Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Artsy stuff

The promised photos from Arts Night at the Unitarian Universalist Church last Friday:

ABOVE: Ken Sizemore played selections from the 1940s and 1950s, including a singalong to "Ghost Riders in the Sky" and "Cool Water." (He was nice enough to run out and get his guitar when the scheduled artist didn't show up.) That's Chris' wife, Melissa Arrant, to the left.
ABOVE: Lynn Wallace, Chris Arrant, and me, Facebook-style.

Artist Kelly Duncan, center, speaks to Mary Keith, right. Check out more about Kelly here.

Chris gave me a couple of comics, including his Princess Diana biography. The other was HIGH MOON, by David Gallaher and Steve Ellis. You know my lunar fixation, if you've read any of my recent short stories here. This is a Sergio Leones werewolf tale, with steampunk elements thrown in. The art is stylish and full of energy. The story took some time to get into, seemed a little choppy, but was overall very effective. It originally appeared as a web comic under DC Comic's "Zuda" brand. You can find more at http://www.zuda.com/
It's today's pick:


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