Inking a new Wesley Crusher: Ordinary Teenager comic. Excuse my giant fingers, these comics are actually quite small in real life.
A cookie for whomever guesses what I was watching while inking.
As some of you may be aware, my “regular gig” is over at City of Films where I do a weekly comic called The City Strip. I became part of the team in 2010 and it’s been a heck of a lot of fun so far, always happy for an excuse to watch more movies and draw more comics.
Today we’re proud to add a new member to our team, Katie Putnam! She’s been a fan of The City Strip since the beginning (that is…awesome, thank you so much Katie!) and we’re super excited that she’s working with us.
Katie has a fantastic vlog (links to follow) so we asked her if she would be interested in doing a special ongoing City of Films vlog. Thus, Katie’s Fun-time Cinema was born!
The first introductory episode premiered today and you should all go check it out!
I’m not sure what she has planned for future episodes but I think it’s a safe bet to say that they’ll be fun…and about movies! WHOA! Plus she’s the only member of City of Films who works in a movie theater so hopefully we’ll get more wacky movie theater stories. Thank you so much Katie, this is awesome and we’re definitely looking forward to more!
Now, onto some links:
A nice little reminder for you kind, awesome folks!
Hello folks! From now until my birthday (8/30) you can get a copy of the Stolen Lovelight for $5.00!
Arisia Randir, stuck on M’s arm and in the worst relationship of her life, has finally found a way out: pay for her own kidnapping. The captain and crew of The Brochet Swimmer, a cargo ship from the seedier side of Retha, are game. Everything goes to plan until Arisia wakes up to discover her kidnappers are missing—and she’s not entirely alone.
If you are curious about the insides, I posted 7 preview pages here! http://www.tarabba.com/gallery/the-stolen-lovelight/
Times are rough, I understand, so if you would please pass this around, much appreciated. :) Thank youuu.
Thank you very much!
I’ve been a Star Trek fan for…my entire life pretty much, and in that time I’ve watched every episode many many times…yet I’ve never done a re-watch from beginning to end. I should do that one day.
I wonder what would have happened with his character had he remained on the show for all seven years. At least he got a good send off. His final episode as a regular character was a good one.
I’ve been absent here for the last few days but that doesn’t mean Wesley Crusher: Ordinary Teenager has stopped!
Graham and Ryan over at City of Films let me turn this past week into…Crusher Week! Two Wesley Crusher comics each day. Fantastic.
Most of the comics were ones that I already posted here, but today is the final day of Crusher week and we’re bringing you two BRAND NEW Wesley Crusher comics, never before seen! One is even animated…well…kinda.
Go check them out!
Wesley Crusher: Ordinary Teenager will resume right here, next week.