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    Still Working On Comics...

    After a bit of a late summer slump, me and my collaborators and I are still working on making comics.  I didn't want you to think we'd given up at all.  On the contrary, I've got new pages coming in again, and I'll be making another push towards publishers soon. 

    You'll notice over to the right side of my website, I've added a comic book writing section with all the stuff I've worked on and can post on the site.  There is actually a good deal more work than that that we're trying to get published, so it won't be going up quite yet, but it's a few examples I like, and a lot of "Learning Process" going on there.

    Finally, I thought I'd show you a penciled page from Boston by Kalle Malloy, with whom I worked on Logue's Patrol.  Submitted without comment, lettering, or context of any kind.

    Also, it should be noted and celebrated that it was one year ago that Kalle and I started working together on comics.  He's definitely become a friend, and he's a great guy to work with. In that year, I've also met several other people in the process who have also become friends of mine.  That's the great hidden secret of making comics.  You aren't just making the comics.

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    Reader Comments (11)

    Oh, that page has a good flow. I get the feeling like a huge choice was made. Keep up the writing Josh, I very much want to read your western.

    September 8, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterDaniel Emmons

    Like Dan, I really like the flow. That last panel is perfect. There's definitely a shift in tone going on. Can't wait to see more of it.

    September 8, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterChris

    Filling in my own words for the page, I imagine that after Mr. No-mustache agreed to lend his horse to Mr. Mustache, Mr. Mustache just announced his plan to have sex with the horse. How close am I? Pretty close, right?

    September 8, 2009 | Unregistered Commentermrlogical

    Can't wait to see more of this. The art is really solid and enjoyable to look at. Plus it takes chops to draw animals. Good luck and thanks for sharing.

    September 8, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterTimothy O'Briant

    I don't know how you knew his name was Mr. No-mustache. But I'll find you and make you pay!

    September 8, 2009 | Registered CommenterJosh Flanagan

    He's going all Pia Guerra on it.

    September 8, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterBill Scurry

    Here's the dialog:

    PANEL 1

    Mornin' Boston.

    Good morning Henry.
    Ready to ride out?

    PANEL 2

    You just say the word.

    PANEL 3

    You keep your heads on out there tonight.
    I can't tell you what's gonna happen, but
    I don't reckon it's gonna get any easier.
    They're thinking about us now, and it's
    making them nervous and scared. Use that
    to your advantage.

    PANEL 4

    Remember, this isn't about blood or
    killing. You have to take your shot to
    keep yourself alive, no man here's gonna
    judge you, but you have to live with the
    choices you make.

    What this is about is making Byers pay
    for what he took from us.

    PANEL 5

    From me.
    Let's ride out.

    September 8, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterJosh

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