It's the past coming atcha
There’s an exciting bit coming up in a second, which is why this week’s news section isn’t like the movie 300 in any way. Instead, you’ll find a news update that is internally consistant, non-repetitive and doesn’t make you want to leave half-way through. So let’s get on with it, shall we?
First up! New pages of The Silent Choir are now posted for your delight. There were a fair few people came up and asked about the choir at the Thing last week, and the questions seemed to all run the same way. How long is it going to be, and when will it be finished? Well, I reckon that the complete choir will be one hundred pages in length, which means there’s still around twenty-five weeks of strips to run, at two strips a week. Do remember to have a poke around the pictures, by the way, there are a lot of hidden links that should help you understand the story with a little more clarity. Or perhaps deepen your confusion…
The Thing, by the way, went well. It was a great little show, with a fun atmosphere. I’m not going to embarrass myself by attempting to name all the people that made it so much fun. You all know who you are. Probably the most wondrous part of the whole endeavor was all the comics with me in them. Two of which were on the table I sat at. This tidily leads us on to the paragraph.
Here’s the exciting part: if you go on over to the shop section of this very website, you’ll be able to purchase for yourselves the newest issue of Strip For Me, which made it’s debut at the Thing last week. It looks a lot like this:
Actually, it pretty much looks exactly like that. The latest issue is one long story entitled Empty Canvas, as the cover suggests, and it’s a little different that usual. Oh, there’s scars and art and tragedy, like there always is, so don’t you worry. Some people have said that it feels a little lighter than usual, and maybe that is true. I’m still getting used to it, to be honest. I’ll be able to tell you exactly what I think about it at some point in the future, no doubt. It’s all new, and not on the site, so order it with all haste. You won’t regret it!
Also in the shop section you will be able to find the first issue collecting The Rule of Death, the strip that I have been illustrating over the top of Mr Goodbrey’s scripts. This one looks a lot like this:
So that’s your lot. Get on over to the shop and stop bothering me. I’m off to work on the next newest thing to delight your eyes.
All raise your glasses!