want to read a Pam Bliss minicomic?Lots of my minicomics and other Kekionga stories are now available to read online. Just click on "READ A COMIC!" right above this message.
want to read a Kekionga story right here on the blog?This blog is full of illustrated fiction set in Kekionga and featuring the same cast of characters you find in the comics. Click on "Kekionga FICTION!" above to find a table of contents and links to all the stories.
looking for something? just type and click:
the last few posts
what manner of mysteries do I find here?
Monthly Archives: April 2012
I’ve just posted the first piece of digital art I’ve made just for kekiongacomics.com. Sharp-eyed readers may have already seen it; it’s the new header for the Hopelessly Lost, but Making Good Time archive. If you haven’t seen it, look … Continue reading
It’s a proud moment. Announcing the first new Kekionga minicomic since the foundation of kekiongacomics.com: mailbox. mailbox is an eight page short story about what happens to a community, and to a person, when the Postal Service takes away that … Continue reading
If you’re one of my readers (or my ever patient writing partner), I’ve probably been driving you crazy for years with with my inability to use “effect” and “affect” correctly. Keen observers will have noticed that my errors in that … Continue reading
This is a “lucky drawing”. That’s the rarest of all drawings: the one you start and finish, in ink, without any underdrawing in pencil underneath it, or corrections on top of it. They don’t happen very often, and when one … Continue reading
Welcome to the best of the drawing of the day, which I hope will be a weekly feature on the ol’ blog. The drawing of the day project is now in its fourth year; it’s simple in concept but powerful … Continue reading
“Hopelessly Lost, But Making Good Time” is my ongoing series about making your own comics. I’ve been planning to archive these essays for a long time, and I am proud to say that the archive is now open at the … Continue reading
Some of these remarks are defamatory and insulting, while others are true. Or at least true-ish. http://www.theatlanticwire.com/entertainment/2012/04/seriously-whats-so-great-about-corgis/51344/ My own corgis see the internet as an annoying competitor for my attention, and welcome the wi-fi that means I can surf from … Continue reading
A long car ride home from a convention with someone you know very well at the wheel can be boring as all get out, but it also can be the best possible time to think. If your driver isn’t a … Continue reading
I just got back from Columbus, Ohio and SPACE (the Small Press and Alternative Comics Expo). This show for small press and independent cartoonists is one of the highlights of my year, and I am proud to say I have … Continue reading