I can buy into a sci-fi mythology IF:
1) it is easy and accessible
2) if it is difficult and inaccessible, but their is some hint that the effort will be worth it
So. Star trek falls into category one, Primer falls into category two… For me, Dr. Who falls somewhere else. I’m gonna stick wit it, because I really do want to see what all the fuss is about. I really love the premise and the ideas of each episode, I just find it painful to actually sit and watch the episode.
Anyway! I was almost late for work the other day because of all our clocks dying! haha.
Have a great thursday everyone!
So, I for one am super excited for the addition of “Derbie” to the cast of this comic. I figure- if I can go 878 comic strips with a main character who can’t even interact with physical objects, i can probably get at least twenty strips out of a character who is actually just my main character talking to himself.
…you know, when inspiration hits like a brick wall, you just gotta ride that wave into the sunset, and if you miss, you’ll hit the stars.
Why the puppet comic? My mom just made me some pretty amazing puppets of a couple of cartoon characters I made up, called grape and square, so that we can do some live-action “grape and square” extravaganza’s for all the little’uns. it’s gonna blow their minds. Needless to say- they turned out amazing (good job mom!), and now I have to figure out how to be a ventriloquist.