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Comments, Comments…COMMENTS.

A quick aside, for anyone else living in the province of Quebec, do society a favor and get your ass out today and vote. And maybe, just maybe, we can get rid of a political party that governs with intolerance, hatred and ignorance.

But I digress.

The big thing I wanted to talk about today was the fact that after many years, we’ve finally opened up a comments section on the individual comic strip pages. We did it with LFG a few months ago as an experiment, and it’s been great.

A few things to note:

  • These comments are NOT moderated.
  • The only time a comment won’t go live immediately, is if you have not added an e-mail address to your Disqus account.
  • If, by my sole discretion, I find the comments turning into a hostile environment, I’ll shut them down.

So be good, play nice and get involved.

-Because I Can.

Quote of the Day

“The difference between a democracy and a dictatorship is that in a democracy you vote first and take orders later; in a dictatorship you don’t have to waste your time voting.”
– Charles Bukowski

Con and back again!

Friday night and time for a fresh dose of Lartist at Work on Ustream! Emerald City was lovely as ever, and huge as never before! If you’re not too busy watching Captain America tonight, please drop by as I draw and talk from 8pm till midnight!

Emerald City Comicon, Booth #1314

I’m not sure exactly how this happened, maybe an invention of them creationists or something, but it’s somehow time to leave for our first convention of the 2014.

On Thursday, Lar, Moss, Will and myself will be heading off to The Emerald City Comicon, where you can find us at Booth #1314 for the duration of the weekend. If that’s not enough, on Friday at 10am, Lar and I will be doing a panel called ’10 Years of LICD’.

We’ll have plenty of new and fun stuff on hand to sign and sell, plus, Lar will be doing commissions. He’s nice that way.

Do come by and see us, won’t you?

Please?

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-Because I Can.

Quote of the Day

“Never cut a tree down in the wintertime. Never make a negative decision in the low time. Never make your most important decisions when you are in your worst moods. Wait. Be patient. The storm will pass. The spring will come.”
– Robert Schuler