Friday, May 29, 2015

The Witches of Dunforge Now Available!

The Witches of Dunforge has been published and is available for shipping! It's a graphic novel of evil against good, written by Donald Tucker and drawn by the great Verl Holt Bond. I lettered the book and colored the wraparound cover. Highly recommended!

Just send $15, plus $2.50 shipping to: Verl Holt Bond, 1475 Tabor Avenue, Kettering, Ohio 45420. The publisher asks that an adult signature be included for purchasers under the age of 13.
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Thursday, May 28, 2015

Comics I've Read Recently May 28, 2015

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Saturday, May 16, 2015

Gettin' the Art Done for Not So Super Comics!

Check out the Not So Super Comics Facebook group!
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Car Problems, Starring the Gahanna, Ohio Tuffy

Since I had the intake manifold replaced on my Crown Vic by Tuffy last week, the car isn't running right. It low-level vibrates and shakes, especially when idling, and feels like it's fighting going forward when you step on the gas. It never did this before I picked up the car after the manifold was put on.

I took the car back to Tuffy, It was doing what I described when I brought it back into their parking lot and when I left, but when they took it out for a drive, they said they couldn't feel anything wrong. They said a computer scan reveals my air flow sensor needs replaced ($450).

The air flow sensor (if that's what's wrong) was working fine before they replaced the intake manifold. I suspect the manifold wasn't put on correctly. They say it was.

This is the Tuffy on Hamilton Rd. next to Gatsby's in Gahanna. ‪#‎carproblems‬ ‪#‎Tuffy‬
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Son of the Comic Pop Sketch Book

My schedule's been so insanely busy, I haven't had time to post this sweetly awesome full-color sketchbook I received from Javier Hernandez, complete with a Machine Man drawing!! Many thanks, my friend! I will treasure this.

Here's where you can order your own copy and other cool books by Javier:
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Fanzines from the '80s and '90s Found

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Illustrations from the September 17, 1887 Issue of The Golden Argosy I Read

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Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Recently Read: The Golden Argosy, September 17, 1887

At this point in the magazine's history, The Argosy was tabloid-size, aimed largely at teen-aged boys, and used a type-face so small as to be nearly unreadable.

The stories herein were nearly all Dickensian variations on the boy who, through happenstance (sometimes villainish) finds himself discredited/poor/outcast/accused and must, through pluck, faith and luck regain the standing he has lost and take his rightful place in society again. 

The issue's filled out with a trading post, terse answers to seemingly hundreds of queries, quaint ads, pen and ink illustrations and non-fiction profiles and antidotes.
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Thursday, May 7, 2015

Big Comic Book Show 2015 at the Pickerington Public Library

Saturday, Saturday, Saturday, we'll be offering comic book goodness for sale at the 2nd annual Big Comic Book Show at the Pickerington Public Library. Join us and many other great local talents (like Maryanne Rose Papke, Bob Corby, Molly Durst, Steve Steiner + many more). We'll have the usual sweet stash of comics, original art, posters, buttons, books and much more for sale. Check out the event details here:
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