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Page three. The key becomes important. Lettering gets a little wonky. And layouts are out of control. If you don’t read this page in order the first time, don’t blame yourself. It’s a spiral to the right, with the panel … Continue reading
In media res— this is apparently a story that starts in the middle of action, possibly immediately after the “cover photo” was taken. There has already been a visit to a storeroom that is pretty darn magical/mysterious/cryptic, so that type … Continue reading
It’s a random Monday at the end of summer, so let’s read a minicomic. I’ll be posting it page by page over the next week or so, with creator commentary. If you’re not already familiar with my work, this may … Continue reading
Romance, more Taoism, and some imaginary product placement. Iowa doesn’t say exactly what she thinks Jack is like if he isn’t a twig, but I wouldn’t be surprised if it’s a mighty oak like Mr. Spit. Josef specializes in interrupting … Continue reading
This simple scene is actually a pretty important piece of worldbuilding. One of the settings that has always been missing in Kekionga is a corner cafe/diner/ breakfast all day booth and counter restaurant where all the characters come and go … Continue reading
(Sorry for the delay. Back to our reading of ASK BUD!, with bonus creator commentary. Trying out a new photographic technique as well.) I am forced to admit that Kekionga, though well equipped with actual Woods, did not have a … Continue reading
At the Farmers’ Market. For somebody who loves going to Farmers’ Markets and photographing them, I’m not that great at drawing them, at least in the simplified form required here. A project for this summer, perhaps. This is the most … Continue reading
Another fixture of any respectable off campus neighborhood is at least one really good used bookstore. King Raven on the Moraine Avenue Stroll is huge, taking up the basements of most of a block. It takes its name from STSU’s … Continue reading
(Sorry for the late post– went to see the Big Movie that opened today. Expect a review eventually.) Every college or university has a favorite laundromat, frequented by everyone who just can’t hack the sordid laundry rooms in the basements … Continue reading