Thursday, June 24, 2010
The roller coaster ride that is Ramone's life continues this week as a lawsuit is filed for defamation of character. The prosecuting attorney takes issue with the claim that skunks are better than dung beetles. Follow the new "trial of the century" at ramonecologne.thecomicseries.com
Thursday, June 17, 2010
Thursday, June 10, 2010
Oh no! Ramone has been kidnapped under cover of darkness during a power outage at The Haven! A simple case of mistaken identity leads the innocent skunk to the woods with a couple of characters who have strange plans for the "cat" they think they stole. Hmmm, those two guys look vaguely familiar...Check it out this week at ramonecologne.thecomicseries.com
Friday, June 4, 2010
Thursday, June 3, 2010
We now continue with the promised postings from the Summit City Con which I attended a few weeks ago. One of the highlights of the show was meeting Katie Cook - artist, illustrator, cartoonist, nerd. Katie has worked on some major projects (Star Wars, Fraggle Rock, Star Wars Kids, Marvel cards, etc.), and her own projects including the recent Gronk online comic are equally impressive. She is totally approachable, encouraging and friendly. This was really helpful on the panel where Katie discussed online comics, and especially welcome at her table as she gave suggestions on art, painting, etc. All the while, she painted and drew a non-stop supply of custom art cards to fulfill the requests for a line of waiting fans.
Katie's Gronk comic doesn't need my promotion, it's already a success with a growing fan-base, but I'm going to promote it anyway. Check out www.Gronkcomic.com for an absolutely great Web comic. And see Katie's site, Katiecandraw.com for her blog and updates of projects and illustrations she's working on.
I purchased a couple of mini-card paintings from Katie, and the one featured here is Katie's version of Ramone Cologne. Thanks, Katie!
Tuesday, June 1, 2010
Ramone is now also hosted at ComicSpace! You can link to the strips at comicspace.com/ramonecologne or follow this link to the gallery http://www.comicspace.com/ramonecologne/comics.php?action=gallery&comic_id=28202
Three weeks' worth of strips are currently available, and with the larger audience on ComicSpace, Ramone should expand his readership. Thanks for checking out the strip, and for your feedback, comments, and emails at ramonecologne.thecomicseries.com
So far, it has been a fun ride!