Valerie Kaplan (shinyhappygoth) says:
Oh, the Victorian Artie sketch wasn't my Kickstarter sketch! Mine was ANTONIO SMITH, FORENSIC LINGUIST rope-swinging. The Artie sketch was one of the samples posted on whichever Sunday that was.
Not a lot of difference between the full-colour and sepia versions on this one. Also, hats are hard.
So It Begins (soitbegins) says: Oh my. Well, you started again— with Skin Horse!
Leon Arnott (l) says: I remember a time when the events described in this missive were in the future... but just barely.
Kay Gilbert (kaygilbert) says:
This strip convinced me that you really wanted to be shut of the Narbonic universe, so I couldn't understand why people kept trying to make Skin Horse an extension of Narbonic. Until it was. I now have the original of that positively tectonic first crossover strip with Artie, and it's one of my proudest possessions. Some day it will be in a museum with a plaque saying "From the collection of Kay Miranda Gilbert."
Edwin Quantrall (reynard) says:
@ Kay: Who knows? Maybe it'll be the first piece housed in the Shaenon K. Garrity wing of The Museum of Cartoon and Comic Art... (Which would be *JUST F**KING AWESOME!!!*)
Shaenon Garrity (shaenongarrity) says:
No, I'd always loved Narbonic! It just had an ending. And I did need a break after six years of drawing it. That was one of my major reasons for tricking Jeff into co-writing Skin Horse with me; after Narbonic, I said I'd never do another daily webstrip unless I could get someone to help. Log In or Register to post a comment! It's free!
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