The Voyage Home is a fanzine featured around Juno Steel and his misadventures! Over twenty artists have contributed to this wonderful zine, which features scenes from the Juno Steel series from Season 1 to Season 2. The full list of artists can be found here.
Physical and digital versions of the zine are available for pre-order from February 14th to April 3rd, 11:59 PM EST.
The digital version is $10 USD, the physical zine is $14 USD with shipping, and the physical zine with merch is $20 USD with shipping. The profits for this zine will be donated to The Penumbra Podcast!
Do you love @thepenumbrapodcast? Do you love the Second Citadel stories? Have you been considering supporting an LGBTQ+ charity lately? Do you just think nature is real neat? Then Seasons of the Citadel is the zine for you!!
The digital Second Citadel fanzine, benefitting The Trevor Project, is now available for purchase, and includes goodies such as
- A very glossy, high resolution PDF
- A mobile-friendly PDF so you can take the zine with you wherever you go
- Bonus content, from doodles to ficlets to fun poetry!
- Wallpapers for your phone and desktop
We’re so excited to finally be able to share this with you, fellow Travellers, and we’re eternally grateful for your support!
If you’re a fan of The Penumbra Podcast, the Second Citadel especially, consider checking out this zine!
The Voyage Home is here! The project was temporarily put on hold, but we are back, and excited to share previews of lots of the pages included in the zine! The zine shows events in Juno’s journey up to the end of season 2.
Digital copies and physical bundles will be available for preorder February 14th. In the mean time, check out all of the cool artists that helped make this project come to life!
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It gets even better.