Monthly Archives: January 2016

So what was all that about?

The truth about F.H Longwell Over the past 18 weeks I’ve been posting a story about explorer F.H Longwell. This character started out as a promotional handout 3 or 4 years ago. I wrote, designed, illustrated and then printed and bound a small … Continue reading

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Longwell Adventure #20. The End.

“Of course it’s difficult to make plans because adventuring can pop-up at any moment and dash your beautiful plate of plans into bits. Tiny little bits that one will never be able to put back together into anything resembling the plate it once … Continue reading

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Longwell Adventure #19

“It bears repeating – if ever you find yourself covered in monkeys remember to: stop, drop and roll.” Longwell is reinvigorated when he hears Tipton shouting. He hopes to follow Tipton’s screaming’s out of the cavern. ABOUT F.H. Longwell III was … Continue reading

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Longwell Adventure #18

“So while I sat quietly, Tipton searched each nook and corner of the old bottling room. He found every single scorpion. I mean, what are the odds? And they delivered their fair share of mayhem on him. But he found … Continue reading

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Longwell Adventure #17

“I’m not sure how this will work out. The images on the walls of the cave seem more menacing now. Less magical by 90% actually. Really pretty scary.” Longwell attempts to capture as much information about the hidden cave as possible. … Continue reading

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6,000 year and counting…

An appropriate post to follow up on my questions about ‘reboots’. Fairytales have been told and retold far longer than we initially believed and have rich implications for the various cultures that were running into one another for thousands of years … Continue reading

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When do ‘reboots’ work?

The question of the day is, when do reboots work? And why? Sony announced they have hired a writer to create a new Popeye film. Yes, Popeye, created by Elzie Segar in 1929. Once you get done rolling your eyes and … Continue reading

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