Behold: Slacker Joe. My first webcomic, circa 2004. It was about a college guy named Joe who was a slacker. Deep stuff. There are one or two moments in this gallery that I really like (Batman!) ...
There are a lot more that are really embarrassing. Huzzah?
BORC-9, a story about a young, homeschooled boy and his robot trash can friend, now available to read online for free
Next stop on the crazy train: more free books. In the spirit of my freely-available feature-length film, "Caffeine", I've made my illustrated children's novel "BORC-9" available to read online for free. BORC-9 joins the (child unfriendly) novelty novel "d8 w/ d34th" as a permanently free book here on horbawrong.com.
If you have younger kids, BORC-9 is a great story to read out loud.
If you're looking for something homeschool-friendly, give it a shot.
If you read this book, please share it! If you love this book, please consider a donation or buying one of my other books on Amazon.com.
Thanks, and happy reading!
- Jordan Krumbine
I wrote this comic about a week ago (I have a running list of scripts that I get to when I get to) and ironically enough, a version of this conversation happened this weekend, after I had already begun drawing the panels. The twist is that I actually agreed to go to the mall prior to an evening showing of Now You See Me. Another bit of irony? I really enjoyed it. It was a perfect excuse to blast music over my headphones and work on the comic on the iPad.
In other news, page 2 of Seminal Works are for Pornstars is complete. Check out page 1 here and catch up on any comic or bonus material you might have missed.
Jordan Krumbine is a jack-of-all-trades creative. His day job is developing and producing creative for an automotive group in Orlando and by night he creates everything from comic strips to featuer length movies. Josh Todd is a steampunk enthusiast, leatherworking specialist, and illustrating genius. In this episode they talk about finding their creative niche, consulting gigs gone bad, and they pitch each other a documentary TV series about spending each month of a year wholly immersed in a new hobby.
For Jordan: http://www.horbawrong.com
For Josh: http://www.darkarcherdesign.com