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Which Oz?

Okay, so I’ve been re-reading The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, after reading Oz Reimagined.  And I realized something.  I never read the original.  I only know the movie version ending!  317 more words

The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz

The Opening...

The opening was a huge success. Mali (the artwork not the actual elephant) has found a new home in Germany. Rhein-Neckar-Kreis bought the piece. So now I’m in the collection of the German Government. 24 more words

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Richard Matheson’s Hell House: Volume Two – Ian Edginton

This volume flashes by even quicker than the last. There is a lot of dialogue but that doesn’t seem to bog things down. We learn more about the characters, but in clever and subtle ways, ensuring that these are complex people not just shallow victims. 57 more words

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Character Designing: Temp Job

Alright, so I’ve been brainstorming a new story (titled “Temp Job” for now) and designing the two main characters. It’s gonna take place in the 90s, cause of, ya know… nostalgia. 342 more words

Drawing

The Big Picture

I’m constantly coming up with new ideas for my cartooning work.  I know it’s cliche to say it, but I think it’s part of the creative field that I’m in.  999 more words

The Ultimate True-Crime Story Returns

This October, experience the story of one of America’s most notorious killers as Green River Killer heads to paperback for the first time.

Throughout the 1980s, the highest priority of Seattle-area police was the apprehension of the Green River Killer, the man responsible for the murders of dozens of women. 115 more words

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Richard Matheson’s Hell House: Volume One – Ian Edginton

With good source material, a talented adapter, and a great artist this is a great haunted house story.

Richard Matheson, author of I am Legend, A Stir of Echoes, The Shrinking Man and lots of other books that were turned into films, wrote a horror story in 1971. 176 more words

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