Posts tagged with "guest strip" - 1
Posted August 1, 2011 at 7:19 pm
Maybe if he had boobs.

I have been slow in mailing out orders to people who ordered from my store these past few weeks.  I apologize!  I need to get back in the game.  Speaking of which, the "Moving Sale" will probably end soon, what with me not moving any more!  Hop on those sales before they go away.

Preorders for the Ethan statue are over.  Those will be shipped out soon.  I didn't receive a lot of orders for this guy versus the other statues, so I'm gonna have to re-evaluate whether I should continue designing more of them.  Maybe I'll see if statues for Dumbing of Age are met with more interest?  We'll see.  Regardless, I'm super excited to receive my Ethans!

Moving has put a huge damper on getting Book 4 printed, what with my address being in flux and all.  But with things settled, that should move forward now.  I also still need to send out some of the original pages and whatnot for those who donated above-and-beyond.  Yay, moving!  You are not good for my job.

He knows a lot about history.

Threadsafe has posted some photos of my new t-shirts on their Facebook page.  The "Honor" shirt looks really great!  I might have to get one for myself.

A while ago I did a guest strip for Questionable Content, which turns 8 years old today!  It was a guest strip about butts. And today I have a guest strip over at Real Life, which I drew several weeks ago in anticipation for the birth of the Deans' baby girl!  It is a guest strip about horrible birth defects.

And finally (I think) in the new Transformers Collectors' Club magazine, there's a new Recordicons from me.  It stars Ravage.  And Ravage.
Posted December 7, 2010 at 2:12 am
Danielle Corsetto is having a Week of Insanity, so I've given her the night off.  Go check out my guest strip at Girls with Slingshots!  GwS is one of my most favoritest webcomics in the world, so I was really really happy and honored to be able to draw it this once!

Even better yet, you can find both Danielle and I at Webcomic Rampage this weekend in Austin, Texas!  It will be so friggin' rad you can't even believe it.

If you're wondering who the toy is, it's this dude.  He looks like one, but at least he isn't named after one.
Posted October 9, 2010 at 12:56 am
Bill Barnes is the creator of Unshelved, a webcomic about librarians.  Don't laugh, it's true.  A regular feature is the Unshelved Book Club, where characters talk about a book they've read.  Sometimes Bill invites other webcomics to get into the act, and probably, what, a billion months ago he asked me to.

I originally planned to do something with Robin and Leslie from Shortpacked! about The Year of Living Biblically by A.J. Jacobs, but then convention season happened and I became Worst Guest Comic Contributor Ever.  But a few weeks ago Bill reminded me that he could totally end me, and I got back to it.  Not because of any threats of bodily harm he may or may not have threatened, but because we're really good friends and I didn't want to let him down.

Between the original solicitation for a guest strip and the actual creation, I had started Dumbing of Age, so I did a little... shift in my guest strip's execution.  Enjoy.
Posted June 14, 2010 at 12:40 pm
On top of today's Fans!, I did a guest strip for Axe Cop.  I am everywhere today!  You got four comics from me in the past 24 hours, so get on your hands and knees, dudes.  I am your lord and master.

I wanted to work within the spirit of the strip, but I don't have any six-year-old brothers to feed me awesomeness.  So I grabbed an idea from my 8-year-old self and illustrated it.  As you can see, I was pretty dumb at 8.  Malachai is clearly my intellectual superior.
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