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Robyn Hood from Zenescope’s new series stars on this black t-shirt! Preorder it here: http://ow.ly/vQSRl

I WANT ONE.

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Robyn Hood from Zenescope’s new series stars on this black t-shirt! Preorder it here: http://ow.ly/vQSRl

I WANT ONE.

ROBYN HOOD: LEGEND #3

This is such a Gisbourne issue. It felt strange that Robyn’s role in this was more of a background one, as her POV has been ours since issue #1 of the first series. Gisbourne needed his time to shine, though, and this one sheds much needed light on him… as well as some on Avella and Marian.

This issue will be out next month!

Beware of preview spoilers, Robyn Hood readers!

If you have not read ROBYN HOOD: LEGEND #1 yet, please do not read any previews for #2 that are now online. There is a massive spoiler on every page of… probably the rest of the series for you. Check out #1 first!

Writing the final issue of ROBYN HOOD

ROBYN HOOD: LEGEND #4 was written last night in a flurry of espresso, feels, tears, and manic-manicness. And then, after that, I wrote 3/4 of the next issue. Now that I’ve cleaned up the mess of #4, it’s time for me to do the same with #5.

And then write my final few pages of the Robyn Hood trilogy. It’s insane to think that Robyn Hood Volume One was my first EVER miniseries for Zenescope Entertainment. Hell, it was my first ever miniseries, period. Now, over one-hundred comics later, the story is ending tonight.

Here’s to Robyn. And to you, for reading the series enough that we got THREE VOLUMES. That’s crazy. CRAZY. I remember I had two versions of the story. There was the version that I told myself was going to happen.

VERSION ONE. Robyn Hood #1 sells decent. I knew it’d be at least decent. I did a shit-ton of press on it, Zenescope’s marketing was on point, the covers were phenomenal, and I was basically just confident we wouldn’t fuck that up. But I thought, best case scenario, Robyn Hood #1-5 sell decent and then I get to use the character in other parts of the Grimm Universe.

VERSION TWO. Robyn Hood #1 does REALLY WELL and then every thing we do with the character after the first series does REALLY WELL and I can tell this story exactly how I want to. But this is the painful line of thinking, Patrick, this hurts. Don’t think this way. This will never happen.

IT HAPPENED.

So, I got to tell my crazy story. I’m about to finish it. Again, thanks for sticking around.

And fuck, wait until you see what I’m launching the month after the final issue…

ROBYN HOOD: LEGEND #1.

March 2014.

ROBYN HOOD: LEGEND #1.

March 2014.

Chris Wilkinson, who just may be the biggest ROBYN HOOD fan on the planet, printed out a picture of my face and made a mask of it.

He printed out.

A picture of my face.

AND MADE A MASK OUT OF IT

I should probably call the police after I’m done laughing about this.