Rooted in Tragedy

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I love seeing how Malachai pulls from familiar story concepts and makes them his own.  In this case, we have another tragic event that created a hero.  Of course you don't know how yet, but you know that Army Chihuahua had a friend named Sergeant T, and he died.


I will be somewhat off the radar for the next week or so, but do not worry, you will still get next week's episode.  I will be traveling back up to Washington for a month with Malachai coming up with more craziness. 


More news… April 6th Bad Guy Earth #2 comes out.  For those of you who did not get Bad Guy Earth #1… it's sold out.  If you see it on a shelf, that is the last of it.  My understanding is that there won't be a reprint of it, so if you missed it, you'll have to wait for the trade.  I can't wait for you guys to read the rest of the story, I really think each issue gets better.


Here is something awesome.  Axe Cop is now at StickerYou!  Go to that link and either pick a ready made sticker sheet from the bottom of the page, or click “make stickers” and make your own custom sheet of stickers using various Axe Cop images.  You can size it, and even color it and add lettering to it in some cases.  The stickers are nice high quality full color vinyl.


Also, Axe Cop fan, Bob Harris made a custom Axe Cop minimate.  As I have said in the past, the great thing about Axe Cop fans is that even though no major video game, movie or toy companies have acted on making any Axe Cop stuff, they just make their own.



Hopefully I will have some fun updates for while I am visiting with Malachai.  I also hope to start bumping episode release up to two a week soon if I get enough content.  Thanks for joining in the fun.




PS  You will notice that we now have the blogs under the episodes to keep everything together.  We used to have them separate so that there were comments on the episode and on the blog separately.  We have made it so that the comments below the blog are for the episode and the blog.  Hopefully it's not too confusing, the goal, after all, is to make it less confusing.

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