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The kids arrive at the sideshow in the middle of the night … This was the decision point. Up till then, all we’d done is sneak out and ride our bikes around in the dark for a while. I don’t … Continue reading
Going. Going. Going. Gone.Sic transit gloria mundi.
World Headquarters has always had an outbuilding, a two and a half car detached garage. This garage is the model for all the detached garages in Kekionga, and appears directly in the comics as The Old Double Garage where Shadow … Continue reading
Find all your favorite modern modes of transportation on this cool American Art Deco double sided matchbook cover. (Mine’s the Zeppelin.) This would make a beautiful cover for an alternate history
The Kids set off on their secret mission! I didn’t get much sleep that afternoon and evening, and though we never talked about it later, I bet I wasn’t the only one. I won’t go into details about fudging the … Continue reading
Good night, Night Vale. Good night.
The Team holds a strategy session. And drinks some root beer. The steam rose (and so did the smell) as the puddles dried up as suddenly as they’d filled up. The fairground crowd was more excited, having much more fun, … Continue reading
Ever have a day where you messed with a lot of stuff but nothing quite got finished? Then you know what you need a photograph of a dog sitting by a curb with a Sony VHS videocassette recorder. (We often … Continue reading
As we return to the story, the Kids are in the sideshow tent, clustered around the famous Frozen Cave Girl, and Murphy has made a startling statement. “What do you mean, she’s alive?” shouted Mr. Spit, a little louder than … Continue reading