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Haven’t seen much of me lately? That’s because I am working on a special Inktober project– this year it’s Mr. Rocktober, with a new Mr. Rock cartoon every day, based on the prompts from the official prompt list Some of them … Continue reading
I have been drawing werewolves all week for a Halloween comic, but I took some time this afternoon to finish and color a Mr. Rock cartoon that I inked a while ago. Unlike many of the Mr. Rocks I’ve posted … Continue reading
I did not plan for this to happen. For the last three weeks World Headquarters has been all about Health Care- all kinds of Health Care for multiple members of the household. None of it was Covid related, which is … Continue reading
Not everybody knew at the beginning that Mr. Rock really is a plastic action figure, about a foot tall, the size of a Barbie doll or an original GI Joe. It was part of his original concept in my head, … Continue reading
The crisis productivity level has risen slightly. (I created the bare bones of a workable magic system last week! And wrote a minicomic about the entire history of the world!) But what actually gets done is Mr. Rock cartoons. Like … Continue reading
Sorry to be so absent. This shelter in place time is really taking it out of me. Oddly, now that we approach the traditional 40 days (the source of the word “quarantine”, after all) I find myself feeling a little … Continue reading
One class of iconic characters that has never made its way into Kekionga canon (which of course is built out of all the character archetypes I can think of) is the aquatic humanoid. There are definitely some water beings out … Continue reading
(Our traditional Christmas Episode …) “And they’re ours. Rudolph and the Grinch belong to everybody. But the Christmas Wolves are Kekionga’s.” Nobody had much to say to that . And so there, Iowa thought. Logic, mythic or otherwise, was one … Continue reading
(The discussion of Kekionga’s official Christmas story continues in part 4 of the Christmas Episode.) “My guess,” said another voice, deep and with some kind of weird lilting accent Iowa could never quite identify, “is that the historical models were … Continue reading