Feb.28.14 at 03:52 pm
Volume 3 is now out! It's available in the store right this moment.
It contains all of the comics from October 5th 2012 to February 19th, 2014, and is in full color!
If you have any problems, please let me know via e-mail (available on the 'Contact' page).
Feb.17.14 at 11:06 am
Hey there! Just letting you know I'll be at Heroes in the Charlotte Convention Center June 20-22!
You can find more information about it here!
I will be sharing a table with the fine folks over at Namesake
in the Artist's Alley.
During Connecticon, more than a couple people were too nervous to approach me just because they already had my books, or didn't have any more money to spend. Please don't feel that way! I want to meet every single one of you, because you are the most important thing to me.
Feb.07.14 at 09:51 pm
If you see this post, maybe you didn't see the warnings, and if you don't see this post, well you were probably stopped by the warnings.
But if you're one of the few who pushed past it, rest assured that no malware rests here, my child! False alarms happen quite frequently, as we share the ad network with a vast variety of other sites that may get flagged, and then the flag cascades throughout the network (only the flags, however. Not the malware.)
It should be rectified by now, and is relying entirely on caches at various ISPs and such to clear the warnings.
Thank you, my wee little ones. My tiny sweet little guys and girls. Sleep tight. *kissy noises*
Jan.30.14 at 01:12 am
Sorry if I've been late in responding to your e-mails lately. Sometimes I let a week or two slip by, even though I'm reading them almost every day. If you don't get a response to me, either hold on a bit longer, or it might have gotten bounced by the mail servers, which does happen on occasion.
Thanks for understanding, and keep being my beautiful friends!
Dec.30.13 at 02:59 pm
Many wonder the origins of the "K" on the head of Santa's motivational partner.
Some theorize that, due to Saint Nicholas's Greek origins, the K might be from the greek m???? K??????? which can be very loosely translated to 'Motivation Dude.'
Others believe that he is, in fact, Krampus, the monster of Alpine folklore that punishes misbehaving children.
Another school of thought is that perhaps his face has become so distorted from centuries of violence, scorn and grimacing expressions, the M that was there has twisted into the shape we see now.