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Uh, oh. It’s the boss! The finale unfolds this evening …
Good morning! Would you like a bit more Snit?
The follow through to the shocking events of page 3! (Snit related comments will be addressed after the comic has been posted in its entirety.)
Here’s my brand new minicomic, presented page by page as the evening progresses. Not a scanned version, but the actual print comic– just like you were reading it yourself! So, without further ado, the story (nay, the legend) of The … Continue reading
from the Noakes Library tumblr in Kekionga:Iowa had never seen such a large Post It note before, or one inkjet printed in that particular shade of mahogany. She left it on the bulletin board where she found it, and sure … Continue reading
In a previous post, I showed you the pencils from the title page/mock cover of my new story “Theme Song”, and I thought you might want to see the finished inks. The concept is that this is the cover for … Continue reading
Somewhere out in the reaches of the internet is the tumblr of a cartoonist who goes by the handle “Inonibird”. And Inonibird makes these amazing semi-stick figure drawings of characters based on the Ancient Egyptian pantheon: the Stick-Gods. Some … Continue reading
Jack couldn’t stretch his errands in town much further. He probably should get back to the junkyard; no job = no money to buy the present once he finally figured out what to get. On his way back to the … Continue reading
This project has experienced its share of snags, but it is back on the front burner. There are several more pages of pencils started, but here are the two that are finished. First, we have the cover, which is a … Continue reading