July 22, 2014

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MOUSCAR

The 19th “Kevin & Kell” collection “MOUSCAR” is now on sale here! Meanwhile, the 2013 strip collections are still available, both from Lulu and now on Amazon. “Kevin & Kell’s” “Predator Camp” is here. “Freshly Dethany” features the entire “On the Fastrack” year of 2010, when our favorite Goth joined the strip. (The book replaces “Dethany, the Corporate Goth” which is now permanently out of print.) The title of the new “Safe Havens” book is “Viva Safe Havens.” Don’t forget that the 2009 “Fastrack” and “Safe Havens” collections are also available.

Dragoncon

I’ll only be attending one other con in 2014: Dragoncon in Atlanta on the weekend of Labor Day. See you in the Artists Alley!

Weird Al!

At a formal awards banquet last month in San Diego, Lenore and I got to meet Weird Al Yankovic!

Get daily commentary on each Fastrack strip from Dethany herself!
Also, you can visit Fistula Breech’s own FB page here.

Fan art

We have a new feature on the Fastrack site; fan art of Dethany. The first three pieces are by Laura Papera Monticelli, Wapsi Square’s Paul Taylor, and Greg Cravens of The Buckets and Hubris. They’re all fantastic artists, and I’m honored!

On the Fastrack is 30 years old!

Celebrate thirty years of office technology frustration with the cast of Fastrack. You’re invited to attend the party here. :)

2014 Kevin & Kell patron program

The 2014 “Kevin & Kell” patron program, which supports all three of my strips, is now active. Every year I do a special parody print for those who contribute at the Light Herbivore Salad level and above, and for 2014 I’m featuring eleven “K&K” cast members as the eleven incarnations of Dr. Who. On the villain side, R.L. is a Dalek and Angelique is a Weeping Angel.

Tall Tale Radio interview

I was interviewed by Tom Racine for Tall Tale Radio, which is posted here. Please listen in, and there are other excellent cartoonists in the archives.

Dethany in Virtu/Noir

I’m creating an interactive app featuring Dethany of “On the Fastrack” as she adopts a 1940s private eye persona and solves a crime in cyberspace. It will be called “Dethany in Virtu/Noir” and readers will be able to make choices determining the direction of the plot. You can watch its development on its Tumblr blog.

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Fastrack Oscar selfie

Here’s what happens when Fastrack, Inc. crashes the Oscars.

2014 Appearances

My convention schedule kicks off with Emerald City Con in Seattle on March 28-30. I’ll be sharing Booth 407 with Shaenon Garrity and Jeffrey Wells of Skin Horse. I’m also honored to be on a panel covering the history of webcomics with Shaenon, Phil Foglio and Brad Guigar. It will be on Friday, March 28, 4:20pm, Hall C, (Rooms 610).

I’m confirmed for my annual Anthrocon visit over the Fourth of July weekend, and my table in the dealer’s room will be right in front of the entrance at the end of row M/N. I’ll debut the 2012 collection of “Kevin & Kell” strips entitled “MOUSCAR.”

Freshly Dethany, Viva Safe Havens and Predator Camp

The current books available from Pencil Rough Productions are two new “Fastrack” and “Safe Havens” collections, and last summer’s “Kevin & Kell” annual. The “Fastrack” book is entitled “Freshly Dethany” and features the entire “On the Fastrack” year of 2010, when our favorite Goth joined the strip. (The book replaces “Dethany, the Corporate Goth” which is now permanently out of print.) The “Safe Havens” book also contains the calendar year of 2010, which was dominated by the cast’s epochal summer in Las Vegas. Its title is “Viva Safe Havens.” Don’t forget that the 2009 “Fastrack” and “Safe Havens” collections are also available.
“Kevin & Kell’s” collection here is on sale here. The book contains every strip from the calendar year of 2011, plus the running commentary provided by Lindesfarne’s Blog as she adds background details to each story. Stephanie Gladden of “Girls of Monster Paradise” has graciously agreed to write the foreword.

Get daily commentary on each Fastrack strip from Dethany herself!
Also, you can visit Fistula Breech’s own FB page here.

Fan art

We have a new feature on the Fastrack site; fan art of Dethany. The first three pieces are by Laura Papera Monticelli, Wapsi Square’s Paul Taylor, and Greg Cravens of The Buckets and Hubris. They’re all fantastic artists, and I’m honored!

2014 Kevin & Kell patron program

The 2014 “Kevin & Kell” patron program, which supports all three of my strips, is now active. Every year I do a special parody print for those who contribute at the Light Herbivore Salad level and above, and for 2014 I’m featuring eleven “K&K” cast members as the eleven incarnations of Dr. Who. On the villain side, R.L. is a Dalek and Angelique is a Weeping Angel.

Tall Tale Radio interview

I was interviewed by Tom Racine for Tall Tale Radio, which is posted here. Please listen in, and there are other excellent cartoonists in the archives.

Dethany in Virtu/Noir

I’m creating an interactive app featuring Dethany of “On the Fastrack” as she adopts a 1940s private eye persona and solves a crime in cyberspace. It will be called “Dethany in Virtu/Noir” and readers will be able to make choices determining the direction of the plot. You can watch its development on its Tumblr blog.

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2014 Appearances

My convention schedule kicks off with Emerald City Con in Seattle on March 28-30. I’ll be sharing a booth with Shaenon Garrity and Jeffrey Wells of Skin Horse. I’m also honored to be on a panel covering the history of webcomics with Shaenon, Phil Foglio and Brad Guigar.

I’m confirmed for my annual Anthrocon visit over the Fourth of July weekend, and my table in the dealer’s room will be right in front of the entrance at the end of row M/N. I’ll debut the 2012 collection of “Kevin & Kell” strips entitled “MOUSCAR.”

Freshly Dethany, Viva Safe Havens and Predator Camp

The current books available from Pencil Rough Productions are two new “Fastrack” and “Safe Havens” collections, and last summer’s “Kevin & Kell” annual. The “Fastrack” book is entitled “Freshly Dethany” and features the entire “On the Fastrack” year of 2010, when our favorite Goth joined the strip. (The book replaces “Dethany, the Corporate Goth” which is now permanently out of print.) The “Safe Havens” book also contains the calendar year of 2010, which was dominated by the cast’s epochal summer in Las Vegas. Its title is “Viva Safe Havens.” Don’t forget that the 2009 “Fastrack” and “Safe Havens” collections are also available.
“Kevin & Kell’s” collection here is on sale here. The book contains every strip from the calendar year of 2011, plus the running commentary provided by Lindesfarne’s Blog as she adds background details to each story. Stephanie Gladden of “Girls of Monster Paradise” has graciously agreed to write the foreword.

Get daily commentary on each Fastrack strip from Dethany herself!
Also, you can visit Fistula Breech’s own FB page here.

Fan art

We have a new feature on the Fastrack site; fan art of Dethany. The first three pieces are by Laura Papera Monticelli, Wapsi Square’s Paul Taylor, and Greg Cravens of The Buckets and Hubris. They’re all fantastic artists, and I’m honored!

2014 Kevin & Kell patron program

The 2014 “Kevin & Kell” patron program, which supports all three of my strips, is now active. Every year I do a special parody print for those who contribute at the Light Herbivore Salad level and above, and for 2014 I’m featuring eleven “K&K” cast members as the eleven incarnations of Dr. Who. On the villain side, R.L. is a Dalek and Angelique is a Weeping Angel.

Tall Tale Radio interview

I was interviewed by Tom Racine for Tall Tale Radio, which is posted here. Please listen in, and there are other excellent cartoonists in the archives.

Dethany in Virtu/Noir

I’m creating an interactive app featuring Dethany of “On the Fastrack” as she adopts a 1940s private eye persona and solves a crime in cyberspace. It will be called “Dethany in Virtu/Noir” and readers will be able to make choices determining the direction of the plot. You can watch its development on its Tumblr blog.

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Special Valentine’s Day book offer!

Lulu is offering a Valentine’s Day special of 14% off, which goes until the 14th. :) Use the product code AMOR14

Emerald City Con

My 2014 con schedule kicks off in Seattle on March 28-30. I’ll be sharing a booth with Shaenon Garrity and Jeffrey Wells of Skin Horse. I’ve also had a panel approved that covers the history of webcomics. Details as they develop!

Freshly Dethany, Viva Safe Havens and Predator Camp

The current books available from Pencil Rough Productions are two new “Fastrack” and “Safe Havens” collections, and last summer’s “Kevin & Kell” annual. The “Fastrack” book is entitled “Freshly Dethany” and features the entire “On the Fastrack” year of 2010, when our favorite Goth joined the strip. (The book replaces “Dethany, the Corporate Goth” which is now permanently out of print.) The “Safe Havens” book also contains the calendar year of 2010, which was dominated by the cast’s epochal summer in Las Vegas. Its title is “Viva Safe Havens.” Don’t forget that the 2009 “Fastrack” and “Safe Havens” collections are also available.
“Kevin & Kell’s” collection here is on sale here. The book contains every strip from the calendar year of 2011, plus the running commentary provided by Lindesfarne’s Blog as she adds background details to each story. Stephanie Gladden of “Girls of Monster Paradise” has graciously agreed to write the foreword. This summer will feature a new collection of 2012 strips with the focus on Aby and Mark’s MOUSCAR adventures.

Get daily commentary on each Fastrack strip from Dethany herself!
Also, you can visit Fistula Breech’s own FB page here.

Fan art

We have a new feature on the Fastrack site; fan art of Dethany. The first three pieces are by Laura Papera Monticelli, Wapsi Square’s Paul Taylor, and Greg Cravens of The Buckets and Hubris. They’re all fantastic artists, and I’m honored!

2014 Kevin & Kell patron program

The 2014 “Kevin & Kell” patron program, which supports all three of my strips, is now active. Every year I do a special parody print for those who contribute at the Light Herbivore Salad level and above, and for 2014 I’m featuring eleven “K&K” cast members as the eleven incarnations of Dr. Who. On the villain side, R.L. is a Dalek and Angelique is a Weeping Angel.

Tall Tale Radio interview

I was interviewed by Tom Racine for Tall Tale Radio, which is posted here. Please listen in, and there are other excellent cartoonists in the archives.

Dethany in Virtu/Noir

I’m creating an interactive app featuring Dethany of “On the Fastrack” as she adopts a 1940s private eye persona and solves a crime in cyberspace. It will be called “Dethany in Virtu/Noir” and readers will be able to make choices determining the direction of the plot. You can watch its development on its Tumblr blog.

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USA Today

A “Fastrack” strip featuring Dethany was used to illustrate a USA Today column on the positives of hiring employees outside one’s comfort zone. See it here, and the strip is at the bottom.

Emerald City Con

My 2014 con schedule kicks off in Seattle on March 28-30. I’ll be sharing a booth with Shaenon Garrity and Jeffrey Wells of Skin Horse. I’ve also had a panel approved that covers the history of webcomics. Details as they develop!

Freshly Dethany, Viva Safe Havens and Predator Camp

The current books available from Pencil Rough Productions are two new “Fastrack” and “Safe Havens” collections, and last summer’s “Kevin & Kell” annual. The “Fastrack” book is entitled “Freshly Dethany” and features the entire “On the Fastrack” year of 2010, when our favorite Goth joined the strip. (The book replaces “Dethany, the Corporate Goth” which is now permanently out of print.) The “Safe Havens” book also contains the calendar year of 2010, which was dominated by the cast’s epochal summer in Las Vegas. Its title is “Viva Safe Havens.” Don’t forget that the 2009 “Fastrack” and “Safe Havens” collections are also available.
“Kevin & Kell’s” collection here is on sale here. The book contains every strip from the calendar year of 2011, plus the running commentary provided by Lindesfarne’s Blog as she adds background details to each story. Stephanie Gladden of “Girls of Monster Paradise” has graciously agreed to write the foreword. This summer will feature a new collection of 2012 strips with the focus on Aby and Mark’s MOUSCAR adventures.

Get daily commentary on each Fastrack strip from Dethany herself!
Also, you can visit Fistula Breech’s own FB page here.

Fan art

We have a new feature on the Fastrack site; fan art of Dethany. The first three pieces are by Laura Papera Monticelli, Wapsi Square’s Paul Taylor, and Greg Cravens of The Buckets and Hubris. They’re all fantastic artists, and I’m honored!

2014 Kevin & Kell patron program

The 2014 “Kevin & Kell” patron program, which supports all three of my strips, is now active. Every year I do a special parody print for those who contribute at the Light Herbivore Salad level and above, and for 2014 I’m featuring eleven “K&K” cast members as the eleven incarnations of Dr. Who. On the villain side, R.L. is a Dalek and Angelique is a Weeping Angel.

Tall Tale Radio interview

I was interviewed by Tom Racine for Tall Tale Radio, which is posted here. Please listen in, and there are other excellent cartoonists in the archives.

Dethany in Virtu/Noir

I’m creating an interactive app featuring Dethany of “On the Fastrack” as she adopts a 1940s private eye persona and solves a crime in cyberspace. It will be called “Dethany in Virtu/Noir” and readers will be able to make choices determining the direction of the plot. You can watch its development on its Tumblr blog.

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Keep warm with Freshly Dethany, Viva Safe Havens and Predator Camp

Pencil Rough Productions features two new “Fastrack” and “Safe Havens” collections. The “Fastrack” book is entitled “Freshly Dethany” and features the entire “On the Fastrack” year of 2010, when our favorite Goth joined the strip. (The book replaces “Dethany, the Corporate Goth” which is now permanently out of print.) The “Safe Havens” book also contains the calendar year of 2010, which was dominated by the cast’s epochal summer in Las Vegas. Its title is “Viva Safe Havens.” Don’t forget that the 2009 “Fastrack” and “Safe Havens” collections are also available.
Finally, “Kevin & Kell’s” newest collection here is on sale here. The book contains every strip from the calendar year of 2011, plus the running commentary provided by Lindesfarne’s Blog as she adds background details to each story. Stephanie Gladden of “Girls of Monster Paradise” has graciously agreed to write the foreword.

Get daily commentary on each Fastrack strip from Dethany herself!
Also, you can visit Fistula Breech’s own FB page here.

Fan art

We have a new feature on the Fastrack site; fan art of Dethany. The first three pieces are by Laura Papera Monticelli, Wapsi Square’s Paul Taylor, and Greg Cravens of The Buckets and Hubris. They’re all fantastic artists, and I’m honored!

2014 Kevin & Kell patron program

The 2014 “Kevin & Kell” patron program, which supports all three of my strips, is now active. Every year I do a special parody print for those who contribute at the Light Herbivore Salad level and above, and for 2014 I’m featuring eleven “K&K” cast members as the eleven incarnations of Dr. Who. On the villain side, R.L. is a Dalek and Angelique is a Weeping Angel.

Tall Tale Radio interview

I was interviewed by Tom Racine for Tall Tale Radio, which is posted here. Please listen in, and there are other excellent cartoonists in the archives.

Dethany in Virtu/Noir

I’m creating an interactive app featuring Dethany of “On the Fastrack” as she adopts a 1940s private eye persona and solves a crime in cyberspace. It will be called “Dethany in Virtu/Noir” and readers will be able to make choices determining the direction of the plot. You can watch its development on its Tumblr blog.

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HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Freshly Dethany, Viva Safe Havens and Predator Camp

Ringing in 2014, Pencil Rough Productions features two new “Fastrack” and “Safe Havens” collections. The “Fastrack” book is entitled “Freshly Dethany” and features the entire “On the Fastrack” year of 2010, when our favorite Goth joined the strip. (The book replaces “Dethany, the Corporate Goth” which is now permanently out of print.) The “Safe Havens” book also contains the calendar year of 2010, which was dominated by the cast’s epochal summer in Las Vegas. Its title is “Viva Safe Havens.” Don’t forget that the 2009 “Fastrack” and “Safe Havens” collections are also available.
Finally, “Kevin & Kell’s” newest collection here is on sale here. The book contains every strip from the calendar year of 2011, plus the running commentary provided by Lindesfarne’s Blog as she adds background details to each story. Stephanie Gladden of “Girls of Monster Paradise” has graciously agreed to write the foreword.

Get daily commentary on each Fastrack strip from Dethany herself!
Also, you can visit Fistula Breech’s own FB page here.

Fan art

We have a new feature on the Fastrack site; fan art of Dethany. The first three pieces are by Laura Papera Monticelli, Wapsi Square’s Paul Taylor, and Greg Cravens of The Buckets and Hubris. They’re all fantastic artists, and I’m honored!

2014 Kevin & Kell patron program

The 2014 “Kevin & Kell” patron program, which supports all three of my strips, is now active. Every year I do a special parody print for those who contribute at the Light Herbivore Salad level and above, and for 2014 I’m featuring eleven “K&K” cast members as the eleven incarnations of Dr. Who. On the villain side, R.L. is a Dalek and Angelique is a Weeping Angel.

Tall Tale Radio interview

I was interviewed by Tom Racine for Tall Tale Radio, which is posted here. Please listen in, and there are other excellent cartoonists in the archives.

Dethany in Virtu/Noir

I’m creating an interactive app featuring Dethany of “On the Fastrack” as she adopts a 1940s private eye persona and solves a crime in cyberspace. It will be called “Dethany in Virtu/Noir” and readers will be able to make choices determining the direction of the plot. You can watch its development on its Tumblr blog.

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HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

Up to 30% Off!

For a limited time (and I’m not sure how limited, so act fast!) Lulu is offering 10% to 30% off for my books, depending on the size of the order.

Freshly Dethany, Viva Safe Havens and Predator Camp

Pencil Rough Productions announces that two new “Fastrack” and “Safe Havens” collections are available for the holiday gift-buying season. The “Fastrack” book is entitled “Freshly Dethany” and features the entire “On the Fastrack” year of 2010, when our favorite Goth joined the strip. (The book replaces “Dethany, the Corporate Goth” which is now permanently out of print.) The “Safe Havens” book also contains the calendar year of 2010, which was dominated by the cast’s epochal summer in Las Vegas. Its title is “Viva Safe Havens.” Don’t forget that the 2009 “Fastrack” and “Safe Havens” collections are also available.
Finally, “Kevin & Kell’s” newest collection here is on sale here. The book contains every strip from the calendar year of 2011, plus the running commentary provided by Lindesfarne’s Blog as she adds background details to each story. Stephanie Gladden of “Girls of Monster Paradise” has graciously agreed to write the foreword.

Get daily commentary on each Fastrack strip from Dethany herself!
Also, you can visit Fistula Breech’s own FB page here.

Fan art

We have a new feature on the Fastrack site; fan art of Dethany. The first three pieces are by Laura Papera Monticelli, Wapsi Square’s Paul Taylor, and Greg Cravens of The Buckets and Hubris. They’re all fantastic artists, and I’m honored!

2014 Kevin & Kell patron program

The 2014 “Kevin & Kell” patron program, which supports all three of my strips, is now active. Every year I do a special parody print for those who contribute at the Light Herbivore Salad level and above, and for 2014 I’m featuring eleven “K&K” cast members as the eleven incarnations of Dr. Who. On the villain side, R.L. is a Dalek and Angelique is a Weeping Angel.

Tall Tale Radio interview

I was interviewed by Tom Racine for Tall Tale Radio, which is posted here. Please listen in, and there are other excellent cartoonists in the archives.

Dethany in Virtu/Noir

I’m creating an interactive app featuring Dethany of “On the Fastrack” as she adopts a 1940s private eye persona and solves a crime in cyberspace. It will be called “Dethany in Virtu/Noir” and readers will be able to make choices determining the direction of the plot. You can watch its development on its Tumblr blog.

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The main news this week, above and beyond all else, has been the “Kevin & Kell” website. Its server experienced a catastrophic failure, and the heroic gang at Team Kevin & Kell is rebuilding newer and better than ever. Please join me in thanking them, particularly the webmaster Chris Kohler. A basic page is up and running at its normal URL, or you can view the strips either on Rudy’s Facebook page, or on Lindesfarne’s Virtual Quill on Tumblr. Thanks for your patience and readership!

“Predator Camp” will be available at the end of the month here and will make its official debut at Anthrocon. The book contains every strip from the calendar year of 2011, plus the running commentary provided by Lindesfarne’s Blog as she adds background details to each story. Stephanie Gladden of “Girls of Monster Paradise” has graciously agreed to write the foreword.

Speaking of Anthrocon, here’s my con schedule for the summer. My plans have firmed up, and I’ll definitely be attending the following:
Anthrocon, Pittsburgh PA July 5-7
Comic-Con, San Diego CA July 18-21
Otakon, Baltimore MD, Aug. 9-11
DragonCon, Atlanta GA, Aug. 30-Sept. 2
(For the cons in San Diego, Baltimore and Atlanta I’ll be accompanied by Dethany and Lenore.)

Earlier I mentioned a new project that I’m creating. It’s an interactive app featuring Dethany of “On the Fastrack” as she adopts a 1940s private eye persona and solves a crime in cyberspace. It will be called “Dethany in Virtu/Noir” and readers will be able to make choices determining the direction of the plot. You can watch its development on its Tumblr blog.

Duel in the Somme,” the comic book that I illustrated in 2010, is available for the Kindle here. That wasn’t my first long-form comic, though. Way back in 1979 I did a 24-page comic book for my college paper, The Auburn Plainsman. You can see it in its entirety here.

Finally, the Bill Holbrook site is now live here. At this central portal you will be able to conveniently access the existing sites of all three of my strips, plus the New Bill Holbrook Store. Every weekend I’ll update the news section, and it also has links to all the social media outlets that my characters are writing. Please explore, and I hope it’s a pleasant surfing experience.