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#396; In which Trade Secrets are revealed

Was I lying on Tuesday? Possibly. Was it all a grand April Fool’s gag that everyone took as a lighthearted jest? Judging from the many heartfelt emails, perhaps not. Thank you for the kind support, everyone! Back to Victorian engravings we go.

Here’s something that will make it up to you: the online anthology Dark Horse Presents has just published an original 8-page Wondermark story! A spiritual successor to my print-only comic book Treachery!, the new story is entitled Ransom!, and was a ton of fun to make. It contains Victorian engravings aplenty, people who emailed me

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Video: The Last Spaceplane

Here’s a Wondermark puppet animation that I made a while back but never posted online for some reason!

It is an ACTION STORY about a SPACE EMERGENCY.

It was written by Zach Sigelko, and performed by Zach and myself:

THE LAST SPACEPLANE

Over on Patreon I’ve posted a link to an enormous folder full of more experimental puppet videos that Zach and I made!

The above was basically the culmination of this period of experimentation. The archive videos chronicle the early beginnings of our efforts as they gradually grow more refined.

Video: The Last Spaceplane

Zach also guested on the latest episode of Malki on the Mark, in which we discuss these puppet videos, and why we made them, and so on.

It was chatting with Zach for this podcast that reminded me that I never really posted many of these online. So thanks, Zach!



Check out: My interview on the ComicLab podcast

Check out: My interview on the ComicLab podcast

I was pleased as punch to be invited to yammer for an hour on ComicLab, the making-comics podcast hosted by my pals Dave Kellett and Brad Guigar.

Here’s a direct link to the episode on their site! (And on Overcast.)



The Gax Tax ?

A while back, reader Brian O. sent me these photos of a breaking story on his local news!

The Gax Tax ?

The Gax Tax ?

The Gax Tax ?

What I want to know is, is this story about the public’s reaction to the ‘Gax Tax’, OR is it about Gax’s reaction to a tax?

Because the second one is much more likely to turn ugly. Maybe that’s why it made the news.

Thanks, Brian! Sorry it took me five years to post these