Monday, December 14, 2009


Several decades years ago some friends of mine developed a concept about Girl Scouts going door-to-door, but instead of selling cookies, they were killing people. I always loved the idea, and well, over the years it stayed with me and festered until I transmorphed it into GirL SkOUT WARZ!.

In this incarnation of the strip, the girls (all new characters that I developed recently) are part of a roving band of “protectors” who live in a Post Apocalyptic world inhabited by Zombies, Ghouls, and other semi-mythical creatures of the night. (As one of my nephews stated when he heard the description of the strip, “There’s nothing about that, that I don’t like,.”)

Yea, I can dig that.

Currently, there are five strips that I’ve written and have been illustrated (by Keith Murphey and Rusty Haller). Right now, two of them are posted up on the web, and I’m currently scripting more installments.

Another web comic (CAG Dog) that I’ve scripted (three installments) is going up soon. I’ll let you know as soon as it gets illustrated and posted.

GAG Dog is the creation of Zman (a CAG buddy), and he has been inviting writers and artists from CAG to contribute art and stories to the webcomic. For my contribution, he wanted to do a mash-up of CAG Dog and my very own Agent Unknown. From my perspective, it was a load of fun to do, and I can hardly wait to see it in, ah, digital.

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