Page 191 – Down Under

With apologies to Matt, who requested in the comments last week “On behalf of all Aussies, please please please don’t draw us as the stereotypical, crocodile Dundee version that is so prolific in America.”  First I had already drawn this page when he made this request, and I am drawing Australians as Malachai perceives them through pop culture, not as they really are, and in his mind they all own boomerangs and are good fighters. Not such a bad stereotype as far as stereotypes go.  When I was 17 I worked two jobs (a day job and a night job) to save up and go to Australia and New Zealand.  It was awesome.  I really want to go back.  I’ve been hoping some Comic Convention in Australia would invite me out at some point, but so far no luck.


Well, I don’t push Kickstarters usually unless they are from friends of mine, but I wanted to give this one a boost out of pure fanboy love of the 90’s beat’em up style video game.  I still have a dream that Axe Cop will be made into this kind of game.  River City Ransom is one of the greats, and this sequel looks amazing.

I think that it is also worth mentioning that there are some really awesome t-shirt designs up at MightyFine.  See you Thursday (unless you are a Bearmageddon reader, see you tomorrow!).

[EDIT, 9:28PM EDT: Fixed! No more Vince Vaughn (money!), now it’s Marx Brothers (monkeys). -Doug]

Page 188 – Water and Power

Well I am no longer 32.  32 was probably the best age I have been yet.  Don’t listen to people who say it is all downhill from 30.  People who say that lived a very shallow life.  I feel like my life is only getting started.  I guess I am one of those people who looks forward to being an old man, so maybe I’m just not normal.


I’m not sure if you saw these yet, but is making some awesome Axe Cop shirts:



Well, I am ALMOST done with all the content for Axe Cop vol. 5.  Just a few Ask Axe Cops to go and I will have 100 of them.  That’s right, I have not posted them yet, but we have reached 100 Ask Axe Cop episodes.  You will get to read those after this story concludes.


Thanks for reading!