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Done with Permission.Jim has decided they’ll have real food as long as they’re on Earth and Spock agrees to go grocery shopping with him. (If only to insist that only one type of cookie will be needed Jim, I do not enjoy sweets-) Their hand basket his already heavy on Jim’s arm when he remembers the soap."I don’t have to use regulation soap, Spock." Jim whines as they make their way toward the front of the store, "I can smell pretty if I want to." Spock only shakes his head and gestures that Jim lead the way.Jim takes his time looking through the selection of soaps, asking Spock if he likes a particular scent now and then. It’s all very domestic. From the next isle over, they hear a small boy, “C-can we get the S-Starfleet Band Aids, m-mommy?”"I like Mr.Spock. Can we get the one with Commander Spock on it?" A little girl adds. Spock freezes and Jim looks up with a grin.The Enterprise was a famous ship, and her crew were well known among the civilian population so when Starfleet asked them to do a few photos for ‘promotional purposes’, most everyone had been thrilled. Uhura and Jim had even wheedled at Spock until he agreed to join in.Spock has gone faintly green and Jim drops his final choice in the basket before taking his t’hy’la by the arm. “I have to say,” He whispers with a smile, “She’s got good taste.” Spock tries to make himself small as they walk past but he’s so much taller than Jim and a Vulcan in a human market is so unusual, it’s inevitable they’re spotted. At the check out, there is a startled cry from behind them."M- m- mommy!" It’s the little boy, dropping the box of animal cookies in his hand to grab his mother’s pant leg. The girl whirls around and gasps.Jim smiles and waves at them. Spock looks very unsure. The boy picks up his cookies and his mother tries to stop him from walking up to them. “It’s fine, ma’am.” Jim assures her, crouching."Y-you’re Captain Jim Kirk." The boy says, shy now. Jim nods and when the kid looks up at Spock and his little face lights up. "You’re C-c-commander S-Spock?" Spock nods, crouching when Jim gestures him down. "You s-stopped the R-Romulan." The boy says, nudging his shoes together, "My Mama almost d-died b-but you m-made him stop."Spock blinks several times and the boy launches forward to hug him. Jim catches his shoulder so he doesn’t fall back. The sister rushes up and hugs Spock around her brother."Anna, Charlie!" Their mother tuts at both children as they untangle themselves, "Behave yourselves! I’m so sorry, to both of you."Jim helps Spock up and tries not to laugh. “It’s fine, ma’am.” Jim assures her, “It’s nice to hear we helped.” Spock nods absently."Thank you," The woman adds as she herds the kids toward the register, "You did safe my wife. And you kind of saved me that way." She smiles and returns to the task of the children.They check out and start walking back to their temporary apartment in silence. Jim can tell Spock is still thinking about what happened and leaves him to it. They’re putting up the groceries when Spock finally speaks. “Those children…” He says, “They hugged me.”"They like you." Jim leans up against the counter, "You’re their hero." They’re both quiet a moment. "I’m not the only one who likes you, you know."Spock looks up at him, a tiny smile playing at the corner of his mouth. “I am… growing more accustomed to that fact.”
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Kupala, the summer solstice feast, is one of few nights when magic can interfere with reality.
When you are a child, they tell you don’t go into the forest alone, especially on the night like kupala, it never ends well. And yet, when you wander through the trees lost and scared, a forest girl shows up and helps you out. You hear stories, how forest folk is only bad news, but you can’t stay away from her and see her every year as she becomes your best friends and first love.
Kupała (or Kupala in English) is a fantasy story taking place during Summer Solstice over the span of few years, deriving from Slavic mythology and folk tales. In short- fantasy (peppered with romance) with Slavs. I bet you haven’t read anything like that yet! For more info, please check my tag [Kupała].
Honest warning: this is intended for mature readers. It may look like fairy tale, but it isn’t, believe me. I’d love to go into specifics, but anything I say at this point will ruin the plot, so I trust readers to be mature in whatever capacity they deem relevant when purchasing this comics.
Have I caught your attention and you want to purchase a comic? Great! Because we are opening pre-orders for the book!
Kupała consists of 24 pages of black and white comics + cover in colour, physical copy is the size of American floppy, approx. 16x26 cm.
These are your options:
- Fun, fast and easy digital through [gumroad].
In preorder only 0.99$ (or more if you feel generous), no DMR or licensing, .pdf and .cbr included. The file will be sent on July, 22nd, on it’s intended release date, closing digital pre-orders.
After that the book will cost 2$+, so don’t hesitate and order now!
- Longer, but hopefully worth your time and money. Physical copy of the book can be purchased through [storenvy.com]. If bought before July, 13th it’ll cost only 4.5$+shipping (instead of regular 5.5$) and come with some thank-you-for-pre-ordering extras. For more details, please check the storenvy listing! Physical copies will be shipped at the latest on 22nd, but we will try our best to get them out as early as possible.
- If by any chance, you work at or own a comic book shop selling indie/self-published books, please, contact me directly here or at [gazdownaATgmail.com], so we could work out a deal that’ll suit us all nicely!
- If you bought a copy at a con, please, contact me and I will sent you corrected pdf. There were some mistakes I feel embarrassed by and I’d rather you didn’t remember us by them :) I will ask a question to make sure, though!
- Jeśli jesteście z Polski i chcecie zapłacić przelewem, zapraszam do uzupełnienia [tego formularza].
But wait, there’s more! (like free comics :D)
If, for any reason, you aren’t able to buy a book, don’t worry! Reblog and spread the word and for every, let’s say, for every 50 physical copies ordered we will give away 1 book and for every 25 digital orders, we’ll give away 1 digital copy (which means we start with 2 to give away!), we will randomly pick people who reblogged, liked or commented on this post! We’ll pick the winners of the raffle on July, 22nd, day of the release.
Guys, guys! Our comic is now officially on sale, so if you’re into slavic myths and stuff like that (or even if you’re not) don’t miss the opportunity to check it out! :D
You can buy a pdf version, a printed one or get a free copy if you reblog this post!
Also, lots of thanks for those of you who have already supported us at MCM London and back home! You guys don’t even know how much your feedback and your support means to us! No matter how many times I say thanks it will never be enough to cover how grateful I am!