Feb.09.09 at 04:10 am
Making next week's comic just a recipe would have been kind of a gyp, so:

Soak the corn, husks still on, in a pot of water. If you can't submerge them completely, make sure the tassle side is down. Let them soak for 15 to 20 minutes.

While you're waiting, get the grill hot. You'll have to start sooner than this if you're using a charcoal grill, but if you're using a gas grill, just crank it to medium-high.

Once the corn is soaked, throw it on the grill, turning occasionally.

Keep them on, turning occasionally, for about half an hour. The husks will burn, but don't worry. The water will steam the corn inside the husk perfectly.

For best results, buy your corn from a man selling it along the side of the road from back of a pickup truck.
Feb.09.09 at 03:45 am
I'm already getting feedback from people. I'm quite happy that the books are getting out so fast and that their owners are quite happy with them. Makes the work put into the buggers worth it. Thank you.

ALSO! We'll be hanging out in SF this weekend for a convention called AoD. We'll be loafing about chatting and such. But as a note, if you can't get my gaze to break from my psp, it's not because I loath humanity and resent you for approaching me. It's just that I'm really enjoying this Phantasy Star demo.
Feb.02.09 at 05:20 am
I'm a little embarrassed that at least one grammatical error got by me in the proof stage.

There's also some shot glasses and knit beanies up, should your tastes run that way.
Feb.02.09 at 04:37 am

If you can't tell, by the big old banner above, I'm excited to say that my art book is finally on sale at our shop. I really hope it's well received as it will give me reason to make more books like this. I finished it last October but due to complications it hasn't been available till now.

I broke the book up by characters and themes, so you'll find a lot of content on characters such as Malakym and Risu. Good news if you like cat girls and ninjas. I also tried to include as much concept and rough art as I could so that you not only see the stuff from our old works but the skeleton work that went in to making them, as well.

The works go from as early as year one Mac Hall to comics not three months ago. So it really stretches the gambit. There's even some of my concept art from Whirled in there. I worked rather hard on getting this book together, given it my first attempt at such a thing. If you you get a hold of one, let me know what you think.

There's also a few other new things in the store, so take a look. If you enjoy our work, the best way to support us is just a click through that store banner.

Dec.09.08 at 04:50 am
Topatoco has gift certificates up and running. Good for last minute gifts, you know?

Theoretically the giftee could spend it on our stuff, but every time we load up the pages of Topatoco's other clients, we just groan and go "Those guys are kicking our asses.
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