Get all 21 issues of the series to date for $10! For iOS, Android, and regular ol’ browser reading. The series ends at #30, so this is a great way to catch up and get current before we head into the finale.
me, Zezelj, Bellaire, Fletcher
…to everyone who helped in my breast cancer fundraiser last fall. Just got the news that a close relative was diagnosed, so in the middle of the fear and feelings of helplessness and sadness, I am grateful that you all helped me do a little bit towards making a difference.
The start of a three-issue arc called SAHARA, with art by Danijel Zezelj (Garry will be back at #25 to take us to the conclusion). Anyway, #22, in which Mary rides shotgun, literally, for a four-mile water convoy across northern Africa. Colors by Jordie, letters by Jared as usual.
a storm is coming(there’s an actual storm in there too). X-men 13
In this upcoming issue, I have this scene with Monet, and I really wanted her to look strong… not comic book superhero-strong, but real life strong, and so I sent artist Clay Mann this shot of Camille LeBlanc-Bazinet:
and asked for a build like that on Monet. Which I got:
We’ve recently moved house, and the combo of a couple dozen empty cardboard boxes and a huge basement den makes for some fun building castles and forts.
X-Men #13 sneak peek
Some really patient people out there. Thank you.
Information Destruction Through History
Information the most valuable commodity in the world. All human progress depends on the accumulation and preservation of information. When information is lost, human progress suffers. This infographic displays some of the most significant loses of information human civilization has suffered.
(the ‘bravo’ balloon is out of order, that should come last. BUT I love this panel. From today’s X-Men). Clay Mann and Paul Mounts.