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Tails of Lanschilandia - Book 1
Hurrah, it's our first book!
As of August 2014, Tails of Lanschilandia has finally made its debut in print form. The sum of over two years of work on the comic, it's printed by Lulu and available in a full colour and a (much less expensive) greyscale edition. Follow the exploits of Lanschi the duck and his friends in the format of an actual comic book as they try to foil the plans of the evil wizard Kakralomino and his monsters. Fun and wonderfully weird wackiness for all ages!
Click one of the links to the left to be taken to the product page on Lulu, or check out the feature list and FAQ below first to get a detailed look at what's in it!
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)None of these questions have actually been asked yet. I'm asking them myself so you don't have to!
Q:Why is the full colour version so twiddling expensive? You're so greedy!
A:The books are printed "on demand" by Lulu - that means when you order one, it doesn't exist yet and will be printed specifically for you. This unfortunately makes printing very expensive, and only a tiny percentage of what you pay goes to me. Bulk printing the books in advance is currently not feasible as there's not enough demand and no easy way for me to distribute them. Sorry!
Q:Are the Dyllis Filler pages in colour?
A:Dyllis Filler is printed in black & white, no matter which version you order. No coloured version of the comic exists as of writing this.
Q:What resolution will the pages be printed at?
A:All pages will be printed at 300 DPI, a significantly higher resolution than their online ("web resolution") counterparts. Older pages (especially A Spoony Experience) may not see a significant increase in quality, as the originals were created at lower-than-print resolution and had to be scaled up artificially.
Q:Are the pages unaltered?
A:Largely. Some minor mistakes have been fixed; these may or not may not be reflected on the website already. None of the old pages were updated to match the current art style - what you see on the web is what you get.
Q:What about the introduction page?
A:The current, revised (as of 2014) introduction page will be printed in the book (at 300 DPI print resolution).