Update – 10.15.2010
Thanks everyone! I’m really thrilled at the feedback I’ve gotten on the comic, and I never expected that this many people would ever see it. All the kind words I’ve gotten really mean a lot.
What I’ve got here is really a rough draft, and there’s more to come! But how can you find out when I have new stuff? I’m glad you asked.
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Last weekend, I “participated” (on my own) in an event called 24 Hour Comic Book Day. What that means is, from noon on Saturday to noon on Sunday, I drew a 24-page comic book. Well, actually, I started at like 2pm and finished at 2am, and mine is only 22 pages, and I didn’t do it all at once or stay up all night. In fact, I slept, watched a movie (The Social Network is pretty good!), ate some good food, drank some good drinks, and rode my bike from place to place. Fun! (The pages were drawn and photographed in different locations, hence the color difference on the “scans”)
But here it is! It’s about my favorite time of year… I’m a bit embarrassed about most of the drawings in here! I hope you like it anyway. Perhaps soon I will clean it up a bit (okay, a lot) and print it!
Please leave a comment if you enjoyed it or want to tell me what’s wrong! Or email me! slonie AT gmail.com.
Since you made it down to the bottom, and are reading this online instead of on paper, here’s a few links mentioned in the comic:
Blackbird SF’s Raw Pre-War Cyclocross – Historical Burliness!
Cyclocross Magazine – A Good Starting Point!
Cyclo-Cross Training & Technique – Martin Eadon’s video. With Awesome Music.