07/31/2015
07/31/2015

Today’s sketch is by my bestest animation school bud and dear friend, Marie McNeill. I absolutely ADORE her art, which is equal parts cute, sassy and derpy (in the best sense of that word!).

Marie, you are incredible and THANK YOU so much for the amazing art of Abbie’s Changeling Character.

Gen Con continues to be awesome and I continue to be at booth 641, so if you’re at the show, come see me!

Today’s guest comic is by one of the sweetest, funniest ladies I know – my dear friend Rebecca Hicks of Little Vampires. Her all-ages comic is just as sweet and funny as she is, so you shpuld definitely check it out!!

Today’s guest comic is by my good buddy, Luke Foster of The Center of Somewhere and an amazing travel journal comic about his trip across the United States, Drawn Away. Thanks again, Luke! I always love seeing your take on my characters!

I approve of Abbie’s reasoning for parties.

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Also, in REALLY BIG EXCITING NEWS, I have a new Kickstarter running. And it’s not for a Weregeek book. It’s for something I’ve never tried before – publishing a card game!! Allow me to introduce TWILIGHT ARCANA, An elegant High Fantasy card game based on the look of the Tarot:

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The Twelve Realms have long been ruled by wise and powerful Queens, but a dark Shadow has fallen over the land. An unseen power threatens to plunge the Realms into darkness, bringing famine, war, and worse.

In the Tower of Secrets, the Twelve Queens have gathered to seek an end to the threat. But they are betrayed, cursed by a powerful spell, sending them all into a deathlike slumber, as the Realms fall into chaos…

It’s that time of year again, when GenCon takes over my life completely! Thankfully my friends are helping me out with some awesome guest strips.
The first is from my good friend Angela Melick! She does a great autobiographical webcomic called Wasted Talent!

She’s made a comic about two of my favourite things… board games and my li’l birdy Meg!! SOOOO ADORABLE!!! Thanks Angela!

…But no one is evening listening to the Summer King anymore. Not when there’s a puppy dancing around like crazy.

Mind you, most Summer Court meetings tend to be like trying to talk to a group of hyperactive school kids anyway, though in this case, some of the kids can punch through brick walls or lift a car.