The End #2 is now available on IndyPlanet Digital:

http://www.indyplanet.com/front/?product=104997

The price is currently $3.50 for a physical comic. I am going to try and lower that to $2.99.

The End #4 is at the printers, awaiting final adjustments. Here is a preview of the first story in Issue #4, which follows a shy and reclusive individual as she reflects on her life up to this point, and whether or not there is any hope left in this world to keep on living.

First, here are the original sketches of the character throughout her life by artist Tina Lee.


Clara Sketches by thescarletspider on deviantART

And now, here is one of the early pages in the story, to give you the idea of the set-up. Remember to bring your tissues when you read the actual issue.

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Oh wow, I totally uploaded an early version, as you can still see the plates through people’s bodies because the layers haven’t been removed yet.

The End #1 is now available on Comixology (http://cmxl.gy/1nciYlh).

If the world was going to end in seven days, how would you spend your last week alive? This is the question everyone must answer in my anthology series which examines how different people react to the coming end of their world.

Issue one is illustrated by Stefano Cardoselli and Brad Bowersox. d – Charley Wymer worked a boring office job most of his life, and now he seeks to make up for lost time, by killing as many people as possible. With the world’s rules no longer relevant, the mind’s moral fabric unravels. Meanwhile, in our 2nd story, one man seeks redemption for his past, but is he already too late to make a difference?

The End is currently going through a Kickstarter as well. Check it out: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1945380719/the-end-4-and-5

Monster Party is a very unusual video game for the time. It features blood and gore on a Nintendo game, but then mixes that with crazy and comedic bosses. And I played this as my 2nd video game at my friends house when I was 7. Watch the video below to learn more about it.

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This month’s episode is about the best-selling children’s book series, Bunnicula: A Rabbit Tale of Mystery. I read a few excerpts from the book and show you how Bunnicula spun into many different series. Also, I’ll look at the cartoon and show you just how vastly different it is from the original book.  Plus, did you know it’s been made into many different stage plays?

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I am resuming the Inside The Box series for 2012. This year I am going to finish this and other projects that I started but was never able to finish. So, every month will be a Murphy’s Media Memories, followed by an Episode (or 2) of Inside The Box every week.


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