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Posts Tagged ‘Tales of the Uncanny’


No One Escapes… The Fury!™ The Original Adventures of The Fury™, N-Man™, Hypernaut™ & Crew Soon Online Suffice to note that on August 1, working within the guidelines outlined here at Myrant, “three classic 20-year-old stories running a page a day” will launch at this venue. _____________ No One Escapes… The Fury™, The Unbelievable N-Man™, [...]


Flashbacks to What Never Was Draculex™, N-Man™, Red Tails™ Faux-Comicbook Covers Work continues on a number of projects—first and foremost, work (I can’t show you) on the S.R. Bissette’s How to Make a Monster art instructional book for Watson-Guptill/Random House; work (I won’t show you) on Tales of the Uncanny™, the N-Man™/Naut Comics™ project. Oh, [...]


Riding Magic Carpets A Rather Threadbare & Careworn Followup to My Open Letter to My Fellow Writers (& Artists) I’ll be posting a ramble, not a coherent essay, today, to continue my September 7th post, “Looking for Margic Carpets,” which prompted much comment and feedback. I’m glad it was of use to somebody. * Let [...]


Shooting Shit with Sim Creator’s Rights & Wrongs, Balancing Acts * Continuing and picking up directly from yesterday (right from here, still responding to Dave‘s last full paragraph): Balancing income against the Ideal Work has been the challenge; I see my students struggle with it regularly, in and after CCS. Note, for instance, CCS graduate [...]


Tales of the Uncanny Lives! Working, Working, Working on the Shape of Things That Were (Never Were) But Will Soon Be… There’s so much to talk about — but I can’t! Suffice to say I’ve been hard at work — with co-editor Tim Stout, and working alone on the drawing board and keyboard on my part [...]