Oh my gosh – Watusi survived!! Guess having a site named “Watusithetalkingdog” kinda takes some of the dramatic tension out of a death scene, doesn’t it? Still, I would be interested in hearing what you thought about this storyline; while I plan to have a mix of these shorter stories and longer epics, I’m curious to hear what you readers prefer!
… of course, if you’re attending the Comic Book I-Con this weekend, you can tell me in person! It should be a really fun show, as was last weekend’s Free State Comicon – I’ve posted a few photos from it on Watusi’s facebook page.
Well, Watusi’s breathing! But is it the breath of life … or a death rattle?!?
Be sure to stop and say “hi” if you’re at this weekend’s Free State Comicon— who knows what goodies I’ll be bringing to the show…
Next: can it be? Watusi R.I.P.!?!
By the way, I want to plug a couple of upcoming shows I’ll be appearing at: Sept. 10th is the Free State Comicon (right here in Lawrence, Kansas), and the very next weekend is the ICBC’s Comic Book I-Con in Altoona, Iowa. I’m looking forward to both shows; stop by and say “hi” if you’re in the neighborhood!
Watusi may be feeling pretty good right about now … but how long will it last?
The competition’s nearly over – the big finish is coming up next!
I’ve also begun restoring some choice content from my old site over at www.smearysoapboxpress.com. While I don’t have a set posting schedule, you can find a favorite “Continuity and Vine” strip of mine there now, as well as a free e-book (in .pdf format) to read &/or download. Enjoy!
As promised, the Professor’s assistant gets into the act this time. Will it make a difference? Find out next episode…
Maybe a story centered on stinky vats of trash wasn’t the best idea for this scorcher of a summer! Oh well, it’s more than half over…
Yes, like many dogs, Watusi has no self control!
Which we will, next time …. as I make another one of my always hilarious attempts at rhyming!
At least that goat is in the best hands it can possibly be in with Mitchell taking care of it! But get ready for animal testing, ROUND TWO– next week! Hope Watusi fares better than the goat …