She always suspected…
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In case you’ve been wondering why I haven’t been saying a lot (Remember when I used to do Blog Monday? XD), it’s because I’ve been up to my whoozits and my whatsitz getting THIS done with the help of Alex Womack and Keith W., our new artist! Check out the details on my Facebook, but also be sure to like and subscribe to my channel on youTube. As we prepare Pt. 2, I will be offering insights and director/producer commentary. Be sure to join the Patreon and help fund this monumental undertaking as it is removing time from everyone’s calendar that we should be using not to become homeless! So every dollar helps. 😉
Among other things, “The Death of Perseus” is up now on Amazon.com. Working on getting it sent to Kindle today, but file conversion is going kinda slow. In other news, wow! Preston really got it in this latest installment of the comic, eh? For those of you who don’t care for the gory stuff, be advised that this scene goes on for one more page before things start to get better. The comic will (nominally) update on Wednesday with new content until we get to Act IV, and then we will run 3x per week with the modified versions of the original comics. Naturally, Thanksgiving week in the U.S. threw us off, and Keith was at a big convention earning his rice bowl (as the Sand Pebbles would say). So that’s why we are posting last week’s page today.
You all recall my old pal, Keith W., who draws Mysteries of the Arcana and for a time, The Lavenders, right? Well, coming VERY SOON, he will be drawing Starship Moonhawk again, and I will be coloring. We are trying to get Act III done ASAP so we can get it and the closing acts of this storyline completed, once and for all. It’s been a strange, 13-year journey with many missteps and a lot of high points, but I want to put this chapter of my life to rest. A large motivating factor for this is that an actual animated feature has never been more imminent, and I need to clear my creative slate so I can focus on it. Which means completing “The Fire and the Forge”, which is the basis for said film. so, watch this space, Cadets. the Moonhawk will be blasting its way back to your screens before you know it.