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Episode 29: “Shaken, Not Churned”

Over the weekend, we learned about the death of legendary cartoonist Bernie Wrightson. There’s nothing I can add to the beautiful remembrances shared online by his many friends and collaborators. I encourage you to spend some time with his work this week. It’s as lush and intricate as any cartoon art ever made. As a nod to his work, I scrapped the art for the first panel and – as our hero is in a tavern – I added three of Mr. Wrightson’s famous characters raising a pint.

This coming weekend, I’ll be a guest of the South Carolina Comicon. If you’re in the Greenville, South Carolina area this weekend, come by and say, “Hail, and Well Met.”

Thanks for reading and sharing!

— Steve @theSteveConley

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  1. SwampThing, (with a twig in his drink,) what looks like Superman, (but I don’t recognize the uniform, double breasted military with shoulder patches,) and the third guy I don’t recognize, (the arms look pretty vital for a zombie.)

  2. Mike, Tom, you both got one. It’s Swamp Thing, Captain Sternn (seen in the Heavy Metal movie) and Frankenstein’s Monster. All three were amazingly drawn by Bernie Wrightson.

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