…but you’ll have to decide which is which.
There’s a ten minute video interview with me, conducted by Matt Price at the Daily Oklahoman. Healthcare reform, unemployment figures, Michelle Bachmann…we didn’t cover any of those things. It’s all about the origins of Lovecraft is Missing.
Uh, I guess a contest is indeed too geeky an idea, since I didn’t get a single comment for or against. Glad I asked! But it had two purposes, to promote the cominc and to try and give a little back to you folks. I’ll keep looking for other ideas. I have about two dozen desktops in the works; some will be trashed but I hope to get the best of them up for a free download this month.
It’s a new month! Pleaase vote for LIM at Top Web Comics (button on the right). You can vote every day, it’s legal. We didn’t break the top 100 last month, though we have gotten as high as 42 in the past. There are no prizes, a higher ranking just helps LIM get noticed by more people. I appreciate it.
Follow me on Twitter @Munsford. And there’s a Lovecraft is Missing Facebook page, but I am still trying to find the time to really get it going. There is a bit of art up, showing the various stages of a couple of panels, from rough to color.
And finally, an Extra Bonus Short and Sweet Non-Lovecraftian Movie Review:
May (2002), written and directed by Lucky McKee and starring Angela Bettis, is a near-miss of a movie, done in by slightly unfocused writing and direction by McKee. It’s a terrific idea, but the movie lurches from campy to tedious to really creepy, diluting the overall effect. Bettis is a talented actress who is is so sweetly disturbing that she manages to bring real poignancy to the macabre ending. McKee is likewise talented, and with a bit more seasoning, he will be a film-maker to watch. Since I just heard of this movie for the first time last week, I haven’t gotten around to see what either has done since, but I’m definitely interested.