Been working on writing comics. Thought I’d put something random up. Drawn by the awesome (and frighteningly fit) Adrian Parchment, script by li’l ol’ me. Created in War and Pieces during their weekly Artists’ Workshop. If you’re near Davie, FL, feel free to come join us every Sunday from 2-ish to 6-ish. EDIT: You know,… Read more Life Lessons
Unlike every other hero I can remember, Mitchel Hundred isn’t wealthy. At all. In fact, the guy lives in low-income housing. Until he becomes the major of New York. So what catapults a nobody engineer working for the city to the city’s highest office? How about a jetpack, a couple of friends, and the ability… Read more Ex Machina
Ok, so the election has passed and I can now get back to regular blogging, right? Actually, the election’s been over for a while and I’ve just needed a break from real blogging (as if I’ve ever actually done any of that before). At any rate, it’s (about darn) time for another episode of Le… Read more Le Linkage #11
(I tried to think of a wittier headline, but simply couldn’t. Sorry.) Maybe it’s the art. Maybe it’s the need to read a good story. Maybe it’s the desire to become a kid again. Whatever the reason may be, lately I’ve been seriously digging the American comic book scene (eg., DC and Marvel).
Ok, I’ll admit it: they’ve grown on me. The comics (“graphic novels”) I was telling you I’m not really into. They’ve started to grow on me. Sure, I’m still impatient and do my best to speed read through the series — hoping somehow to understand the story line from reading every other pane and looking… Read more The Matrix Comics Online
I’m not one much for comics. Sure, I like them, but ironically enough I usually find myself quickly running out of patience with most of them. The ones I stick around for tend to have one of two qualities. First, they have a spectacular story line. Second, they have spectacular art. Rare is the jewel… Read more Run, Saga, Run