join our facebook group, or subscribe to our RSS! You might even want to send us a quick email. Our individual facebook profiles are for real life friends only though, sorry.
If you really want to stalk us to all of the forums we post on, or anything of the sort, we will be weirded out and flattered all at once.