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Absolutely nothing of great interest today: I’m packing for SPX. I’m bringing mostly comics and gadgets of various kinds, also some money and a change of clothes. I plan to bring home the clothes and the gadgets, rather less of … Continue reading
Coming soon to kekiongacomics.com and my table at SPX, Apples and Oranges, a 40 page collection of rarities from the Kekionga Archives. Apples and Oranges will feature three long-out-of print full length kid gang adventures with “Those Kids!” (one a … Continue reading
Remember, the next round of minicomics live starts next Tuesday, August 20th, at about 9 AM. At that time (more or less), I will open your story seed emails and select the elements that will become the newest Kekionga minicomic. … Continue reading
It’s that time again. Time, that is, to try to make a whole minicomic, from story idea to finished pages, live, right here on the blog. The goal is to complete the comic in two (very long) working days. I’ll … Continue reading
A very large chunk of the world as I know it was deeply saddened to hear this week of the death of our friend Art Goldman. When I saw this picture on the Motor City Con website, I had to … Continue reading
The last of the Osage oranges are falling and getting run over by cars: a sad fate for a wonderful giant fruit that probably evolved to be food for mammoths and mastodons in our own Midwestern Pleistocene. The Osage orange … Continue reading
It’s that time again. After the strange results from my second attempt at liveblogging a minicomic (click on the minicomics live 2 category in the sidebar to follow the ongoing saga of the making of Moab), I have decided to … Continue reading
For the rest of the week, until Sunday’s return of the “classic” minicomics live, I’ll be working hard on updating the Hopelessly Lost, But Making Good Time archive blog here. If you’re not familiar with Hopelessly Lost …, it’s an … Continue reading
Over on the Hopelessly Lost blog: four new essays. Read about story plots and plotting stories, and find out why cartoonists get up in the morning.