Thirty Is Pretty Great

So. I don’t  have a comic for you this week. Probably won’t  have one next week. Will try to get one up by the holidays, but I think we may be looking at a June release, at the earliest. Very sorry. Grad school has proven a bigger bear than I anticipated. Scratch that. It’s proven EXACTLY as difficult as anticipated, and for that reason alone, my time for comicking has drastically been reduced.

Be that as it may, I will try to keep weekly updates going as long as I am able. Maybe throw a few In His Spare Time’s at you. See what happens.

Now, to address the title of this post. I turned 30 in April. So far, being 30 is kind of amazing. Having my mind blown constantly by all the ignorance and ridiculousness of modern society and how this ignorance has infected and infested our public school system. But I’m also learning about the great, unsung heroes of my nation, and for that, I am grateful and inspired.

Also new this year: The amount of farts I give has been growing steadily closer to zero. And it is amazing. Tyler Durden was right. There is an amazing amount of freedom you gain from being able to let that which does not matter truly slide.

6/14/14

This summer, the world’s stickiest superhero gets his start.

B-Man 1 Cover

Watch this space for more.

Update On Comic

Hey y’all.

Well, I’ve finally got my head on straight re: Bubblegum-Man. The big news for now is that there is no big news for now.

I’m fleshing out a plan to get Bubblegum-Man online within the next year or so, but I want to wait until I get the final drafts of the scripts done before illustrating and uploading. Probably to a separate website, unless I choose to just host them right here at williambrust.com.

So, yeah.

Sorry for the false alarm.

If it’s any consolation, the final product will be that much better!