Archive for November, 2010

Who Am i

Posted in Isabald Monteclaire, Uncategorized on November 7, 2010 by applecorecomics

Some may call me “religiously minded.”  I don’t mind, religiously.  But I do take offense when someone calls me anything but an Atheist.  And what is an Atheist?  Shouldn’t it be the default, when you think about it?

I’m attending the BYOA (Bring Your Own Art) and want to sell zines again.  I’ve gotten the prologue done, and that should be enough, but I really want people to read the entire prologue and Chapter 1 of Gold and Blue and Gray before they decide if they like it or hate it.

Thirty years ago I met a man on the corner of a street called Desire.  He told me something I’ll never forget:

So the event is Dec. 4th, and today is November 7th.

“After 80 years of reptiles, at last we’ve found a way to mate with them.”

I have about 18 pages of Chapter one to redo.  If I do six a week, I should have enough time to get them done and made into zines for the thing.  I probably won’t have time to update this blog and website every day, but they’ll be updated several times a week. 



Foastrian, Chronologically Timed

Posted in Isabald Monteclaire, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on November 2, 2010 by applecorecomics

Ordinarily, I’d be having my tube socks waxed this time of year.  Instead, because of this economy, I’m eating egg substitute.  Why is it egg substitute if it’s got egg in it?  That’s something Gloria would have asked.  He was a vegan, near the end.  I never understood it.  But he always insisted it made sense and would try to explain to people (only people who asked) but I doubt he changed any minds.  What a guy.  Oh god, what I have I done?

All of the prologue has been redone.  And it’s up instead of the old stuff.  I’ve changed the “Latest Comic Link” under the “Gold and Blue and Gray option” in the “AppleCore” from the “Main Menu of”  Now, if you were a fan of the originals don’t panic.  Actually, maybe you should panic.  I replaced all of the original files.  I have the original drawings, but they aren’t getting the best of care because frankly I don’t care about them.

I do have buttloads of unsold zines of the originals.  Tell you what.  If you, a couple years from now, are a huge fan and want the originals (which will be worth so much by then) then you can order the completed book early and get neat extras, such as the original zines of the crappier versions of the prologue and part of chapter one.

I’ll be at the BYOA (bring your own art) in Spartanburg, SC, in November.  I don’t have an exact date at the moment, but I’ll be printing up new zines for it and probably doing more silly portraits (of you in your circle of Hell of choice).  Stay tuned to hear more.