... and so here we go again. Not being home in the studio is not going to stop me making this post. No, not indeed! SCIENCE IS GOOD!
So, it's Friday with a new 30 MILES OF CRAZY! (#33). First one with some sort of COLOR as well! This week: BLUCIFER!! .... or "Yes, Virginia, There IS a Giant Demonic Horse statue outside of the Airport."
Yes.. this is a real thing and the subject of some controversy here in Denver ("Do we REALLY want people to see a giant Hellhorse with glowing red eyes as the last thing people see in Denver before they fly away?") 'El Mesteno' (or 'The Blue Mustang') was the creation of sculptor Luis Jimenez and is another cog in the endless conspiracy theories surrounding Denver International Airport (D.I.A.) (there's another comic strip just about them. I bet the Lizard people love Blucifer, taking him out riding at night... cause why not?)
It's Friday! A new 30 MILES OF CRAZY! (#30) Part 6 (of 6) of 'On the Road: Boston!' This week: 'A Walk Through Boston'... or THE HOUSE OF PERSEVERANCE
So, this is it. The last installment (for now) of 30 MILES OF CRAZY!: On the Road. In doing the last installment of this particular city, a look at some of the sites of the city that I still call my home. It's just don't live there anymore.
It's Friday! A new 30 MILES OF CRAZY! (#29) Part 5 (of 6) of 'On the Road: Boston!' This week: 'The Right Thing!'... or CENTRAL SQUARE IS FOR LOVERS (AGAIN)!
For one more week, we are still on the road in Boston. This is yet another true-ish story about a certain young lady from Colorado (though this story is utterly true), her trips to the East, and her experiences in The Hub, centering around Massachusetts Ave and (this week) an event that happened during our most recent visit at one of my favorite bars in Cambridge along that historic avenue (a great center of neighborhood character in a rapidly gentrifying area.)
Originally from Philadelphia and Boston (where he picked up the annoying habit of using "wicked" as an adjective), Karl Christian is the writer/artist of such comics as 'Angst Boy Comics', 'Sturm und Drang', 'Schadenfreude', as well as 'Byron' for SLG Publishing and other comical tragedies and drunken accounts for Modern Drunkard Magazine. Karl now lives in Denver, CO with a large collection of tiki mugs and a pair of cats that stalk him for food. He also hates writing about himself in the third person. It's creepy.