Magic Bullet #2 is in! Plus, PlanetJune blog links!
The second issue of the Washington, DC-area "Magic Bullet" is out and, presumably, being read by a thousand or so metro commuters (perhaps AT THIS VERY MOMENT). I managed to snag a handful of copies, so I can attest that they look just great. All of the entries have something to add and it's cool to see my work among those included.
Rather than just hoard these copies in hopes that one day they appreciate in value so I can, I don't know, send someone to college (kids be damned), I'll be distributing them to comic stores in the Pittsburgh, PA and Wilmington, NC areas in the next few weeks, so if you're in either of those parts of the country, stop by and pick up the issue for zero dollars. There's currently a handy Google map with listings of where to find the publication, with most results coming from the Maryland/Virginia/DC area.
"End of the Line", with art by Jeff McComsey, is on page 16. I still can't get over how great it is to have something printed on newsprint. It's the nostalgia of it all. I'm also a big fan of fellow FUBAR artist Steve Becker's contribution:
You can find out more about DC Conspiracy's Magic Bullet at the very awesome MB website. Many thanks to everyone who made this a possibility.
In addition to...whatever it is I just talked about, I recently had a review posted at the PlanetJune website regarding the crochet Yeti doll I commissioned last year. It posts some pictures of the Yeti doll and, well, me (and Lion-O) at last year's New York Comic Con. It turned out really well and I'll have more with me at this year's upcoming cons. Good stuff. Check it out!