The 19th “Kevin & Kell” collection “MOUSCAR” is now on sale here! Meanwhile, the 2013 strip collections are still available, both from Lulu and now on Amazon. “Kevin & Kell’s” “Predator Camp” is here. “Freshly Dethany” features the entire “On the Fastrack” year of 2010, when our favorite Goth joined the strip. (The book replaces “Dethany, the Corporate Goth” which is now permanently out of print.) The title of the new “Safe Havens” book is “Viva Safe Havens.” Don’t forget that the 2009 “Fastrack” and “Safe Havens” collections are also available.
I’ll only be attending one other con in 2014: Dragoncon in Atlanta on the weekend of Labor Day. See you in the Artists Alley!
At a formal awards banquet last month in San Diego, Lenore and I got to meet Weird Al Yankovic!
Get daily commentary on each Fastrack strip from Dethany herself!
Also, you can visit Fistula Breech’s own FB page here.
We have a new feature on the Fastrack site; fan art of Dethany. The first three pieces are by Laura Papera Monticelli, Wapsi Square’s Paul Taylor, and Greg Cravens of The Buckets and Hubris. They’re all fantastic artists, and I’m honored!
On the Fastrack is 30 years old!
Celebrate thirty years of office technology frustration with the cast of Fastrack. You’re invited to attend the party here.
2014 Kevin & Kell patron program
The 2014 “Kevin & Kell” patron program, which supports all three of my strips, is now active. Every year I do a special parody print for those who contribute at the Light Herbivore Salad level and above, and for 2014 I’m featuring eleven “K&K” cast members as the eleven incarnations of Dr. Who. On the villain side, R.L. is a Dalek and Angelique is a Weeping Angel.
Tall Tale Radio interview
I was interviewed by Tom Racine for Tall Tale Radio, which is posted here. Please listen in, and there are other excellent cartoonists in the archives.
Dethany in Virtu/Noir
I’m creating an interactive app featuring Dethany of “On the Fastrack” as she adopts a 1940s private eye persona and solves a crime in cyberspace. It will be called “Dethany in Virtu/Noir” and readers will be able to make choices determining the direction of the plot. You can watch its development on its Tumblr blog.