Posted September 24, 2005 at 11:40 pm
Holy crap, Brian Savage said grace before the semi-formal dinner.

All the pagans and atheists at our table coughed up their tea.
Posted September 21, 2005 at 11:59 pm
We're headed off to BotCon tomorrow. And because we're super-cool, we're driving 3 hours to Indianapolis and taking a plane from there. Why? $175 price difference. We're totally cheating. This is the first time I've flown to a BotCon since 1998, when it was in Anaheim, California. This is also the first time I've flown not-alone anywhere since that same time. It's been so long. Yay, friends!

BotCon this year is in Frisco, TX, a suburb of Dallas. So, uh, we're going to be expecting some winds and rain on Sunday, certainly. Most of Blank Label Comics is hosted in Houston, where Hurricane Rita is going to hit in a few days, so in case something goes wrong, our tech buddy Bookworm has asked me to tell you to check Starslip Crisis' page for updates since it's hosted in Los Angeles.

Meanwhile, strips will (hopefully) update as they did during Comic-Con. Which means I'll have my laptop with me, and I'll be drawing and uploading strips over the weekend while I'm at the Con. Which, as always, depends on Internet access, but we'll see!
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This is the first Transformers convention in years that I haven't been on volunteer staff, so I guess this will be an actual vacation, instead of, y'know, fun yet excruciating work. If the new folks mess anything up, I'll, uh... well, okay, I won't do anything. They're bigger than me.

But most importantly, Maggie's going, so that means happy luffs will occur. I miss her so!
Posted September 21, 2005 at 12:56 am
So Stealth finally hit the dollar theatres in Columbus, so it was definitely time. Not only that, but Tuesdays turned out to be 50-cent night! So woo!

Man, I would have paid the whole dollar. After a slow beginning that had absolutely no raison d'etre at all, the last 2/3 was pretty awesome. And by awesome I mean completely ridiculous to the point of hilarity. As Graham said afterwards, "They didn't tell me this was going to turn out to be a buddy movie!" Wow. So... everything... wrong...

Yet really fun. If you're up for this sort of thing, I totally recommend. Certainly for a dollar.
Posted September 13, 2005 at 12:21 am
Gonna be in San Diego with my sweetie! I ain't seen her in entirely too long. Be back Friday evening! Comics should continue as normal. (Though I've put up both Tuesday and Thursday's updates on the Joyce and Walky! member page, since those aren't automatically update-scripted.)

Also, this week (starting tomorrow!) is the Hurrican Katrina Webcomic Telethon! I drew up a full-page color comic for it, so click that banner up above and look for it. And, uh, donate some money!
Posted September 12, 2005 at 6:58 pm
Tried cleaning the bathtub today. Lots of water stains or whatever that won't come off. Used lots of cleaning agents. And now I can't taste anything.

Well, okay, I taste cleaning agents.

Got 7 limited print orders and some original art in the mail. (Man, I'm surprised it took that long to sell that page.)
Posted September 10, 2005 at 6:35 pm
Man, want a fun read? While discussing original Transformers animation designer Floro Dery, watch his associate "ote" slowly erode into a madman over the course of this thread.

Dear lordylord!

EDIT: Maaannn. Moderator freakin' DELETED all the good stuff. Grrrrr.

Nevermind, folks.
Posted September 10, 2005 at 2:10 am
It's September 10. That means it's been 8 years since I started Roomies! in 1997.

This was almost the first year I've had that anniversary that I didn't have a strip up. But, hey, it landed on a Sunday, so that means a comic strip for everybody. And it wasn't intentional, but what better way to commemorate Joe's PSL with some good ol' new-fashioned Joyce/Walky PSL?

Other than it being in color. Hush, you.

J&W! members get a special wallpaper this month to celebrate the anniversary. The rest of you, free strip. Because you would have gotten one today anyway.

Wow, I really pull out all the stops, huh?
Posted September 3, 2005 at 4:50 pm

Finally, my DVD-exclusive Red Exillion (Japanese Hot Shot) came in today. Limited to 500, it was originally supposed to come out last June, but was delayed to late August. As it was so limited, it was pretty expensive, so you don't want to know what kind of art I had to draw to raise that. Well, okay, you probably do, but too bad.

He came with the first Galaxy Force (Transformers Cybertron) DVD and a nifty box to put the rest of the subsequent DVDs that I won't buy (which you can see here, along with lots of other photos). As is obvious to some of you, this version of Hot Shot was designed with many similarities to the original Transformers' Hot Rod, and this redeco colors him accordingly. Which is... not interesting to me, 'cuz I like Hot Shot a lot more than Hot Rod, but anything for awesome new (limited!) Hot Shot merchandise. Hey, at least I like orange, and it's certainly not the first time Hot Shot's been redone in Hot Rod colors.

Due to popular demand, here's a photo of my newly updated Hot Shot Shrine, featuring not only Red Exillion but an Armada Hot Shot magnet I got from Specimen-17 of The Allspark.
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