This week, we’re picking up on a totally different plot thread from last week. Instead of following Shawn and Nick, we’re rejoining Pete and FuturePete, who were last seen in Time Log #27. Our heroes have been kidnapped by the FutureNazis for reasons currently unknown!!!
|Time Log #33||Time Log #34
|Time Log #35|
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If you’re confused, that’s okay. We want you to be a little disoriented! The banjo player and raggedy transcriber are none other than Ned and Stephen Foster, two important characters from the very first Time Log story.
[Didn’t read it? Catch up with #0 or pick up your own copy of the Time Log one-shot from Amazon or DriveThruComics… or you can email me about purchasing a copy of the AudioShocker Comics Archives v1 comic card!]
Granted, I’ve received feedback from many confused friends that they prefer to read Time Log as one big chunk rather than week-by-week. If you feel the same way, then you’ll be happy to know that ACT II is almost complete! Time Log #37 will be the last installment in the second act. When I post that strip in a few weeks, I’ll also make sure to post links to the collected ACT II on Facebook and Flickr.
In the meantime, it would be AWESOME if you could take a few moments out of your busy day to vote for Time Log on TopWebComics.com. We’re languishing in lower rankings right now, and we could use your help to give us a boost. THX!!!
Before I close out the Time Log festivities for the week, I’d like to share a little something with you:
That’s the art of today’s comic mashed up with a snippet of dialogue from Time Log #32. Time Log is composed in Photoshop, but I letter it in Illustrator. And to keep my lettering consistent, I normally copy an older TL lettering file and then plug in the new text and reshape the old balloons.
Often, when I’m using an older letters file to make a new one, the past dialogue lines up nicely with the new art, and it creates a totally different comic. I’ll keep an eye out for any really hilarious combinations of old text/new art in the future and share them with you as I find them.