I’ve recently started drawing again, which means there will be a new comic soon. I’m excited. I hope you are too. Before the comic is finished, I’m curious: What do you know about Jonah?
School starts tomorrow. I know you’re excited. You’re excited because it means the return of The Literary Stick and you now have more opportunities to laugh at one English teacher’s terrible stick drawings. I know that’s how it is. That’s okay. Know that if there are any English-y type things you’d like me to make … More The Return of the Stick
Once again, in addition to character archetype this week, I’ve also included an allusion. This time it’s to the patter song “Modern Major General” from The Pirates of Penzance by Gilbert & Sullivan. This song is a great example of irony – one would expect the major general to be well versed in military tactics, … More No. 10: Educated Stupidity
One of my favorite archetypes is the archetype of the hero’s journey. Many parts of the hero’s journey overlap with the description of the hero, so I combined them (loosely) together. So here’s what you need to know about heroes (and you can apply this to SOOO many stories that aren’t dystopian action/adventure. Seriously. Take … More No. 6: The Hero (and the Journey)