Thursday, May 12, 2011

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There! Now we've got something happening! No more swimming around chasing fish . . . now we're going to be swimming around underground!

So I do apologize for the lack of posts. Interestingly, I was able to cheat because there have been four Wednesdays since I posted last and four pages I finished so if someone didn't read this comment and was just looking at my archives they'd find an uninterrupted stretch of pages here. Of course, you, my fine readers, know better.

In some ways, I almost like posting (and reading) small chunks like this, instead of a page a week. What do you think? It's one of the unanswered questions of comics on the web, I guess.

In the meantime, here's what you can look forward to . . . a return of an old friend, the introduction of a new character, and the end of the prologue, which will lead into something completely different.

Finally, thanks for your support, those of you who actually take the time to read my little webcomic. I know that art is in the eye of the beholder (and some beholders will be quick to say this is not art), but art is also an expression of the artist's "soul". I'm telling this story because it's a story I want to tell, and without artists who are interested in working with me this is my only way of getting this story out there. But that makes it a little more special to me, I guess, since it is important enough for me to go ahead and do it anyway. (Although some might argue I must not like my story very much to go ahead and do it myself.)

And my kids like it. So, that's probably the most important thing. Right?

Again, if you have any questions or comments, please feel free to use the comments section below. Thanks!

~ Ben

PS -- A sneak peek at an upcoming graphic novel, illustrated by the amazing Tim Baron and scripted by me, called "The Life and Times of Julius Destructus":


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