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Name: Garth Cameron Graham
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End of Chapter 2

Hey Folks, as you’re reading this, I should be on my way up to Maine, for Portcon! Friday’s update will also see the end of Chapter 2: The Wyrd Bazaar. So I’m going to take a little break before starting Chapter 3. Just a short one, I promise. Chapter three will start up not next Monday, but the following one. The 29th. I need to take a little time to get chapter 3 thumbnailed and the rest of volume one fleshed out a bit more before I delve into it. Also, I could use a vacation, even if it is a working one. That’s all for now. I hope to see you crazy northern fans this weekend!

17 Responses to “End of Chapter 2”

  1. Xavier says:

    Nothing like a little break to keep from burning out. Looking forward to Chapter 3.

  2. Veronica says:

    I’m a crazy Northern fan, and I’ll be seeing you this weekend! Can’t wait for chapter three!

  3. Leslie says:

    Updating when promised: Good.

    Updates that are humorous and cool: Good.

    Updates that are both awesome and make you want to keep pressing “flip” until you get an actual other new page: Good, but exasperating.

    Rock on.

  4. Near!!! says:

    Crazy northern fans unite! It was great seeing you again Garth, the stuff looked as awesome as always, and getting the first two chapters of Finders Keeper (0 and 1) made my weekend! Can’t wait for chapter 3, keep up the amazing work!!!

  5. Jonathon says:

    Hey Garth, it’s nice to see a new project of yours (not really new, but new to me.)

    I was going through my computer, cleaning up folders and such when I stumbled across an old piece of lineart you put up back on the comedity site I don’t know how long ago. So, I decided to look things up and see how comedity was doing, only to see that it had been ended.

    So, the naturally led to me finding this this new comic you’re running, and I must say that I’m enjoying it and look forward to seeing what’s coming up.

    By the way, I’ve decided to color that lineart piece. I’ll post a link in the forums or something when I’m done with it. See ya.

  6. Roman says:

    Great artwork and storyline, you have consumed many of my work hours. I’ll be sure to encourage other people to check out your site. :)

  7. Cat says:

    Hiya Garth,

    I remember being very sad when you stopped updating Comedity…then i stumbled upon this comic today and was amazed. Your art has just exploded (in a good way) into something fantastic. I especially like your rendering of Puck, who is one of my favorite characters from one of my favorite stories every. Just wanted to be another random reader who takes the time to say well done and keep it up!

  8. Cat says:

    Separate Cat than the one above, ironically. Anyway, glad to see you include Puck, noticeably, too! As soon as I saw him I was gleeing because Puck is a hilarious character. The world needs more Robin Goodfellow.

    Can’t wait for the next update.

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