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May 8, 2020: Supportus Patronus!

These Patreons are as diverse as their creators – typically, they share art, blogs, and what-have-you with their supporters. Usually there are freebies . . . but that's not the big reason to join a Patreon. If there's someone here whose work you especially like, support them! It will give them more time to work on their own projects, and more freedom to take on the outside projects they like.

Because I'd really like you to visit ALL these folks, I'll cut the list off after Munchkin today, and follow up soon with a Patreon article for the TFT and Car Wars fans.

Munchkin, Mostly

Art Baltazar, who illustrated the Super Munchkin Guest Artist Edition – Sketchbooks, ideas, mini-prints. https://www.patreon.com/artbaltazar

Katie Cook, who has done several Munchkin supplements, Deadly Doodles, the Munchkin CCG, dice, and more – From blog access to a new original watercolor every month, all yours! Or, at the level in the middle, you can buy her a bottle of Nobilo Sauvignon Blanc. https://www.patreon.com/katiecook

Lar DeSouza (Scarf-N-Barf, lots of Munchkin) does not have a Patreon, but he does commissions. Your favorite character? You? Your dog? Tweet to him @lartist.

Phil Foglio did the Girl Genius Munchkin set, and various other things. The Studio Foglio Patreon supports their ongoing graphic novel series: https://www.patreon.com/girlgenius

Greg Hyland has been working with us for years: Munchkin Zombies GAE, Munchkin Fu, Chez Geek Spring Break, Ninja Burger . . . His patrons get early access, blogging, and more. https://www.patreon.com/frogcrisis

Mike Luckas illustrated the Munchkin Legends GAE, and worked on the Munchkin CCG – on his Patreon you can get early access, vote on characters for future artwork, and see works in progress. https://www.patreon.com/stupiddeadskullhead 

John Kovalic has been with us since INWO and "Murphy's Rules" in Pyramid. He also has a gaming comic, Dork Tower.  John illustrated the original Munchkin and many, many other Munchkin releases. His patrons can get access to a LOT of blog posts, as well as works in progress, and discounts at his online store – https://www.patreon.com/Kovalic

Len Peralta, of Geek a Week, drew the Star Munchkin GAE, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, and the Munchkin Apocalypse GAE. His Patreon goal is to do videos about his speed-painting techniques. Of course you get goodies too – https://www.patreon.com/len

Tom Siddel, creator of Gunnerkrigg Court, illustrated the Munchkin Booty GAE and parts of the Munchkin CCG. His Patreon lets him continue as a full-time comic artist and surprise his patrons with Stuff. https://www.patreon.com/gunnerkrigg 

Howard Tayler, creator of Schlock Mercenary, who illustrated Munchkin Starfinder and its supplements. His Patreon offers behind-the-scenes peeks at his process; at higher levels, you can also get ad-free and retina-resolution versions of the strip. https://www.patreon.com/SchlockMercenary

Shane White did the Munchkin Pathfinder GAE and worked on the Munchkin CCG – his supporters get blog articles on "storytelling, creativity, comics, art & more," with more material at higher levels. https://www.patreon.com/shanepatrickwhite

-- Steve Jackson


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