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#820: Moving On

June 28, 2013

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #815: Intellectual Sloth; #817: Here I Come to Save the Day; #818: We Need to Talk; #819: What Can I Call My Own

And that’s it for this arc.

This strip’s title is simple enough, but it’s from a track off of Nick Cave and Warren Ellis’s soundtrack to Andrew Dominik’s The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford. (It’s a wonderful score to a really solid movie, by the way. Or at least, I think so. Some people find it much too slow-paced.)

You’ll have to wait a little longer to see what or where Melissa is “moving on” to, but I’ll say this much: she is not leaving the strip. In fact, her role in Book Seven is just beginning.


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The Sessions: Voice Acting in Anime and Video Games

Thursday, February 11, 2016

This flyer design (including the illustrations, obviously) was a quick freelance project created for Chris Rager, the (English dub) voice of Hercule in Dragon Ball Z and Torgue in Borderlands 2 — a.k.a. the two characters shown here, if you’re unfamiliar with them. He’s starting up a class on voice acting next month and wanted something eye-catching to help promote it.

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I met Chris at a convention a year or two ago (that’s why he called me to do this!), and he’s a blast, so if you’re in the Plano, Texas, area and interested, definitely look into this course. The first class runs from March 15th–April 5th, Tuesday evenings from 7–10 pm. (Four classes for three hours each class.)

I don’t know any more details, so just read the flyer!

If nothing else, I thought you guys might like the illustration.

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