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Pirate Hunt: A Star Wars Comic (Part 2)

Part 1 here: https://writewithlightning.com/2016/05/20/pirate-hunt-a-star-wars-comic/


This is so much fun to make! I’ve already taken a lot of photos for the next few “issues”. I hope you the comic. 🙂

Be the Quiggold to my Sidon and follow me on Twitter, Instagram or Tumblr.

VanCAF 2016 and Star Wars Stuff

The Vancouver Comic Arts Festival is this weekend at the Yaletown Roundhouse! I will be there at a booth with Rock, Paper, Cynic. He just released a full album of amazing (i.e. geeky) songs that you’ll love, and we’ll have his books, t-shirts, posters, and other merch available.

I’ll have a few things out . . . like a new set of Star Wars haiku postcards!!! I’m so excited about these (thus the three exclamation points). They’re a great way to tell your friends how well-travelled you are through hyperspace.

I’ve also been doing a lot of photography of my Star Wars action figures lately. Force Awakens really got me re-excited about Star Wars. That and my friend Macroworlder, whose own toy-photography inspired me. I’ll be posting the beginning of a comic I’ve been writing about the pirates Sidon Ithano and Quiggold (seen offering Finn a ride in the Force Awakens). TOMORROW.

sidon ithano

Damn he looks so cool

Pretty exciting stuff! Please come see us at the festival or drop us a line on most social media. He’s @rockpapercynic; I’m @writelightning.

May the Force be with you!

Fearsome Fables 2!

Fearsome Fables IIThis announcement is a bit late, but I’m so proud to be making it! The second annual edition of Fearsome Fables (an anthology of spooky comics, stories, and poems for ages 10+) is available online in both digital ($10) and physical ($20) formats.

Once again, a bunch of my very talented friends are featured within its pages, so I definitely recommend that you grab a copy. You can also feel good about the purchase because net proceeds go to the charity Free the Children.

I’d like to thank Peter Chiykowski and Jay Paulin for inviting me back for another volume, but a HUGE thank you goes to Kala Hirtle, the devilishly talented illustrator of the comic I wrote: “Mistaken Identity”. You’re the best Kala! Also, check out Kelly Lynch’s work in the volume. She was the illustrator for the first charity anthology (What the Wild Things Read) that Jay’s Ink’d Well Comics produced. You can still get that anthology and the original Fearsome Fables too.

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