Modest Medusa 466: Crimes
- Denny Reese posted a nice little review of Modest Medusa over at Indie Comic Review. It includes a bit about how “Her lack of knowledge about the human world leads her to unknowingly commit crime” , which I thought was pretty funny. It inspired the title for today’s strip.
–– My next monthly Patreon live draw thing will be happening this coming Saturday. I’ll be posting the time and link with the Friday update. Remember, you don’t have to be a Patreon backer to check these things out. Come and hang out for a few hours and chat while I draw. Of course, if you want to become a Patreon backer you can check out my page here. I always appreciate the support!
More Modest Medusa art gifts!
My half of an art trade with Wifom, who was my booth neighbor at the Retro Gaming Expo last weekend.
Modest Medusa 465: Hunger
The Portland Retro Game Expos was weird but fun. I’ll definitely go again next time! I managed to not buy tons of old games. in fact, except for a t-shirt I got out without buying anything at all!
Here’s some sketches I did while I was at the Retro Gaming Expo this weekend. I’ve been thinking about doing a short X-Men comic set in 1989 after the team faked their death’s and were living in the Australian outback. I really like this group of characters a lot, and that grungy era of X-men when they were just drinking, playing baseball and hanging out in an dirty old super villain base was my favorite.
Modest Medusa 464: Dad
I’ll be at the Retro Gaming Expo in Portland this weekend, selling absolutely nothing related to video games at all. I think that 6 months ago when I signed up for the event I had some plan to do video game themed prints or something, but I never got around to it.
My friend Sophia (who you may remember from this strip) had the first issue of her new comic Blinko at the con, and I got a copy as well as a drawing of Blinko and Medusa in a Chocodile fight. Anyway, the comic is pretty great, and you should get a copy if you can (I have no idea how).
GeekGirlCon was pretty great. The artist alley was low key but busy all weekend and my artist neighbors were all really nice. I got to see several friends and meet several of you for the first time.
Tuesday “Ask Modest Medusa!”
The first batch of “Ask Modest Medusa”! I’ve gotten like 50 questions so far. I may not be able to get to them all!