Winner Announcement! Okay everyone, we’ve got our winners: pi3rk Aubrey Dickson Greg Murray Fish Michael William Mattexian Tlyer If you won, the author will be reaching out to you to get you a copy of the book. Please make sure to add a review to Amazon when you finish reading it; let’s help him get… Read more »
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Hey everyone. Due to some computer issues, I’m going to have to take next week off of the comic. I should have things sorted out soon, so we’ll continue as normal after that. And before anyone asks, yes, I did have a buffer. Unfortunately, I had chewed through that already.
Hey everyone! First of all, I want to say thank you all so much for your patience while I worked through the work stuff that’s been tying me up for the last… well, the last while. I’ve got good news for everyone who has been waiting patiently for more Bricks of the Dead: it will… Read more »
Hey everyone, I thought I’d check in and let everyone know how things are going. Unfortunately, I don’t have great news here. I am still very much in the weeds, and am going to need some time to get back on track. Sadly, that means no April Fool’s comic this year. I will still be… Read more »
Bad news, everyone: I need to take a break from the comic for a little while. I won’t go into detail, suffice it to say I need to take a little time away to deal with some things. Don’t worry, everything is fine, and Bricks of the Dead will be back before you know it…. Read more »
A while back I did a Let’s Play series on Outlast, an awesome first person horror game. It was a ton a fun. And so was the expansion. Well, there’s another one coming out next year. Here’s the first trailer:
Stewart recently reached out to me to share this super cool The Walking Dead infographic he made about some of the more memorable character deaths. Check it out below, and click on the image to look at a bigger version. Also, check out his website, IntoTheBlue Experience.
Good morning everyone! I’m happy to report that my daughter is recovering well from her burn. She finally has all her bandages off, so now we’re able to treat her at home rather than going to the hospital every couple of days for dressing changes and debridement. It’s been a long, stressful two weeks, but… Read more »