Off to the Printers

My computer apparently had a caught a cold – a minor virus to  exact.  Figuring out how to deal with that took a few days, as did just some general maintenance to the machine.  As is, I apologize to all of you about only one page being available this week.  The regular two will be up monday and wednesday next week as we resume schedule.

On my other blog I will be posting up part two of my interview with Jimmie Robinson as soon as this blog is finished.  I’m really envious of Jimmie’s ability to do well with absolutely every aspect of comics.  Here I am with my stick figures in revolt, and Jimmie is the one man rock show.  Take care to click on this link here to read part one.   Part two will be up shortly.

Twyla is becoming a first time radio guest this week – from Japan.  I’ll have more information with the next page, when, and where you can hear it.

Paradigm is also officially off to the press.  Next month, along with the release of another book, issue one will be out in its entirety and available at any convention Twyla or Myself will attend.   More details are coming soon enough.

All in all, things are going well.  If you like to leave a comment on any of the pages do so.    Thanks for reading!


Introducing…the Cosmics

Happy Monday everybody.   Page 6 is up.  The words are mine, the letters are James Reddington’s and the illustrations are by Twyla April.  Up till now, we haven’t seen the all powerful Doctor Cosmic and it was time to remedy that.  Dr. Cosmic is fairly eccentric as you’ll soon see…even for a supervillain.  He has a bit of an impulse control problem that is going to lead to some interesting things up the way.  Needless to say, he’s been a blast to write.

But who hasn’t thought of their parents as villains sometimes?  Now grant you, usually it’s for our own good.  No matter how much we think otherwise, kids don’t have all the answers.  Sometimes the parents have to be tyrants. I think the Cosmics came from that part of my subconscious.  I have no idea though.  Still, who hasn’t as a kid wanted to save the world from our parents, especially if they are mad scientists?

Twyla is killing it.  She’s getting better and better with each page I see.  We’re doing our best to keep ahead and hopefully we’ll be able to keep pace the whole story.  This last week kind of blew as I caught something from the Calgary  Con, so I’ve been slower.  That changes this week.  For now, enjoy Page 6.  Page 7 drops wednesday.

Stay tuned to my other blog right here.  Some cool things are dropping this week.

Comments are welcome, as always.

Joshua Pantalleresco