From the magical to the mundane, it’s all part of the prestidigitation game. Back with a talking dog next time! Here’s another new webcomic for your enjoyment, from a group of local creators: www.verymintcomics.com features a new comic six days a week. Wednesdays features the eerie superhero adventures of “The Obelisk”, by Joel Pfannenstiel!
While Watusi won’t be able to stick around and listen to the Infinity Five, you can catch them online every week in Mike Sullivan’s comic, “There’s Something Happening in Crawford, Kansas”!
Guess you aren’t done assisting until Mick Magick says you are!!
Over on www.smearysoapboxpress.com I’ve posted an interview with the one-and-only Brien Wayne Powell, the first cartoonist interview in my “20 questions” series. Check it out!
Well, let’s hope that’s the worst that happens to Watusi on stage!
I guess there is a down side to working so far in advance (yes, I’m maintaining a number of strips in the can): I’d already planned this to be a short-term transformation before I heard how popular Flytusi was with you readers, and had drawn past that point. That makes it harder to do “on the fly” (if you’ll pardon the pun) additions to take immediate advantage of your feedback; I’ll just have to find some other way to make use of Watusi’s fly version in the future…
What the BUZZ?!?
A big thanks to Steve Keeter for the enthusiastic review of my comic strip (“getting better all the time”); he reviews new and classic comics over on YouTube– check out his ClassicComicMan’s channel for more! And if you want even more Watusi, check out my effort for Tom Cherry’s “Draw Jackie Jokers Day” event right here for a Watusi cameo…