So it’s been a little while since I posted. On the road with Irata & generally having a good time which has led to this:
I am willing to pay $2 to any band (up to the first 100) covering this song in any style:
A few days ago this article went up about what I’m doing right with comics & it has a ton of photos. In related news, the same dude all so posted these reviews of my comics. In other related news, I laid out, printed, assembled, & shipped (to subscribers) three new comics – still need to make the digital versions for digital subscribers & I hope to do that soonish.
As I assume a lot of you know, Lou Reed died a couple weeks ago. So there has been a bit of a resurgence about him lately & Jon DeRosa (Aarktica) suggested Remora cover this song & maybe I will.
Also Azalia Snail wrote this song in tribute to him with her new project LoveyDove.
Since I’m posting a bunch of videos, here’s a newish one from Plumerai:
I’ve been smart enough to act docile & domesticated enough that I’m in a work camp that is not only survivable, but not much worse than the feeling of oppression I had before the aliens came. I steal a weapon & sneakily & on the sly kill the masters & collaborators one at a time over a series of days until one day I get up & I’m left all alone in the camp. In one of the abandoned houses I find a digital camera that has photos on it of an old friend. Did I kill him? I can’t even be sure anymore. What have I done?
I wake up & I’m trying to work my phone, but I can’t figure it out. When I wipe my bleary eyes clear, it’s not my phone at all – it’s a Nintendo DS.
I’m at a dude’s house after a show & he says, “Do you want to see something cool?” He pulls out a 16-inch vinyl record & tells me it’s a super rare failed oversize format from the 1940s.
I’m walking home drunk & the sun is rising. I’m so tired & exhausted that I get on my hands & knees & start crawling. As it turns into morning joggers start to go by me, jumping over me & forcing me off the sidewalk. I look up & recognize one of the runners as my father.