Archive for July, 2009

Why I write

Monday, July 6th, 2009

Because I can’t draw.

I screwed up.

Tuesday, July 7th, 2009

A preview.

I accidentally left the file for today’s comic (a preview of which you can see above) on my work computer.
Which means, we can’t post it until tomorrow.

I’m sorry.

So, to make it up to you, I am going to share a thing we did for Fused Film quite a while back that you may or may not have seen.

Perhaps you have managed to forget it, but a terrible movie of “The Spirit” was made last year.

We made up a movie we would rather see..

Let's Be Friends Again Presents : MANOS 2

Hopefully there are a few MST-ies amongst our readership.

Jimmy Olsen is cool.

Friday, July 10th, 2009

Jimmy Olsen is cool.

I drew this for Chris Sims ( at HeroesCon 2009 and since he didn’t like it enough to blog about it, I figured I might as well.

Curt wrote the word bubble all the way from France.
It says, "Hope my complexion doesn’t increase my chances for skin cancer."

If I’ve ever drawn you anything at a con and you have the capabilities, please scan it and email it to me so we can share it with all our other friends (again).


Wednesday, July 15th, 2009

No simpler way to say it.

Thanks for the interview, Rachelle!

Thanks for the links, Newsarama, Comic Book Resources, Comics Journal!

Thanks to all the people who comment, all the people who Twitter, and everybody who even takes the time to just look at our comics.

We like what we do and we hope to keep doing it, though I am thinking of firing Chris and getting Bryan Hitch to do some widescreen webcomics. So widescreen it bleeds out of the monitor and into your life.

Hint: Not Hermes

Thursday, July 16th, 2009

Chris took off for Disney World (?) last night, and all he left was a preview for Friday’s Blackest Night themed strip. I decided to make a game out of it and alter the image a bit. If you can guess the name of this character correctly in the comments, you win the prize most men spend their lives searching for – self satisfaction.

Also, we wrangled a guest colorist to make Friday’s strip reflect certain spectra of light into your eyeballs, so it will probably look a bit less like a chalk colored sidewalk in the middle of July after a cleansing summer rain storm than usual.