Remember that painting I made a while back, for Papercutter? The painting with hundreds of reader-submitted cat portraits, swirling in a feline vortex? Staring back at you, into your very soul?
Yeah, well, enough people requested a print of that image, that I’ve gone and added it to our Little House shop site. And it is HUGE. An almost poster-sized 13″ by 19.” So click over and order away – just don’t hold me responsible for any side effects. Eleanor’s got a nice new print as well, for the book store lady (or fella) in your life:
There’s some other original artwork by both her and me, including this vintage Blar pin-up.
You might have noticed that I’ve switched update schedules, to Tuesdays and Thursdays. Yes. Hopefully that should stick.
I’ve also been slowly putting back up some of my older comics over in the More Comics section. I’ve got the entire run of Wulf and Merl, the comic I did for Disney Adventures before they shut down. “Pup” is back up as well – a webcomic for the now-defunct Serializer.net. Neither my fault! I hope. Actually, some of those “Pup” comics have been down since the big Serializer crash. This one, for instance. I’ve got one more big one to post, too.
Hey! I guess they’re maybe using my cover for the fourth Adventure Time collection? I haven’t heard anything about it! Have you seen it in person?
Three new pages of the Creepy Casefiles of Margo Maloo today! In which Thompson makes the best of a bad situation.
I’m still figuring out my navigation setup, so if you’re visiting for the first time since last week, make sure you click back to page five.
I might try moving to a more traditional 1-page-at-a-time update schedule, even though I feel like it reads better in larger chunks. What do you think? Several pages once a week, or one page several times a week?
Welcome to the launch of The Creepy Casefiles of Margo Maloo, a comic long in the brooding. I hope you enjoy it. Margo Maloo updates several pages at a time, on Mondays. Make sure to click forward, there’s more than one page to start with. There’s even a little gadget underneath the comic that’ll save your place for later. Which might come in handy, when we get tangled in the dark depths of the story to come.
Let me know what you think, either in a comment or with all the fancy contact buttons over there –>