Common Questions – aka FAQs
What is Jace’s Inferno?
Jace’s Inferno is a comic inspired very roughly by the epic poem, Dante’s Inferno. (Though no knowledge of the book is needed to understand Jace’s). It’s full of demons and action, as well as a fair helping of comedy.
Who writes/draws Jace’s Inferno?
Jace’s Inferno is written and drawn by Eric DeWitt, an 18-year old comic artist who lives in Austin, Texas, and is currently attending Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee. The pages are edited by Brian Ruliffson.
How often does Jace’s Inferno update?
Jace’s Inferno is currently on hiatus. I am working on another comic at the moment, which you can expect to see on the internet before too long, which will be in full color! Sorry- Jace’s Inferno is NOT over, and it will be completed in time, I just don’t know when I will take it back up. -Eric Jace’s is updated 5 days a week, Monday-Friday. However, my school and work schedules don’t permit me time after school every day, so typically I update the site with all the pages up to the day one day of the week, and schedule the rest of the week’s pages at this time as well. I also occasionally take my school breaks off.
How is Jace’s Inferno created?
Jace’s is created using standard-sized printer paper, a mechanical pencil, a sharpie for panel borders, and in the most recent pages charcoal/graphite sticks for some of the shading. It is then scanned in and tweaked in photoshop before it is posted.
When was Jace’s Inferno started?
I started drawing Jace’s Inferno sometime mid-2010. Jace’s was originally put up on my other comic site, ericandjosh.com, and then later transferred to its own domain.
What other comics do you draw?
I’m currently working on another comic about gangsters, but have not put it up anywhere as of yet. Expect to start seeing this sometime in the future! I sometimes update a biographical comic on ericandjosh.com called Comic Times, but my co-owner of that site doesn’t post very often, so I’m not particularly inspired to keep up a schedule for it. I also have drawn a multitude of comic books I never published anywhere.
You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org (I think) or at email@example.com. I don’t check my E-mail incredibly often, but I’ll get back to you within the week, typically.