You never call! Maybe you should instead? Seriously, we'd love to know what you think about RBS.
Occasional posts from (usually) Bram and (sometimes) Monica about comics in general, this comic in particular, art, design, publishing, visual culture, and far, far too many things about actual squirrels.
And now I'm fascinated by "war dogs," kind of a phenomenon thanks to Rebecca Frankel's coverage — the latest of which, including some speculation about Cairo, is in this follow-up photo essay.
Recent reading and studying has been about the — most likely 140,000-year-long — bond between our species. Admittedly, I'm conflicted about dogs fighting our wars, but still, I don't know, there's something amazing about the relationship that gives me hope for both of us.
And then — one of the things that's been taking up so much time — Panel Press will have its own table in Artist Alley at Albuquerque Comic Expo alongside Jamie and a bunch of our friends, June 24–26. There'll also be a 7000 BC booth on the main floor that'll be your guide to independent comics from the area. It'll mean a lot to us if this is a successful event, so come on out. And we know the organizer, so if you want to exhibit, let us know.
This is the home of the serialized comic that Monica and I produce (admittedly, more than just somewhat infrequently), Raised By Squirrels which is available for free by downloading the PDFs to the left (starting at the bottom) or for purchase via those links on the side.
RBS is released under the Panel Press imprint, where we offer a few other comics, including Death, Cold As Steel and The Darkness From Warsaw which are set in the RBS universe, but at an earlier time, and feature art by Jamie Chase. And our newest series New West, with art by Caleb Yeider.
We're also members of 7000 BC, a Northern New Mexico-based comic creators collective. You can check out their Web site for more, including current activities and some free downloads.