“Hooray, it’s 2015!”

Hello gang! Happy New Year! Firstly, how are you? Secondly, I thought it would be nice to start this post by mentioning, “Baron Von Superhero.” The book seems to have been well received. I’ve got some great feedback, it’s sold fairly well and it’s my first book to ever make its way over to folks in America!

 “Baron Von Superhero is just brilliant. I love stepping into Dan Saunders creatively surreal mind. Fingers crossed for another adventure soon. Save that pudding!” – Maria Louisa Crutchley

You can still purchase a copy of Baron Von Superhero here at lulu.com

As for my plans for this year, I have several! As far as the online world is concerned, I want to take some time to work on longer narratives such as “Mimehouse.” I plan to release a few more stories like this throughout the year. Indeed, this means I’m unlikely to start posting weekly again any time soon, but it will give me time to develop more characters/stories and to practise writing, which is a key personal goal for 2015.

Speaking of writing, in the real world, I’m working on another book. I’ll do another separate update about this very soon. However, in the meantime, this is a top secret project so don’t tell anyone.


Of course, I’m still doing lots of work for “Lard Wants World Peace!” We recently launched a brand new batch of “world peace tips” which I’m quite excited about. Check them out on our blog!


One final note, I recently made a print version of “Architect” available for sale. Sadly, it is expensive. I was hoping to find a cheaper solution to printing, but until I have the money and demand necessary to print in bulk, this will have to do. At least it’s now out there for people who really, really, really, want to buy a copy. Also, the print quality is very excellent and it looks awesome.

Well, that’s everything for the time being, I wish you all the best for the New Year!

Daniel 🙂

About Daniel Saunders

Daniel Saunders is a Graphic Novelist and Alternative Therapist based in the UK. His humorous and thought-provoking style often explores complex themes such as life, death, creativity, justice, education, religion and politics.
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