I love doing events and especially when there’s the chance to do some good. As well as promoting our group and supporting our artists we are also looking to raise money for some cancer charities as well. If we hit our targets we can cover our costs and ensure a substantial amount to help combat cancer.
If you can’t attend or you’re not based in the local area we would still really appreciate donations to help support our group and some fantastic causes- More info here-
We’d also like to say massive thanks to our latest sponsors Edward Couzens-Lake and Leapfrog Training. If you would like to be sponsors too check out http://www.reynardcity.com/advertise or chip in and get cool prizes at http://www.reynardcity.com/donate
Reynard City Quiz And Chips Night
(10th August Hinks Meadow Village Hall, Thorpe Marriott)
Enjoy some fab food, take part in a quiz AND get some cool prizes! Hosted by Reynard City’s No. 1 fan and cancer survivor Gizzy Linnell this is your chance to have fun and be awesome. Get your quiz teams together now, more info here!
Reynard City Art Exhibition Launch Party 25th August
(Indigo Tattoo And Body Piercing, Lower Goat Lane, Norwich)
Big thanks to Indigo who will be displaying our artwork as part of their commitment to artwork in the community. This is your chance to buy framed prints, comics and more. For each purchase a donation will be made to local cancer charities, for more info come here.
Emma Nuule, one of our Domestic colleagues, has made the below video and submitted it to Serco’s got talent.
Emma is an amazing soprano singer as you will find out when you go on the link below:
We need to get ‘Liking’ Emma’s video to help her get through to our regional finals. Please vote now and get your friends and family to vote too. You can also get on to the website by visiting www.serco25.com > Having fun > Serco’s got talent > Mezzo Soprano Singer
Emma is also performing at our family fun day so you will be able to see her talent live J on the 3rd August.
The closing date for the competition is 31st August 2013 - after this date The ten “talents” in each of our regions with the most ‘likes’ will go through to a regional final. A panel of judges will select the most impressive talents who will then showcase their skills in the ‘Serco’s Got Talent’ live show at the Serco25 Gala Event in November 2013. Each individual or group selected to perform at the Serco25 Gala Event will have the support of a professional production team who will help them to put on the show of a lifetime, in front of the live gala audience.
Please get voting for our very own NNUH talent!
Hi everyone- it’s another day for big news!
Happy to say that our first exhibition event has been confirmed, it’ll be on the 25th August at the Indigo Tattoo and Piercing Studio in Norwich (Lower Goat Lane to be exact) http://www.facebook.com/events/548153105230720/?fref=ts
After the initial launch event prints and framed pictures from our fantastic artists as well as other goodies will be on sale. If you would like your work considered for it email it to us email@example.com and you could get your work sold with us!
As well as buying some cool stuff we will also have material on hand to tell people more about our project and our plans for the future (including a big exclusive regarding our animation project, so keep your eye on the event page!)
Coming up after that is the Norcon sci fi convention at the Holiday Inn. This event has always been good and the guys there have always looked after us!
Reynard City producer Will Turner and sales wiz Jess Austin at Norcon 2011. Top work!
Our aim is always to be on the best possible show. In order to do this we need sponsors (it also means we can give more of a cut to our artists, who work hard and deserve credit for their efforts).
This is why we have updated our sponsor packages so that we can do more and make the project sustainable for the people that make it happen!
If you would like more details on the events we have coming up and what you can do to support us (and promote your business) email firstname.lastname@example.org
I freely admit that even now, as a 30 year old man, I love cartoons. Not just any cartoons but good ones!
I was lucky when I was little as the 90′s cartoons seemed to be (for the most part) broadly divided into two- the comic faithful adaptations of X-Men, Spider-Man, Batman and so forth. These were shows that you had to be there for, for me they were my Lost, Dr Who etc (Here is a top example of an opening them that gets you psyched for whatever follows- trust me this theme will stay in your head!)
The other kind were your Earthworm Jim, Adventures of Sonic, Freakazoid, Animaniacs type cartoons. These were the ones that were wacky, fuelled with bright colours and energy. These were shows that seemed to be made by people who probably ate candy for breakfast and had caffiene injected directly into their brains (as evidenced from this intro.)
Now as an adult I have the chance to work with some brilliant people on my cartoon. I would describe Reynard City as a cross between those two types of cartoon- the comic adventure mixed with a sense of nuttiness. And YOU have the chance to help make this happen!
Whether it’s bigging us up on Twitter (@ReynardCity), Facebook or plugging us on your website or blog, it all helps. The people who have worked hard on this deserve your support. If you can support us directly (www.reynardcity.com/donate or www.reynardcity.com/advertise)
If you want more info on current developments on this and other projects, email me email@example.com
Welcome to Reynard City, a Saturday morning cartoon in webcomic form!
“Mad as a box of frogs and all the better for it” Samuel Victor, Night Of The Living Dead 3D
“Thundercats on crack” Gizzy Linnell
If you’ve been here before and want to go straight to the latest issue click the pic below or head here to start downloading your free comics! Alternatively click here if you want a print copy to own and treasure forever!
The Story So Far- AK Girl, Wondervixen and Hyper Rob have come from the planet Animal Kingdom to Earth’s Reynard City in order to stop the evil Mega Fox. However as well taking on a bewildering array of bizarre villains (including disgruntled former caterer Caramel Girl, ditzy henchoperative Insect Girl and the always unpredictable monster supplier Warp King) the team face AK Girl’s bizarre caramel allergy, internal disputes and a dark secret that threatens to destroy them all…
If you have any questions feel free to contact us via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we’ll be happy to have a chat!All our issues are available for free on the site (where you can also find out about our video game, animation and graphic novel projects that are currently in development) and print copies are also available for sale (as well as numerous other cool bits of merchandise!). You’ll also see Donate buttons on various pages here and if you donate we will send some exclusive rewards as a thank you!)