Passing the Baton . . . Sorta

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I love drawing, but I hate allergies. The above image will lead you to the complete comic update. It is the forth in a series of five pages in a mini-story in the middle of the larger story of Joe Mexico as he solves the mystery of the Tokyo Papers.

A Particular Smell

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This is the final comic of chapter one. Monday of course will see the beginning of Cobalt City‘s chapter two The Running Man. I am of course very excited. I know on this blog, Our Process, I have posted hundreds of political cartoons and a few very popular house plans, but I have failed at what has been a goal for four years now, to have the internal fortitude to draw on the same subject for three months.

I am quite tired, because to get this done, I’ve had to have many sleepless nights. The nice thing is the art is slowly improving and I am seeing how I can improve my story.

For those of you who have been reading for a long time, thank you so much. I am so glad you have been hanging in there as I get it together.

Aaron the Ogre.

Watercooler Talk

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Webcomics are a hard thing to do . . . in the beginning (very few viewers). I’m wrapping up chapter one of the comic. It’s over thirty pages long with more on the way. In the picture above, you see Detective Irving Winston. He’s receiving some bad news. To find out more, click on the image and you’ll be directed to the full comic.