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I knew it was

Monday, September 15th, 2008

Well! So now we know who set Anne that letter! Not that it should be a surprise to you by now… :3


Friday, September 12th, 2008

This is Friday’s comic, posted Sunday night.

I have to work at 7AM Monday, and then I have class until 10PM, so I won’t be able to post Monday’s comic on Monday proper. But I have it scanned, so all I need to do is the simple editing process and it’ll up as soon as I can get it up. Mmmkay?

Oh and BTW, for your listening pleasure, here is Get Tha Fukk Out by FISHFINGERS?!

Man I just

Friday, March 28th, 2008

A few little things.

1. Jopes make everything better.
2. Yay for yet another on time comic!
3. Chapter Five is almost over!
4. I gotta start scraping cash together for cons later in the summer. I also gotta start working on some new material for the FanimeCon.
5. My Complete List of Writing Offenses is due for a major update soon. I’ve had a few good conversations about it with people, but I have a lot of data to shift through and consolidate before I can add it to the list. But you’ll love them!
6. Creating replacement band names is fun!
— Squashing Melons = Smashing Pumpkins
— Frequencymind = Radiohead
— O’Bannon = Pinback
— Poorly Illustrated Male = Badly Drawn Boy
— Apes To Astronauts, Fishfingers, and a few others are actually unique names. In one way or another they’re going to play an important part in the story.

Oh my God Thad! It’s about time you showed up to one

Wednesday, March 26th, 2008

Yay! Surprise extra comic. I didn’t halftone it just because the halftone obstructed certain details which made it impossible to work out what was going on.

One of writing teachers encourages us to write not so much about the fact that it’s raining but more about the feeling of being rained upon.

I find it really hard to write reviews of books, apart from “I read it” and “you should read it.”

Today I bought Skim by cousins Mariko and Jillian Tamaki. The minute I picked it up I knew it was going to be some quality shit. The story is one of them “this is what it’s like to be a tenth grade girl” kinda tales, seemingly aimed towards those readers as well. But I felt the story was good enough that it moved beyond that “narrow” aim. When comparing Skim to a book within the same “narrow” genre, like Good As Lily (by Derek Kirk Kim and Jesse Hamm), Skim comes out to be the better title. I mean, as much as I enjoyed Good As Lily, the Tamaki Cousins just seemed to put five times as much effort into Skim. The book itself felt alive, and the characters were probably some of the best examples of three dimensional characters; a perfect measuring stick for me to strive towards. It’s been a while since I’ve been so enveloped by a story so well written and well drawn; while reading it I actually felt like I was inside the main character’s mind looking out through her eyes. (Or: I felt like I was being rained upon as opposed to merely reading about it raining.) You must read it.

6 page preview…

Anne, let your mother out

Friday, October 5th, 2007

Too sleepy to finished. Come back l8r.

Earlier today (Friday) I checked out the San Francisco Zine Fest for about thirty minutes. It was a rather small affair (like fourty, fifty tables), but something I’m totally down to do it next year. I really wish I knew about it this year though.