News for April 2014:

Sat, Apr 19, 2014 Say... does that guy look familiar to anyone else?

-Joe
Joe Sat, Apr 12, 2014 I hope the story hasn't become impenetrable. That's often a concern for me. I read some other comics, and I can tell that some of them are just so beautifully drawn and written, but good lord, their plots are impenetrable. So hey, if you're feeling a little lost, here's a brief summation.

Sandra was turned into a demon girl. She got upset and went crazy and her wizard friend had to banish her to someplace weird. It's been a while since then and her old buddies have sort of moved on in various ways. Jack was seen in New York, seemingly wizarding other people. He got a vision of Sandra (or "Zandra," rather) and resolves to return to his home to deal with it, most likely expecting a fight of some sort since they parted on very poor terms. Also, his magic book is now a woman for some reason. Now Zandra is returning to her old house and it's gotten bigger. Which is kind of creepy, I hope. That should do it.

Y'know, in some ways, these narrative comics are the most trying of all (in SOME ways, that is). You have to fall back so much on your skill as a pure writer, and when you've been up all night it's just so much harder to judge your own work.

Ah, well. I can't even care right now too much. You, go... I don't know, sign a humanitarian petition. Do a good deed. It's time for me to decompress.

If that means what I think it does. Kind of sounds dirty, now that I think about it...

-Joe
Joe Fri, Apr 4, 2014 Let me make one thing perfectly clear.

April Fools Day is not over until I say it's over.

Clear?

And confound it, this is a tradition that's worth keeping alive. And also I was pressed for time preparing for MoCCA Fest and I had to do something. You understand. I'm sure we'll have fun next weekend, though. You'll be happy then.

Have you noticed how I try to make pony Zandra a little cuter every year? I hope you noticed.

-Joe
Joe Fri, Apr 4, 2014 I'll see you at MoCCA Fest, I hope! If not, don't worry about it. I'll forgive you someday. I can't speak for Jim, though. He might hold grudges.

-Joe

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