4 Reasons to Geek Out About The River Fox by Jonny Jimison

My buddy, Jonny Jimison, is one of the most clever and gifted cartoonists I’ve ever met. Jonny’s first graphic novel, Martin and Marco: The Dragon Lord Saga, has been described as “The Lord of the Rings meets Calvin and Hobbes.” Personally, I can’t think of a more accurate descriptor for Jonny’s work and sense of humor. The sequel to Martin and MarcoThe River Fox, is being kickstarted right now. I asked Jonny to tell you, my readers, why you should support his efforts. Here are a few reasons to geek out about The River Fox.



If you’d like to support Jonny’s efforts to fund The River Fox, please go to his kickstarter and give generously. Share the kickstarter with your friends and family and send Martin on an epic quest! Hurry though, the kickstarter only has a week left!

Special thanks to Jonny Jimison for drawing up these special cartoons specifically for my blog. If you have other artistic needs, Jonny’s your man. I can personally attest to the awesomeness of his business card art and prompt turnaround time. Check out his other work at his site: http://jonny-jimison.squarespace.com/.

About The Nerdy Blogger

Ashley Thomas is The Nerdy Blogger. She holds a B. A. in English Literature from Maryville College in Maryville, Tennessee (c/o 2007) and completed her M. A. in Literature and Language, concentrating in Imaginative Literature at Signum University in Summer 2017. Ashley blogs, reads, writes (for fun and for hire), and spends time with her husband, Ryan, and their two cat-monsters, Luna and Oliver. She and Ryan reside in Charlotte, North Carolina with a large quantity of board games, comic books, and polyhedral dice. She would like to be Brienne of Tarth, Leslie Knope, and Hermione Granger when she grows up.
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