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December 7, 2013

For those who didn't read the comments on the last update... there is a reason you haven't had an update in three weeks (and are getting a months-old filler picture now). The Monday before Thanksgiving, I turned my Hackintosh on and got a blank screen, and with one thing and another it's taken me this long to get it back up. The good news: it was the graphics card rather than, as intially thought, the motherboard; the motherboard is returnable; I didn't lose any data; and I got a shiny flash harddrive and and updated OS installed as part of the deal. The bad news is that between the graphic card (Hackintoshes are... kind of difficult with graphics cards) and the new OS, it wasn't a fast return to service, and even now that I'm back up I am having to reconstruct all my preferences and reinstall many of my tools.

So, while updates are on the way, they're not here yet. In the meantime, er. Have a picture of Penn I did back in May or so. If you want a teaser, it's part of a side project I'm working on as I have the time (i.e. not very often). Given that for his few appearances Penn has picked up a surprising number of fans, I think you'll like it.

You can also go check out the Spiderforest comic of the -- er, of several weeks ago, actually: What It Takes.

The world ended six years ago. Colbey is part of the three percent of humanity that survived, but she's too busy to feel lucky. Busy continuing to survive in a world where you can take nothing for granted, not even your next meal or a safe place to sleep. Busy trying to sift the wreckage of a lost world for the fiancee she's grimly convinced has survived. Busy dodging the gangs and disfunctional dictatorships while tracking down rumors of the one place civilization is said to have survived... a City in a Place whose nature seems increasingly tangled in the fate of the man she lost....

What It Takes is a gritty post-apocolyptic comic with a gutsy, tough, and believable heroine and a dose of dark humor. And yes, it's a favorite of mine. Go! Read!