See what happens when i post two days in a row?

What a week – power outages, net loss, and a biblical plague or two.

For most of the week i could only access the net for 15-20 minutes once or twice a day. But everything is restored at home now, so things are getting back to what passes for normal here.

But it’s not all damage control on the home front, some things have been moving forward as planned. You may recall that when i wrote of MASKS previously, i mentioned it was one of several things in the works.  Another project is debuting this coming Sunday – my new webcomic.

experiMental Theatre is going to be a bit different from what you’re used to seeing from me. Much looser, something of a raw underground style in stark black inks.  To show you what i mean, here’s a quick peak at the first panel of  Experiment One: TIM

This Is Me

Next time, a bit more about the strip, and an URL or two for it.

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Visit my webcomic!
Currently updating every 3rd day, on dates divisible by 3.
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-3-‘s Yak Box

The new print i mentioned was coming is out, so now it's back to development work on the graphic novel i want to do.

Meanwhile, here's the online serialization of the graphic novel i just completed with L. Neil Smith and Scott Bieser -
Phoebus Krumm:


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Read the complete graphic novel online (for Free!), with print editions available for that tactile pleasure of a real book in your hands from Big Head Press.

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