Before the new comic this weekend, I thought I might share a song from one of my favorite artist, Warren Zevon, that fits the Halloween theme really well. Ladies and gentlemen, Werewolves of London.
I had my wisdom teeth removed recently (all 4 of them) and even though I’m feeling a LOT better than I expected to, I’m always kind of stuck in one of two modes: 1) my jaw hurts and I don’t feel like doing much after work, especially since I just spent an entire day drawing other stuff and 2) just took my pain pills and I wanna sleep.
There should be a new comic this weekend, hopefully, and I’ll be doing my best to update the comic as frequently as possible. Meanwhile, here’s some Street Fighter 2 inspired art I’m doing for http://www.fight-evil.com for the eponymous Fights.
But I got one anyway!
May not seem like it from the picture, but we love each other. That surprised Fred a little bit. Besides, I thought pictures of kitties were popular on the intarwebs, so there we are.
On a semi-interesting note for those who follow hockey, you can clearly see my Montréal Canadiens’ banner on my wall, and I’m currently wearing a Québec Nordiques’ t-shirt. That’s the hockey equivalent of saying that you like Obama and McCain equally.
If you want to get yourself one or more sweet Slashers T-Shirts, now is the time! Click on the banner and make your order!
I’m on vacation for a week! This means no comic update for that time, so I hope you can forgive me while I’m having fun away from the computer. The highlight of my trip will be tomorrow, when I’ll be at the Centre Bell in Montréal to see my all time favorite musician, Mr. Steve Winwood. His career spans over 4 decades and he never stopped evolving as an artist. He might be best known on the internet because Eric Prydz’s hit techno song,”Call on Me”, which sampled Winwood’s own “Valerie”. During the 80s and early 90s, he arguably wrote and performed the most mature in the pop genre, while he touched on about every musical style you can imagine during the other decades. From the Blues and RnB roots of the Spencer Davis Group to the psychedelic rock of Traffic and Blind Faith, he’s worth discovering not only to see if he’s your cup of tea, but to hear that he had the exact same black blues singer voice when he was a mere 16 years old.
… aaaaaand it doesn’t look like much right now. I’m still very new to this, and I gotta learn how everything works before the site is something worth seeing. Anyways, I hope you guys and girls will enjoy the website, I’ll soon post all of the comics and perhaps something more!