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First of all, you can see all my Inktober drawings every day in actual October over on the Kekionga Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/kekiongacomics/. This page is open to the public; you do not have to be a member of Facebook to … Continue reading
Clark Luxor is a weird dude. His name is easy: Luxor is Egyptian-y, and his hornrim glasses remind even the most casual comics fan of Clark Kent. But otherwise, what kind of person, and what kind of super is he? … Continue reading
Canopic jars are my favorite Egyptian art thing. There’s no point here in going into (the many gross and fascinating) details about the process of mummification or about my childhood fascination with Wallis Budge’s The Mummy: A Handbook of Egyptian … Continue reading
And there it is: the story of how Moose got her name. It’s not just that she’s big and strong for a girl, and rather blunt and straightforward. Or rather, that’s not all it is. From Moose’s point of view, … Continue reading
Have you every read Mushawasing? It’s an important bit of the Kekionga backstory. If you haven’t, now might be a good time. I’ll be posting here, a page a day, through the weekend. Hope you enjoy this little story about … Continue reading
We had a Possum Adventure very early yesterday morning. It was about quarter after one, and I turned on the floodlights and let the dire corgi out the kitchen door. (The old corgi, now a certified Ancient One, has been … Continue reading
My moviegoing companion told me, at the end of Atomic Blonde, that he was expecting an action movie in the James Bond vein, and was surprised by receiving a Cold War spy thriller instead. This is as good a description … Continue reading
Want to read a Kekionga story about an old fashioned checkout stand tabloid? A rerun of the classic minicomic, Tabloid, is posting this week on the Official Facebook Page! This is our second public site, and you do not have … Continue reading
Anybody want to read a Kekionga minicomic over the holiday weekend? I am posting a long story called Tabloid right now over on the Official Pam Bliss/Kekionga Facebook Page! Read it page by page, with commentary, over the next few … Continue reading