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Hey kids,

So, a while ago, I posted this comic I wrote a looong time ago, that was based upon a true event. It’s called The Last Time I Rode A Greyhound Bus and it sat on my harddrive for YEARS until I gave this script to the talented Mr. Michael Harris to illustrate. We ended up printed it up for The Comictron 2.0 — a book we made for the Wizard World 2008 Chicago Comic Convention, along with two stories by David Brame.

I took another look at it recently and was horrified by the lettering. True, this was the first comic I’ve ever lettered — and for a first-timer, it wasn’t that bad. I’m still not an expert, but I think I have definitely grown leaps and bounds in the lettering field.

Anyway, I went ahead and relettered the story for your reading pleasure.

So enjoy. Or don’t. Whatever. I already gots my money, so your enjoyment doesn’t mean that much to me anymore.

Your friend (and part-time lover),
Boom Boom Storm Cloud

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Hey kids!

Got a special treat for you today!

Last Thursday, the talented Mr. David Brame sent me the first 8 pages of our graphic novel — Punch-Up — drawn and inked. I lettered said pages yesterday and, tonight, I am uploading and displaying for all [three people who read my blog] to see.

With this done, I’ll be printing off several copies of the submission proposal — along with the 8 page preview, the cover mock-up, and the Punch-Up logo (should someone *cough, cough*Michael*cough* ever finish designing it) — and send it all off the Image Comics within the next few weeks. And, then, hopefully, we’ll hear back whether they want to pick up our book sometime early next year. :fingers crossed:

So, please, read the opener to out book and feel free to comment, tell us how much you love it, sing our praises and just, generally, kiss our asses.

Hope you all enjoyed that. I know I did.

Keep your eyes peeled to this location for more Punch-Up updates (and short stories) through the coming weeks and months.

Your friend (and part-time lover),
Boom Boom Storm Cloud