*** Quick Update 4/2/2011 ***
In case you feel like you may have missed something, or just want the complete collection, I’ve added a link to the LunaTECH Fringe Graphic Novel over on the right side – you can order it at amazon.com
One gadget to rule them all. It’s not that I don’t like technology products, but I don’t feel like I need more. But I’ll probably get the next one that comes out.
Well, I’m stopping the strip for now. In the same way that Dave Sim’s Cerebus comic series numbered 300 issues and Frank Miller’s 300 was titled with the number 300, so, too, can I now reference the number 300 with regard to my work.
I’m planning a book collection and I’ll update this post when I have info. Thanks for reading. Ward.
When we’re all carrying wi-fi enabled nanotech viruses that tap an optic nerve feed to create a realtime augmented reality which we interact with through a series of voice commands and gestures, it’ll be difficult to get away from your work and/or social network, not to mention the advertising banners.
Next strip, #300 will mark the beginning of an extended break – i.e. #300 will be the last strip… for now.
In fairness, I haven’t played either one. I like what NASA is trying to do by engaging kids in their moon mission, but that is a difficult balance to deliver – education and entertainment.
When it comes to political issues, it’s really no surprise that people rarely change their views based on the facts. It kind of explains why politics are so twisted.