So during SDCC (But I was at home, so it was in the mail) I received the best ever fan gift from stl-ben. A book of Our Love is Real cover themed sketches from a bunch of comic artists, and two OLiR themed songs from two of his favorite bands, somehow on a plexiglass record. Hannah has a turntable so we were able to listen to it. It’s all also on a USB drive in the shape of a dog, in picture one, above. 

The songs are up, here.

Amazing?

Amazing.

Thanks so much, Ben! 

oh hey what’s going on here? #sdcc #notreally #orisit

oh hey what’s going on here? #sdcc #notreally #orisit

Current “finish this today” page. <cue sitar>

Current “finish this today” page. <cue sitar>

GPOY:

GPOY:

So a friend of mine from High School moved to Portland with his person, and I guess a neighbor was watching her for a while, and left in their backyard a canister that was like opening the mouth of madness.

A walk, then gotta finish this. Fingers xed. #symbiosis

A walk, then gotta finish this. Fingers xed. #symbiosis

Regular reminder of how much of a badass Lady Satan was.

Regular reminder of how much of a badass Lady Satan was.

Been working on finishing the story section of Symbiosis before moving on to paste-up/pre-press. This image went out to backers with a recent update. Also, I was asked to put up &#8220;Falling" in a Society of Illustrators show. So that&#8217;s exciting. (I think? Right?) 

Been working on finishing the story section of Symbiosis before moving on to paste-up/pre-press. This image went out to backers with a recent update. Also, I was asked to put up “Falling" in a Society of Illustrators show. So that’s exciting. (I think? Right?) 

So I made an update to the Symbiosis Kickstarter page showing off the blank dummy book, and how fancy it is. Enjoy. 

I had heard of Tesla’s pipe-dream defense screens that he pitched to the press near his death, but the Popular Mechanics article is the first one I actually saw directly.

November 1934.

I had heard of Tesla’s pipe-dream defense screens that he pitched to the press near his death, but the Popular Mechanics article is the first one I actually saw directly.

November 1934.