Oct.19.17 at 12:58 am

NEW PAGE ON FRIDAY!

Our house has been fighting off a collective cold the past week. We were all getting better and then went to the opening of a new playground here in town over the weekend. Monday a new wave of sick fell over the house. Took kids to doc yesterday. It's a stomach virus this round. We just seem to catch everything going around in school.

I’m doing okay, hubby and Kai are on the mend, and Lucy is back in school today, but I wasn’t able to work on a page during all of this. I am just focusing on getting better and getting the page done for Friday.

 

IN THE MEANTIME, I have a fun bonus for my Patreon backers! This month, I'm really excited to bring you a special bonus comic from Brad Guigar, creator of  "Evil Inc,"  a comic about a corporation run by and for super-villains. Brad also runs Webcomics.com which offers a wide variety of advice columns, feedback, and musings for new AND seasoned comic creators.

 

Sep.20.17 at 02:23 am

I've been continuing to add a bunch of new exclusive content every month to my Patreon, including Standby Mode which is an extended scene from the beginning of Chapter 13. Standby Mode will be ending by the end of next month and I’ve already got other ideas for followup Love Not Found naughty comics! I'm really excited about sharing these stories with you! I feel like they add more layers to the LNF universe and, honestly, they're just fun as hell to draw!

Sep.04.17 at 07:46 pm

I always find this kind of Science Fiction interesting and terrifying. Brave New World, Gattaca, Demolition ManThe Island, The Fifth Element, Doctor Who... it always asks such interesting questions about humans and humanity, what we are, what we can achieve as we grow and spin on this little planet, and how these things can go horribly wrong.

Specifically in the world of Love Not Found, I really feel that to a certain extent the government would most certainly have to control modifications. To what extent I really don't have that exactly hash out, but things like eye color (today's equivalent of contact lenses), tattoos, hair color (today's equivalent of hair dye), and makeup/tattoos, would be things that are "over the counter" and considered as acceptable in their time as they are in ours.

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