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As I juggle projects like I’m in a circus, Hell, Inc. is being drawn week-to-week for the first time in… I don’t even know. I’ve had buffers as large as six months in the past, but taking other work has chipped that all the way down to nothing. I’m currently figuring out a schedule that will let me get the wheels in motion on several upcoming short-term projects while building a little bit of a buffer back up for Hell, Inc. It turns out that needing to write one script for pitching, one script for a Webtoon contest, the script for my next graphic novel, and put together Hockeypocalypse: Slashers for print proofing is A LOT OF THINGS.

Congratulations on Goran, by the way, for finally getting a name. He will no longer be referred to in the script as “the one-eyed guy with the rhino horn.” He doesn’t have a rhino-like horn, I don’t know why I describe it that way, but I almost always do.


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Next Week: Is the worst job solely defined by amount of Cerberus pee involved? Find out on Patreon.

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