This episode ties into the end of Axe Cop Gets Married. He is able to look at a baby and determine if it is a boy or a girl using these same powers. The bottom left panel is the closest thing to something sexual we have had in the Axe Cop comic. It’s also just really weird seeing him with no mustache. I feel like we have slowly been peeling away the mysteries of Axe Cop’s head in Ask Axe Cop. We took his hat off, we shaved his mustache… all that is left is to see his actual eyes. Maybe some day.
Just a reminder that next Tuesday, Axe Cop: Revenge on Rainbow Girl begins. Check out the interview with artist Tom Martin I posted last Tuesday and the preview art we posted.
Saturday night, one of my favorite Axe Cop episodes is airing on FOX. When Night Creatures Attack. I think I actually like it better than the Halloween episode it is based on. I like the design of the night creatures. They remind me a of a combination of the Attack the Block creatures and Sam Keith’s “Isz”.
We are so close to the end it’s crazy! Next week I post the last page!
I think some of you thought Axe Cop would not actually get married in this story. I think some of you are worried that Axe Cop being married will ruin him. I think you’re wrong, but only time will tell. Axe Cop is always funnier when he has a more sensible, responsible adult type character to keep him in check. I think him having a wife is going to be great. And now he also has a baby, named Sam.
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So, see you next week when it all ends!
This page was a project. Most of you, if you requested to be drawn “at the wedding” are in this picture. A few people were in previous pages. Thanks again to everyone who helped me pull that off!
So, I’m sure it is obvious this story is almost over. What’s next? Well, I’ve got plans. I will be focusing on the next Dark Horse miniseries “The American Choppers” next, which will be print-only. But I have two things to keep you busy for at least the next 22 or so weeks after this story ends, and possibly I take a short break between “seasons”.
First, I have drawn Ask Axe Cop #100, but I have only posted up to #86, so I have 14 of those to post. I will post one per week after this story ends.
Also, Tom Martin and his niece Charlotte proved themselves to be a great team on guest episodes, so we have decided to team up and let them do a full-length guest story. If you need a refresher, here is one of the comics they did for us. More on this project later!
And, as I have said, new episodes on FOX start Nov. 2!
Malachai and I are currently writing the new story and it’s awesome! I’m excited to draw the insane stuff he’s coming up with. We have created so much together I often forger how fun it is until I do it again. Thanks for reading Axe Cop and making it possible for me to have such a cool job.
Truly, this has become a family affair. They are going to have quite a story to tell about their wedding day, I tell ya! I remember my main thought drawing this scene was “Yes! please, kill Cauber Helen so I don’t have to draw it ever again!!!”.
Want some good news? New episodes of Axe Cop are set to air on FOX starting Nov. 2. That is less than a month away! I’ve seen a few of them already and I can assure you they are awesome. The night creatures episode in particular is really well done.
That’s all I have to report right now. Thanks for reading!
The battle continues, and family tag-team metamorphosis does as well. Nothing quite like a dog, double-monkey-bat, t-rex axe cop. I don’t even know what to call him at this point.
I’m excited that River City Ransom: Underground funded. There is still under 24 hours left to help them reach stretch goals. One thing I know about video games on KickStarter is that their finding goal is usually a bare minimum, so any added funding will expand the horizons of the game.
Well, my 3 year old step son Ezra is hanging out with me right now and asking me a ton of questions as I try to type this. We just made a robot coloring book. As he was coloring he said, “Ethan, life is hard. Life is hard ’cause when you color you get out of the lines.” I’m going to go ahead and end this blog entry now so I can soak up more deep thoughts. Thanks for reading!