Enter…The Robozoic Age!

It’s been slower than I’d like around here lately. Partly it’s due to my day job running me ragged these past couple of weeks (which I can’t complain too much about because a: it’s money & b: it’s not called “work” for nothin’), partly it’s due to other vagaries of my personal life (oooooh, personal) and partly because my WordPress seems wonky beyond belief and every time I go to do something on here I spend ten minutes thinking about trying to fix it or worse, actually trying to fix it (which just results in a giant black hole of “well, it’s still the same” or the dreaded “well, now it’s broken and nothing works”).

In nay case, all these factors have made me less productive than I’d like, but things are still moving ahead regardless. I figured I’d go ahead and start talking more about my latest comic project, now called THE ROBOZOIC AGE. I showed off some character designs from artist JC Grande, but the first few inked pages have come in and I figured I’d just go ahead and show them off to whet your collective appetites. THE ROBOZOIC AGE is a set post-post Apocalyptic world where man has taken a backseat to Earth’s two new dominant species: the dinosaurs, who have replaced the animal life on the planet and the bots, who roam the Earth with the single-minded intent of hunting humans to extinction. The story follows a small community at the edge of the world struggles to survive caught between these two predators. The first issue will be serialized on-line this Fall.

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Thacher Cleveland

Thacher E. Cleveland is a contributing writer & columnist for PanelsOnPages.com, co-host of the Super-Fly Comics & Games PodCast, novelist & comic creator. Originally from New Jersey and previously from Yellow Springs, Ohio, he currently lives in Chicago. You can find him on Twitter (@demonweasel), tumblr, his personal website and even on Google+

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    HOLY —-!



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