A reminder that I will be at Exterminator City on Saturday, selling these wares! I am thinking three bucks each? Bargains can be made, also.

A reminder that I will be at Exterminator City on Saturday, selling these wares! I am thinking three bucks each? Bargains can be made, also.

This is a mass drawing of a bunch of my characters I’ve made up! I can’t be bothered to name them all but I assure you at least most of them have a name, some of which I can remember.

This is a mass drawing of a bunch of my characters I’ve made up! I can’t be bothered to name them all but I assure you at least most of them have a name, some of which I can remember.

Done with my left hand! Just for kicks, you know.

Done with my left hand! Just for kicks, you know.

Here’s Atticus takin’ a dive. It’s based on this Moomin drawing I saw earlier today. I’ve never read the series but have always had a passing interest. Guess I should get on that.

I really liked all those tiny lines Tove Jansson used, and tried to emulate her style. Not tiny enough! A failure on my part, but a fun experiment. She must work on huge paper! Or just make really tiny lines.

A one page Marvelous fight!

A one page Marvelous fight!

Every time.

Every time.

This one I’ll attribute to Andross’ “true” form in Star Fox 64, but really, when ISN’T a giant brain a bad guy?

This one I’ll attribute to Andross’ “true” form in Star Fox 64, but really, when ISN’T a giant brain a bad guy?

Atticus Smith at ages 15, 10, and 3.

Atticus Smith at ages 15, 10, and 3.

Hey, check it out, I animated a Calvin and Hobbes strip! I’ve wanted to do this since originally reading the comic way back when I was a kid!

Hey, check it out, I animated a Calvin and Hobbes strip! I’ve wanted to do this since originally reading the comic way back when I was a kid!

This is a comic called “Dream Drunker” by Shigehisa Nakaue done for Japanese gaming magazine 64 Dream, which became Nintendo Dream upon the Gamecube’s release.

The reason I’ve scanned these in is that I am hoping, through the power of the internet, that I can find out more about this comic, and possibly someday read it all, because all four pages of it had a profound effect on me as a highschooler.

From what I can find, the author is now working for Nintendo, which is pretty rad. It apparently ran for 49 issues, if this single blog post (http://translate.google.com/translate?sl=auto&tl=en&js=n&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&u=http%3A%2F%2Fthe2020.exblog.jp%2F15181921) I found about it is any indication. I managed to grab the first chapter of the longest running story, “Adventures of Bowser”.

C’mooooon powers of the internet, bring the rest of these pages to me! Otherwise I’ll have to track down all the issues, buy them from overseas, hire someone to translate them, and put them online for free!