This weekend, I’ll be at TCAF in Toronto (tabling with TopatoCo)! And it’s free to get in! Come! Seriously.
It doesn’t look like you’re taking that seriously. But do.
Insanely, I arrived home from Portland late Sunday night, and am leaving for Toronto Wednesday Morning. Brief times calls for brief blogs.
At Stumptown I got a copy of Modest Medusa. it was somewhat on my radar, but finally reading it was awesome. Oh, and Jake’s splendid company too, and fed me Chocodiles.
“Krep and I … then I joined HE G.O.B. …” ? gotta stop meeting like this …
@Invisifan, thanks again! Fixed! And I really appreciate it, after a dozen or so edits, it gets harder and harder to see little spelling mistakes like this. Helps to have y’all checking up on me. 🙂
Thanks! but…. I’ll leave the naughty stuff to Tom.
Lots of sci-fi would go much better if exposition was always paired with shots…
Is “Ut-oh” Luunockian for “Uh-oh”? (Panel 5.) Just wonderin’.
@Wood, heeheeheehee. I have no idea what you’re talking about. 😉
@CompaniaHill, that’s an interesting one. If you say it out loud it sounds more like “ut” than “uh” BUT you dont touch the top of your mouth with your tongue like a “t,” basically because it’s not a sound in our written language. Which is why I spell it either way depending on my mood. 🙂
Is it okay to cry at a comic strip? Honest, Chris, if this gets any better, we’re going to have to see if we can get you nominated for some kind of award.
nicely melancholic vibe to this particular strip. What did you think of when designing that sleeping bunk? are those strapped-to-the-wall-in-zero-G applications or just artfully arranged wooden panels?
@Christopher, re: having your readers help proofread, back in the 1500s printers would hang their pages out to dry and to let the people read what was printed. It provided both good advertising and free proofreading. The printers of “The Sinner’s Bible”, notably, did NOT follow this practice. This is the Bible that said “Thou shall commit adultery.”