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IDW Publishing makes Star Trek comics of various vintages, from Original Series, to Next Generation. Issue 3 of Star Trek of their current series involves the new movie continuity. While on the way to drop of medical supplies, the Enterprise investigates an odd planetary phenomenon. Spock and his away team… Read more“Folsom Projectile Blues”
OK, DC Comics, I’ll make you a deal. You send me comics in advance, and I’ll proofread them for you for free. It’s win-win. I get to read comics early (and I won’t spoil them, because why ruin a good thing?) and you get to avoid embarrassing typos in your… Read more“”
My roommate told me that the office of the Missourian still has my cover issue of Vox Magazine on display! I went over to have a look and take a picture (it’s the bottom one in the center column). Awesome artist Robyn Seale‘s issue is also there on the wall,… Read more“”
It’s been a while, but now you can enjoy pages 6 to 10 of the fourth issue of the Keeley comic! If you need a refresher on issue 4, start here. If you want to start from the very beginning, this is the link for you!
Over the pass few weeks I’ve had two separate sets of experiences that have many similar elements. One set was the preparation of slide presentations for my dissertation defense and later the Midwest Conference for Andean and Amazonian Archaeology and Ethnohistory (MCAAAE). The second set was the drawing and coloring… Read more“Of Slides and Panels”
This week’s Wonder Girl #1 one-shot has a fair bit of archaeology in it. Wonder Girl, aka Cassie Sandsmark, is the superpowered daughter of archaeologist Helena and Zeus. Yes, The Zeus from Greek mythology (how’s that for a job perk?). In this story, Cassie is visiting her mother at an… Read more“Archaeology and Wonder Girl #1”
If you haven’t gotten a copy of the Mid Missouri Comics Anthology 2009 at Rock Bottom Comics, you should definitely get it soon! Here I present a page that was left out, which would’ve been the introductory page to my chapter of comics. I drew it over around two hours… Read more“Mid-Missouri Comics Anthology Deleted Scene”
Just a short message to point you to the online audio slideshow that the reporters from the Missourian made during the 24 Hour Comics event. Watch and hear our descent into madness!
The 24 Hour Comics Day we had three weeks ago was a big success! My comic was a Keeley comic, appropriately called Keeley: 24 Hour Comic Character Extraordinaire. The gimmick was that each page reflected something that took place in an hour of Keeley’s day. Following the 24 Hour Comic… Read more“24 Hour Comics 2010”