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So I’ve gotten most of the exterior done — seven smokestacks, most of the brickwork and carpenter’s parks are all done.  I might cut back into the cliff face to make an eighth smokestack, but I don’t know for sure just yet.  Next it’s work on the interior and relocate a lot of the machinery inside.

So I’ve gotten most of the exterior done — seven smokestacks, most of the brickwork and carpenter’s parks are all done.  I might cut back into the cliff face to make an eighth smokestack, but I don’t know for sure just yet.  Next it’s work on the interior and relocate a lot of the machinery inside.

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Wednesday Comics #4 (“Strange Adventures” - DC Comics - July 2009)
Writer/Illustrator: Paul Pope

Man do I miss Wednesday Comics. It was the best. And it’s been five years since it happened and the promised second volume has yet to materialize. And, I imagine, probably never will — despite rumors that pages and scripts were turned in.

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Wednesday Comics #4 (“Strange Adventures” - DC Comics - July 2009)

Writer/Illustrator: Paul Pope

Man do I miss Wednesday Comics. It was the best. And it’s been five years since it happened and the promised second volume has yet to materialize. And, I imagine, probably never will — despite rumors that pages and scripts were turned in.