The history and legacy of the DC Universe surrounded its superheroes with a culture of heroism that is reflected in those that came before them, a culture that has its own mythology. It could be argued that the convoluted history of the DC Universe seems more immersive of an experience, whereas the heroes of Marvel rarely give a fig about [their heroes]
I really do have a problem with hogging the last one of everything. John regularly finds himself staring down at an empty cookie plate or bag of chips or bottle of fun.
I’ve got to work on my handwriting. I also need to stop the stupid homophone mistakes I tend to make when excited and writing quickly (special education teacher FTW).
I have not literally pooped myself in public, but have done so figuratively – and socially – on numerous occasions. It’s like sticking your foot in your mouth, except things get stained.
Hey! This installment of Significant Otters is actually safe for work!
For the past few months, I’ve been fiddling around with drawing a gag strip called Significant Otters, featuring a crude otter couple. I’m impatient, so I’m just scanning the strips right out of my sketchbook.
Once thought to be nothing more than a fairy tale, the mages have returned to Arsaria and have brought with them enough trouble to last another hundred years. Elvatron has gone missing and the hunt to find him has begun.
I like the heroine, Ashe, quite a lot. She’s a plucky reporter with wit and a quick mind. The only thing I can’t really get behind with her is her wardrobe, which is a tiered full skirt, a bustier, and printers’ sleeves.
Ursa Minor #1, the debut issue of the new series from Big Dog Ink, does just what the opening chapter of any good story should do; it teases, tantalizes, and leaves you with questions, and a hunger for more.