Monday, May 9, 2011

ECTOPIARY, Page 71

YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO READ THE LATEST PAGE OF ECTOPIARY HERE.

Dialogue and character exchange and things like that actually occur on page 71 of Ectopiary. I'm kind of funny that way. Don't expect it to happen too often, though.

Readers who are fond of stories with actual plotlines that contain beginnings, middles and endings will be sure to enjoy this new horror-themed comic from PlanetSlade.com. It's an etymological tale called "Mother's Day" written by Paul Slade and drawn by myself. I recommend you begin reading it here: http://www.planetslade.com/insect-horror.html

It's been a pleasant, cool Springtime here in Western Massachusetts. If ever you should experience a paucity of activities, I recommend you & a friend can enjoy a round of miniature golf. If you're like me and dislike spending money on frivolities, you can always seek out an abandoned miniature golf course in your area. You need only bring your own balls and clubs!

The advantages of golfing in a disintegrating reliquary are multifold. No screaming children or waiting, only the pleasant sound of birds and crickets as you disturb their concealed nests within the decaying fixtures. Weeds and brambles add an extra sense of challenge. There is even an interactive quality, as some structures need to be propped back into position, and golf balls occasionally need to be fished out of clogged plastic piping. A guaranteed fun time for all!


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