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I'm about to release a trilogy
of science fiction novels over
Come check it out.
Yes, I'm Still Alive
Just in case anybody is reading
this, yes, I'm still alive. I'm
working on a CD at Silicon Valley Records.
I keep meaning to start drawing
this strip again. We'll see.
I at least plan to do a handful
of follow-up strips to close off
the dangling plot lines, but
that will have to wait until
the CD project is finished.
So little time....
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