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Monday, October 31, 2011

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That old funky feeling...

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There's one last comic in this, I swear. Been feeling a bit funky lately. No idea if it's just bad sleep or bad food choices but yeah. Not a great mix for doing much in the way of drawing. -.-

I did feel a bit better tonight. Got to some sketching done and I hope to keep that momentum going a bit. Next week might just be an off week as I'm low on scripts. With any luck, that'll get fixed.

By the by, feel free to send Biff questions via the 'Ask a Vampire' link at the top of the page. I got two in the pipeline and I know the crew is always up for answering them. = )

'Till next time!


Posted by Prophet - Friday, November 4, 2011 - 5:12 AM

Happy Halloween & Other Awesomeness!

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Well, it's that time of the year again. That time in the US where kids and adults alike get to break three important rules of life: "Don't take Candy from Strangers", "Don't Scare People out of their Wits", and "Don't Go Out Dressed like That". That's right! It's Halloween! = D

On this most festive of candy-rich holidays, I'd like to share with you a neat project in need of a little love. Ben Paddon - co-creator of the excellent comic Jump Leads - has a rather unique Kickstarter up and running right now. The project is called PortsCenter.

The concept is a simple one. PortsCenter is a webseries that checks out the more unique/interesting ports of video games. Unlike the current fare you may have seen around, the focus is not on how good or bad they are or simply trying to play through them. No, PortsCenter aims to drop information on the games themselves - their similarities and differences - in a very entertaining manner.

If I were to compare the show to anything, I would have to look back to 2002 and G4's show "Icons". PortsCenter is honestly entertaining, informative, and worth some cash. Check out the Kickstarter and, if you dig it, show some love! = )

The PortsCenter Kickstarter page can be found here. -> [LinkTastic!]

'Till next time! = )


Posted by Prophet - Monday, October 31, 2011 - 5:42 PM

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