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A friend of mine at worked admitted to me today that he LARPs. That’s Live Action Roleplaying to the uninitiated. He’s not in this video but he led us to it and what a great example of what that hobby is like. He also does Civil War re-enactments which has a level of respectability LARPing […]

A debate raged in my household yesterday: animation vs. comics. Ok so we do seem more than a little cynical about the animation industry these days. Not that I’ve really expressed that in this space but friends who talk to me privately know it. That doesn’t mean we’re out of it. Last night I was […]

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We had the wonderful opportunity to get away this past weekend to spend some time with the McConnells which allowed me to recuperate some more from my recent bout with infection. We always really enjoy spending time with these friends because they are such great company and they live in a really beautiful corner of the […]

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Things have been real crazy here in the month of July, and I have been negligent in recognizing a fellow cartoonists kind plug to our strip. I’d like to recommend his work as well. It is top notch! Mark Monlux creates not one but two webcomics. The Comic Critic is a webcomic that is all […]

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Guest Blogger Scott: I had mentioned in the last update about Georgia being sick, and since then she took a turn for the worse which led to the both of us spending Wednesday night at the Emergency Room of the local hospital. What led to this was Georgia’s throat closing up to where she had […]

The Olympia Comics Festival is not a very big show, but what I really enjoyed about it was its focus on independent press. Seeing new talent you wouldn’t normally find out about is always a treat. Also a treat was seeing Olympia again after a long absence of maybe 21 years. Not that I remember […]

This weekend the crew here at will be traveling a short hop down to Olympia south of Tacoma for another comic show. The Olympia Comic’s Festival is a relatively new show in the industry and this will be our first time to see it. We are looking forward to having our booth set up […]

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This convention completely exhausted me. I’m disappointed to say that no one moved a lot of merchandise from the booths to “Artist’s Alley”. There wasn’t much spending done by the attendees. But we sold 18 books and 30 new subscribers will be joining the mailing list soon. That means I’m going to put every effort […]

View of the convention from our Scooter and Ferret booth   Goths on the prowl   I think this has something to do with Aqualad. I guess.A gaggle of Star Wars fans gather for a huddle. Roberta Gregory stops by to say hello on her way back from John’s booth.   This man has a […]

t’s the day before Emerald City Con and all is a lot more well than it has been with past conventions. The cards were printed last night, finalizing the last items up for sale this year. There’s a new card featuring Ed being insulting, which I did a little differently by doing full color on […]

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