Monday, January 9, 2017

A Brand New Endeavor

I've risen from the grave to tell you about my new comic, Ariador, which you can find on the world wide webernet at at least until I cough up the money to get a better URL.  If there are any of my old readers who managed to get that subscribe function to work, you may be looking at this now and wondering "what the hell was this?" and "why am I receiving this?" and I'm here to tell you that you should read the new comic because it's vastly different than Super U. but you'll like it anyway.
Long story short, I went for too long without stretching my artist muscles and flexing my writing brain and I'm having another go at it.  There's even a (ugh) Facebook page for it, but I'm not ambitious enough to link to that right now.
So check it out, and tell me what you think!  Just don't tell me here, because I will never see it.

Thanks for your support!

Monday, February 22, 2016

A Return from Oblivion... With Merchandise!

Holy shit, you guys!  I don't even know if I remember how to post things on here.  Anyway, a quick update; I'm still alive! And living in the sticks, just as I intended. I haven't been drawing too much these days, but long story short I'm involved with a group of artists out here and I'm doing my damndest to get motivated about art again.  It's been hard, and I don't know why.  Well, maybe I do.  Super U. was my baby, and I think the lack of attention it received, particularly from my own friends and family, caused me to be incredibly jaded about my art in general.  I'm still jaded, but talking with some folks out here I accidentally drummed up some interest in the ol' comic (a couple guys even bought books!) and, long story short again, I decided to look into publishing the second book after all.  Lo and behold, Blurb has new and improved self-publishing software, and even better, a reasonably-sized book at a reasonable price!
So here I am, making it available to you.
I gotta say, it looks really good.  Way better than that embarrassing crap I sold before (which is still available for purchase, by the way).  You can even read the print!
The price is just shy of $20 bucks.  A little steep, I know, but keep in mind, Blurb's making half that.  I think I'm only making a couple bucks off the old books now.

I think sometimes about rekindling the comic.  If I did, it would probably look a lot different (for starters, screw drawing on the computer).  Maybe just for me.  I don't know.  I'd love to hear if there's anyone left out there... anyone who's still interested in the comic after all this time.  I won't get my hopes up.  Well... maybe a little.