Break Time

It looks as though I am not working

Hang tight.

12 Responses

  1. Speed says:

    Hi folks.

    Sorry for the abrupt departure. I do have a lot of pots on the boil, and some of them may be ready to serve very soon. New page on Wednesday, cross my heart and hope to die, stick a needle in my eye, jam a dagger in my thigh, eat a horse manure pie.

    Rilly.

  2. reptangle says:

    Ollie doesn’t remove his harness even to sun bathe? Looks like it has his ID and rabies tag on it, but you’d think that could be kept in his wallet.

  3. Speed says:

    Bicycle shorts don’t have pockets.

  4. Scott Bieser says:

    You might wanna lay off the horse manure pie. I’ve heard It has hi-fructose corn syrup.

  5. Peter Tupper says:

    I was going to say the harness and tags would leave tan lines, but he has fur anyway, so how is he going to tan? I guess he’s enjoying the warmth of the sun.

  6. Speed, you give us Vary in a state of self-possession and half-undress.

    There can be no apologies between us.

    Sigh …

  7. Hey, you coming to Chicago next weekend? “D.C. Nation” just typoed McCormick Place into “The McCormick PALACE!’ One vowel can change reality in serious ways.

  8. … um, into “realty,” for one thing. Er, ah, um … ah.

  9. Speed says:

    Yep, I will be at C2E2, flags flying.

    Probably no page today, I had to loan out the brain. Twice.

  10. Katie L. Droscha says:

    I love Ollie’s feet, specifically the number of toes…heh heh. Very cute and very interesting. Speaking of constructs, ‘weird-heads’, etc. I was flipping through Sin-Eater, Volume II, and was looking at the illustrations of the skeletons doing the conga line on the back cover. Is the one with the horns, tail and what appear to be hooves a Huldre? Then I remembered ‘Five Crazy Women’, and there was a Huldre at Grazie’s house party , the one with the horns.

  11. James says:

    Have I told you how much i loved mystery date? When do we get More? or have I missed one? Eek! if so.

  12. meernaum says:

    Wasn’t sure were to place this link and notice, yet since this seems a laid back area hopefully it will be seen by Carla if she has a break from her hectic schedule. Have recently immersed myself in Finder’s current story line and composed a review of “Torch’s” current contents along with brief mention of Finder’s considerable issues at the site Beyond Victoriana:

    http://beyondvictoriana.com/2011/03/20/68-carla-speed
    -mcneil’s-aboriginal-sci-fi-graphic-series-finder-a-review-guest-blog-by-noah-meernaum/

    Though being swamped with your estimable series, hopefully you may get a chance to check it out. Long live Finder and the power of the small press!

    Noah Meernaum

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