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(Jon sez:)

Your Writer: Jon Kilgannon Dear Soul-Devouring Games Company,

Please let my good friend Mark come home from work before midnight so he can draw our webcomic.

Sincerely,
Little Jon K. (age 6)

My stage direction for Chaucer's simple declaration of "no" comments that it's the bravest thing hes ever done. This is particularly notable since the stage direction for Haas reads, "Haas grabs Chaucer out of the air in both hands as if he was grabbing a person by the face. (Think 'Mafia boss yelling at his subordinates.')" Saying no to someone who's acting like a Mafia don and who is large enough to throw you across the room takes some guts. Or circuits, in Chaucer's case.

In other news, I was asked to provide a few guest comics for the webcomic Scribs. The theme was Halloween, which I ignored quite blithely and instead turned in a page which broke every rule of the comic. My first guest comic will be here once it scrolls off the site's front page in a few days.

I have zero artistic talent, which I believe shows through. Although I do apparently sling a mean mouse with Windows Paint. (In this case, "mean" connotes "average.")

(Mark sez:)

Your Artist: Mark Sachs Dood, I don't think they got your email. :-(