Saturday, April 15, 2006
SAILOR MAN (the end)
Here's the last page.
Thanks to Dev for doing such a great job with this story-- just for fun. Twelve pages is a hell of a lot of work to do, especially for free. It's a lot easier and less time consuming to write a twelve-pager than it is to draw one. Take a bow, pal. You brought this to life and I love what you did with it.
Thanks to everyone for reading. There are a little over a thousand unique visitors to my blog and while the majority of you are silent, I'm going to assume you had a good time with this. If I'm wrong, feel free to kick my ass if you ever see me...if you can!
If this was your first time reading anything that I've written, please keep a look out later this year. I'm currently writing a three-issue arc and a two-issue story for a couple of different DC titles. One is an outer space book and the other is set in the nitty, gritty city. I'm also writing a one-shot for a licensed property for a different company. Those will all be officially announced and out in stores at some point or another, hopefully followed by more work because it's what pays the mortgage. If not, I'll be the shifty looking fellow on the street corner turning tricks for cash.
As for Dev, I wouldn't be surprised to see him make a triumphant return to the world of comics in the very near future. But his plans aren't mine to say.
Thanks for reading, I'm going to go figure out what to post on this blog next. Maybe a nice break from comic related material for a bit is in order.