The Sex is the Point.

By Mookie | November 22, 2021 | 0 Comments

If you’re reading this you probably noticed that I’m featuring the comic’s first explicit sex scene. The choice to do this goes right alongside my choice to feature uncensored nudity, which I’ve done since The Legacy’s beginning two and a half years ago. I’ve spoken about this before, but I figured this would be a … Continue reading “The Sex is the Point.”

The Boredom was the Point.

By Mookie | September 22, 2021 | 0 Comments

This chapter, The Long Flight, comes to an end on Friday. It was a relatively short chapter in comparison to the ones that came before it, but it certainly felt longer. This chapter had an interesting development for me, and despite its length (real or perceived) and complete lack of story momentum, it became one … Continue reading “The Boredom was the Point.”

Return to ConnectiCon

By Mookie | September 15, 2021 | 0 Comments

This past weekend I returned to ConnectiCon, my favorite convention of the year. With the pandemic having shut down all conventions for 2020, I’d been away from my home away from home for far too long. With the vaccine and several safety measures in place, ConnectiCon reopened for 2021 and I was more than happy … Continue reading “Return to ConnectiCon”

Why Kaianda?

By Mookie | August 16, 2021 | 0 Comments

I chose to name Snout’s vine clone friend “Kaianda” because I went to college with someone of the same name, only she spelled it with a C. We weren’t very close. In fact, we barely knew each other. We spoke a few times in those first few months of freshman year, where everyone is eager … Continue reading “Why Kaianda?”

My Annual Summer Break for 2021!

By Mookie | July 28, 2021 | 0 Comments

Every year I take a week off during the winter holidays, and during the summer. Since we’re already deep into the summer, I figure now is as good a time as any to schedule my week off. So with that being said, my annual summer break will begin this upcoming Monday, August 2. The Legacy … Continue reading “My Annual Summer Break for 2021!”

My 42nd Birthday and the Second Anniversary of The Legacy!

By Mookie | July 2, 2021 | 0 Comments

I haven’t written a blog entry in quite some time, but since today is a momentous day around here, it seemed like as good a time as any to resume blogging. As the title states, today is not only my 42nd birthday, it’s also the second anniversary of the start of The Legacy of Dominic … Continue reading “My 42nd Birthday and the Second Anniversary of The Legacy!”

My Annual Winter Break, 2020 edition!

By Mookie | December 14, 2020 | 0 Comments

Hi everyone! It’s been a while since I’ve written anything for the blog section, so I want to close out 2020 with a return to that! At least one entry more before we close out this strenuous, difficult year. First things first: this current chapter, “Dreamfinder,” will conclude on Wednesday, December 23 and following that … Continue reading “My Annual Winter Break, 2020 edition!”

My Annual Summer Break!

By Mookie | July 20, 2020 | 0 Comments

This week’s updates will be the last three pages of the Mongreltown chapter, with (what I hope is) a nice ending on Friday. On the following week, there will be no new updates because I’m taking my annual summer break. The next chapter of The Legacy of Dominic Deegan will begin updating on Monday, August … Continue reading “My Annual Summer Break!”

My 41st Birthday and the First Anniversary of The Legacy!

By Mookie | July 2, 2020 | 0 Comments

Today’s my birthday, and now I’m 41 years old. Happy birthday to me! It’s pretty crazy, on many levels; crazy to me that I’m a 41 year old man (I still think I’m an overgrown kid), crazy that my birthday is happening during a crazy time in human history, and crazy that The Legacy of … Continue reading “My 41st Birthday and the First Anniversary of The Legacy!”

Tracing as a Tool.

By Mookie | June 1, 2020 | 0 Comments

It should be obvious to anyone that the first panel in today’s page is a reference to Edward Hopper’s famous painting, “Nighthawks.” You know the one. In case you don’t know, here it is: Pretty strikingly similar, right? From the positioning of Snout and Arudak, to the hunch of the man behind the counter, to … Continue reading “Tracing as a Tool.”