I wrote this thinking “it must be hard being the evil bad guy,” and then realized that as much I was writing about the fact that two of my large graphic novel projects seem to be reaching towards their conclusion (“Glens Falls” and “Scuba Story”), and how it’s a tad bit stressful the idea of putting them out into the world (neither will be out for almost a year, granted, but still).
Ah, 2019. I’m ready for you.
Happy New Years, -Christopher
Evil bad guys are like dogs chasing cars. They wouldn’t know what to do with their goal after they’ve won it.
@Coyoty, You need to check out a webcomic called “Evil, Inc.” “Evil is more profitable when it’s done legally.”
And a Happy New Year to you too, Christopher.
And to all those life forms on a non-Gregorian solar calendar, just remember:
“It’s the first Occultation of the Primary Lunar Element somewhere.”
Oh, and Christopher, I like the guard’s fashion sense. I don’t suppose you have an Etsy store somewhere selling those earlobe decorations, do you?
Now we see what other dark seeds were planted in darkness to await just such a disaster. Hypock impresses me as a plotter who keeps backup plans in secret until they’re needed. But how and when will they be triggered?
I think I’ll just sit back and relax and await developments. And have another egg nog while I’m waiting. Oh yes.