I Could Use Your Help

By Mookie | November 30, 2023 | 0 Comments

Much of the goodwill I’ve built among my readers over the years is thanks to my willingness to be open and honest, giving you folks a glimpse into who I am as a person and into the things going on in my life. In that spirit of honesty, I’m going to ask for your help … Continue reading “I Could Use Your Help”

The Ninth Birthday!

By Mookie | November 28, 2023 | 0 Comments

Today is my son’s ninth birthday! It’s pretty wild to me that I’m the father of a nine-year-old. Who’s in the third grade. Who is far smarter than I was at his age. He may be smarter than I am right now. Every year with him is an adventure but for some reason I’ve been … Continue reading “The Ninth Birthday!”

Andre 3000’s Flute Album

By Mookie | November 21, 2023 | 0 Comments

This past week saw the release of a new album from Andre 3000, one half of the renowned rap group Outkast. Lots of folks were hoping for a rap album from him after so long away from the studio, but he released something altogether different and unexpected… an instrumental album composed almost entirely of flutes. … Continue reading “Andre 3000’s Flute Album”

What I’m Looking Forward To

By Mookie | November 16, 2023 | 0 Comments

At the end of the most recent blog, where I spoke at length about my excitement for Makena, I concluded with teasing some of the new ideas I’m excited to share in this new anthology format. Today I want to tease those ideas a little more in a kinda-sorta “preview of what’s to come.” The … Continue reading “What I’m Looking Forward To”

Makena and Dominic Have Similar Origins

By Mookie | November 14, 2023 | 0 Comments

Dominic Deegan began as a character in a Dungeons & Dragons Third Edition game my friends were running. There was something about the character that clicked with me and I began thinking about him away from the game, to the point where I was doodling comics about him. They became the first pages of the … Continue reading “Makena and Dominic Have Similar Origins”

All Ages

By Mookie | November 9, 2023 | 0 Comments

Whenever I start a new project I want to do something I’ve never done before. When I originally ended the Oracle for Hire years I wanted my next project to be different, so I tried collaborating with another creator. The result was the successful seven year run of Star Power. When that concluded I knew … Continue reading “All Ages”

Back to Mongreltown Already?

By Mookie | November 7, 2023 | 0 Comments

As you can see, The Legacy of Dominic Deegan is back after its two-week break with a new format, a new chapter, and the first of many new characters! These new stories will take us all over the changed world, further showcasing how things have changed over the past two centuries! The possibilities are endless … Continue reading “Back to Mongreltown Already?”

Looking Ahead While Glancing Behind

By Mookie | October 19, 2023 | 0 Comments

The Legacy of Dominic Deegan’s current format ends tomorrow. It will follow with a two-week break, and then resume updating on Monday, November 6 in an anthology format. I’m very excited to explore yet another new (for me) form of storytelling with all of you. And if you’re wondering what’s coming next, I have some … Continue reading “Looking Ahead While Glancing Behind”

Nearing The End

By Mookie | October 17, 2023 | 0 Comments

This is the final week of updates with Snout as the protagonist of The Legacy of Dominic Deegan. His story comes to a close on Friday, and after that I will be taking a two-week break to prepare for the launch of The Legacy’s new format. On Monday November 6, The Legacy of Dominic Deegan … Continue reading “Nearing The End”

Arudak Done Differently

By Mookie | October 12, 2023 | 0 Comments

I’ve written before about how my original plans for The Legacy of Dominic Deegan changed after the effects of the pandemic, but there were some other original plans that didn’t go the way I thought they would, namely my return to working on solo comics the way I used to. One of the things I … Continue reading “Arudak Done Differently”