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Did you know that I now have an Official Facebook Page? (How modern!) This is a public page– you do not have to be a member of Facebook to see and follow it. It’s just another way to stay in touch … Continue reading
More slow steps into the world of the 21st century– I have decided to dip my toes into the big scary ocean of social media by opening an Instagram account! More photos, more commentary, more hashtags, more weird stuff from … Continue reading
The technical difficulties have been solved, and new stories have begun appearing over on my “Read a Story” blog. I hope to post a new story every week for the next month or two, to reward you for your patience … Continue reading
“A cartoonist in Kekionga”, complete with Josef from the header, has been mentioned on the Robot Skeleton Army website, home of daily headlines about Craig Ferguson and The Late Late Show! As a ridiculously adoring fan of this profound, silly … Continue reading
Or at least adds an annex. Some of you may already be checking in on the Noakes Library tumblr to see a gallery of the photo references I’m using for my stories, but now Iowa Ginsberg, library assistant supreme and … Continue reading
Drawings of the day made away from home sometimes look a little different, since they are inked with tools you find in my traveling kit rather than the studio toolbox or the contents of the Coffee Cups of Doom and … Continue reading
There are four finished scripts in my pile that I really like, scripts for longer minicomics varying in length from 16 to maybe 36 pages. (They aren’t all completely broken down.) All are classic Kekionga stories featuring the core … Continue reading
We are back from SPACE, the Small Press and Alternative Comics Expo, in Columbus Ohio. This year’s show was the fifteenth in a series, and very sincere thanks go out to Bob Corby and his team for another great April … Continue reading
You are cordially invited to read Tonbo, one of my very favorite Kekionga minicomics. It’s a workplace comedy. It’s a romance. It’s got an alternate history pickup truck in it. It’s now on line, posted panel by panel with full … Continue reading