Win a Copy of the Critically Acclaimed Graphic Novel RIP M.D. This Christmas


Lincoln Butterfield Animation are giving away a copy of the fantastic graphic novel RIP M. D. (from Fantagraphics Books). I picked up a copy of this book recently, and it was an amazingly fun read. Make sure you head to their Facebook page, to win a copy of the release, and if you don’t win, just go out and buy a copy anyway , it’s well worth the money!

From the press release:

Christmas Caption Competition

Win a copy of the critically acclaimed Graphic Novel RIP M.D. this Christmas

Yes it’s that time of the year again and we’ve got a competition that’s going to get you into the Christmas spirit. Lincoln Butterfield Animation is hosting a Graphic Novel giveaway starting December 13th and entering couldn’t be easier.

Simply visit and take a look at the incomplete Christmas Comic Strip drawn by Emmy Award Winner Mitch Schauer displayed on the page.  All you then have to do is come up with a hilarious punch line to complete the strip and you’ve entered the competition!  It’s really that simple.

Pop your award-winning punch line as a comment under the photo and the boys at Lincoln Butterfield will chose their winner.  The competition entry ends on December 19th.


About RIP M.D.
RIP M.D. was written and illustrated by Mitch Schauer, an Emmy® Award-winning producer, writer and designer. Comic book veteran Mike Vosburg has brought his innovative, illustrative style to the artwork’s inking, and Michael Lessa and Justin Yamaguchi have created a whole new look for RIP M.D. with their cinematic color and special effects expertise.

What the press are saying about RIP M.D.

“…simply awesome.” – Animation Magazine

“RIP MD is near perfect…– Ain’t It Cool News

“Hopefully, there is more to come, but our first appointment with Rip M.D. is pure fun.” – Comic Book Bin

“…graphic novels such as this are a great outlet for ambitious creators with ample imaginations. Check it out.” – Cartoon Brew

“Angry Beavers creator Schauer displays a knowledge and fondness for the old-school culture of monster movies, and the art [in Rip M.D.] has a nice balance between the macabre and the absurd.” – Publishers Weekly

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