Tears of a Bat Warthog

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At the time I am writing this blog, it is actually the last night I will be spending during this month-long stay with my family in Washington working on more material with Malachai.  I'm exhausted, but at the same time I know how much I am going to miss having them all so close and easy to access, especially Malachai, only because over these month-long writing sessions we become pretty inseparable, and even though the breathing room is appreciated the bond doesn't let up easy and I know I'll get home and get the Malachai blues. 

 

What I love about today's episode is how it is another one of those “well, duh” type of moments where it only makes sense that if a bad guy steals a bunch of good guys he will kill them off pretty quick.  We are pretty used to bad guys tying them up or locking them away and walking around announcing all their cruel plans, taking their sweet time and giving the good guys amply time to travel through space, find them, and kill them and save their friends.  Not in Axe Cop.  Axe Cop is real life.  You get caught by the bad guys, they eat you.  Immediately.

 

Well, I am writing this so close to my last update (the new Ask Axe Cop episode, check it out if you missed it, it went up Thursday) that I don't have much else to say, plus I am pretty wiped out at the moment.  Enjoy the episode and i look forward to turning all the stuff we came up with this month into more insane material.  Also, Bad Guy Earth #3 comes out, I THINK on may 4th.  It's my favorite of the three.  Malachai thinks mainly in finales, so in a 3 act structure (which is what I attempted to turn his story into with Bad Guy Earth) the third act is the act he is most often in when he is spouting off stories to me.  I can't wait for you to read it!  Oh yeah, and I'll be in Anaheim at Wizard World on the 29-31 so come see me!

 

Ethan

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