I’m writing this blog in advance, so I’m going to preemptively say, “Yay! Made it to Vermont!” But if I got in a horrible fiery car crash before then, I apologize for the mis-information. 🙂
I forget… Did Pewter hear Hishla talk about the tooth?
… and was Hishla truthful about the poisoning and the tooth’s efficacy for stopping it in the first place?
Just to follow up on the blog, “Yay! Made it to Vermont!”
Awesome! Made it to Vermont! I’ve never been to that state myself.
Not-so-awesome, Foxglove succumbing to poison.
You have reached the “Green Mountain” congratulations!
Fox Glove is showing signs of poisoning now. And with no lab to analyze the poison to make an antidote….
Glad to read you made it home. Or Vermont. Whichever is closer. Of course, now that you’re safe (mostly — I’ve heard about those Vermonters) (Vermonterians?), you can safely dispose of those copious notes regarding the storyline that some lesser artist would have turned into the ending of this tale of woe.
I mean, you DO have notes, don’t you? So if some mad busdriver hits you (where I used to work, the people from other parts of the country thought Dubuque must be the most exciting/dangerous city around, because we always wanted to get details on paper so we wouldn’t lose any work “in case I get hit by a bus.” That phrase was used so often people thought we had bus drivers circling the block waiting for someone to hit.), some lesser artist might be able to recreate your ending. I mean, Dickens could get away with dying without giving the ending to “The Mystery of Edwin Drood” (which, you must agree, was most … Drood … of him), but I don’t think your webcomic critics would be so forgiving.
@Muzhik, actually, the entirety of Anna Galactic was written before I began drawing it (although I’ve made edits here and there), which is why the pages are a little less standalone than other projects, but why it has a more cohesive story/character arc. So, with any luck, when a bus hits me in the next month, some sympathetic soul will post the rest here for you. 🙂
@Christopher, the notes are typed out, aren’t they? So the sympathetic soul doesn’t have to decipher your handwriting, right?
(I mean, I’m sure your handwriting is a work of art, like your drawings. It’s just that, well, there’s art like William-Adolphe Bouguereau, there’s art like Grandma Moses, and there’s art like Jackson Pollock. I’ll let you guess which kind my handwriting resembles.)
Christopher, isn’t it nice to know your readers are anticipating your death?
@Coyoty, not anticipating, just sort of … waiting.
And prepping. Prepping for death is good.
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