Thursday, December 23, 2010

Merry Christmas!

Our artist, Tilian Wagner sent me this as a Christmas card and I thought I'd share it!

Merry Christmas from your friends at!

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Ep9 Mario Galaxy 2 video!

Episode 9 of my walkthrough of Super Mario Galaxy 2 is finally online! In this installment we discover the Rock Mushroom and Mario's latest new ability Rock Mario!

Keep it real and keep it Mario!


Friday, December 10, 2010

Where's the "let's play" videos?

I decided that I would make a update about our Mario Galaxy 2 videos and why they seemed to stop a couple weeks ago. Well, we are going to get back into recording them, I have just been very busy with school. My Algebra class was really weighing down on me so I needed to focus on that and the Mario videos just took a back burner. Lexi and I will be doing more of those very soon.

Also, we will be doing a cold playthrough of the Gamecube game, The Legend of Zelda: Four Sword Adventures. Andy recently purchased this hard to find game online and is letting me borrow it. What do I mean by a "cold playthrough?" Well, I have never played the game at all, so everything we record will be my first reactions to the game. This means that it may take several videos for me to get through challenging puzzles or find things, but it will be a true first time experience.

Although this game is designed for up to 4 players, I will be playing it alone with Lexi only making comments. The decision to do this is based on a couple of factors, the most major of which is that multi-player requires the use of Gameboy Advances (GBA) for each player and I can't record the separate GBA's and the main screen. But if the game is played alone, all of the action takes place on the main screen so nothing is lost. The other reason is that Lexi just isn't that into playing games enough to be able to keep up. This may seem mean, but she is only 4 years old and from what Andy has told me would really need to know exactly what to do at all times in order for us to progress through the Zelda game.

However, Lexi will play a crucial role in my experience through the game! I have red-green colorblindness and many of the puzzles and challenges in this game are color based. While this might not be that big of a problem in some cases, the colors happen to be green, red, blue and purple in this game. Why purple instead of yellow is beyond me. Anyhow, my particular colorblindness can make it difficult for me to distinguish green and red from one another as well as blue and purple from one another. I will probably complain about this during the videos as I expect it to be frustrating. However, Lexi is not colorblind and actually loves helping me distinguish colors, so she will be a valuable asset!


Thursday, November 18, 2010

Episode 8 of our Let's Play

Episode 8 is now online. In this one we find the first Yoshi power-up, the Dash Pepper!


Episode 7 of our Let's Play

Episode 7 went online yesterday. In this episode of our Super Mario Galaxy 2 Let's Play, we defeat the first Bowser Jr. Boss, Gobblegut and make our way onto World 2!


Monday, November 15, 2010

Artist Perspective

This is my first time guest blogging, so I’ll try not to ramble too much.

I was an artist for two of the Halloween issues this year. Working on the Halloween special was a great introduction to the world, since so many of the core characters were in the comic. Check it out if you haven’t already:

Now that I’m starting to get a handle on the cast, I’m working on a new issue, that (not to give any spoilers away) features almost all the main recurring characters in the series. Totally epic.

Two of my favorite characters are Billy Boy and the Amazing Aquatic Kid. I think there is something very interesting about two children playing heroes in a world of adults. In the Halloween Special, Regular Man jumps in a moment from his adult super hero from to his actual identity: Billy Boy. All because he wants to go Trick 'r Treating with the Aquatic Kid. This is a hysterical scene, but it also shows that no matter how mature Regular Man behaves, he is still a child. Which inspired the just for fun picture of the two featured in this post.

It has been such a wonderful experience getting to be an artist for Hatman and Indigo. Not just because Three Twins are great people to work with, but because the Hatman universe is such an exciting sandbox to get to play in : )


Thursday, November 11, 2010

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Sunday, November 7, 2010

3rd Mario Galaxy 2 "Let's Play" video!

Lexi and I completed another Mario Galaxy 2 video! We're going to try and get a new one up every day since it is so quick to make them!


Ep2 Mario Galaxy 2 video!

Lexi and I made another video already, check it out!

Friday, November 5, 2010

Our first "Let's Play" video!

Today I made my first "Let's Play" video of Super Mario Galaxy 2 with the help of my daughter, Lexi. The video is too big to embed to this post, so I added it as a link. Since this is my first try at this, I'm sure later on I'll figure out how to add the videos to these blog posts.

Check it out and tell me what you think.

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Zombies in Hatman?

So, now that all 3 parts of "Revenge" have gone online, I can freely discuss some of my thoughts about this story. As I mentioned a few weeks ago, I wrote "Revenge" in more than one setting. I had the idea for the Venom parody story and Man-Hat creation from the start but didn't know what to do after that, so it sat incomplete for a while. Then I thought about what if we could do something akin to zombies, but in the "family friendly" 3twins way. And I came up with the idea of the Man-Hat shooting mind control candy out into the city on Halloween night that would turn the trick-or-treating kids into zombies.

I'm actually not 100% happy with my final version of the script for this because I think the zombie aspect kind of didn't reach its full potential. Part of it might be that I'm not the biggest fan of zombie movies, so I didn't want to dwell on it much in the writing and the other part, may have just been lazy writing. Ultimately, I think that I wanted to present the Cider-Man character so much that I shoved the story into that box and didn't let it breathe.

I think maybe what would have been the best for this story as a whole, in retrospect, would have been to prolong the dark Hatman stuff and explore that in a more Hatman centric way, more truly like the Black Spider-Man story was. But I think originally my fear was that we would be called to the floor too much for copying that story. One of the things I strive for is to attain originality in our parodies, to pay more homage than just hash out the same thing. That said, I would like to have explored a darker Hatman or Hatman as the villain more and maybe concluded the whole story with the creation of the Man-Hat and left him as a character looming in the night until next year Halloween.

I know I'm being kind of hard on myself about this as the writer, but we don't have many viewers, so we don't get any criticism, and therefore, we should examine our stuff more critically, I guess. All in all, I am happy with the finished product. I feel fortunate that we were able to get in on the ground floor of Tillian Wagner as a comic book artist. Her stuff definitely has a different feel and it has really grown into it's own style, especially with the upcoming comic she's working on for us currently. It's neat to be able to see her art grow, and I hope those of you out there that do follow our stuff will enjoy it as well.


Sunday, October 24, 2010

The Spectacular Cider-Man?

So, if you've watched part 2 of "Revenge of the Big Giant Pumpkin Headed Man" you know that a new superhero was introduced, The Spectacular Cider-Man. This is the character I spoke of as the idea that Steve and Andy didn't think would work. He is only briefly in part 2 but part 3 will feature him much more prominently. I think Tom Cox did an excellent job with the Russian accent as well as the characterization. In case you're concerned that we're creating far too many superheroes, I ask you to save that critique until after viewing the final part of this story next week.

As you may be able to guess, the image to the right is the cover for part 3 of this story. It is a parody of Web of Spider-Man #1 and the character of Cider-Man is obviously a loose parody of Spider-Man. However, the vaguely similar costume and similar sounding name is where the correlation between the two characters ends. I assure you we are not ripping off Spider-Man in any way.

I really can't wait until next week when part 3 goes online. I hope you all enjoy Cider-Man and I really look forward to any comments on him after it goes online!

On another note, I'm currently working on an outline for the next installment of the Pumpkin Head/Hatman Halloween saga that will be titled "Son of the Big Giant Pumpkin Headed Man." It is still in the early stages, but what I can tell you is that it will have something to do with the Legend of Sleepy Hollow and of course, the Big Giant Pumpkin Headed Man character. How much, I can't say. Besides, this story had "something" to do with the Pumpkin Head character, even though it was brief!

Until then... Bwa ha ha ha ha ha!


Saturday, October 16, 2010

Newest Hatman & Indigo Issue: Indy-Goo


Well that's the parody title for our parody cover of Scooby-Doo. I have wanted to parody this poster for a Halloween issue since the first appearance of Big Giant Pumpkin Headed Man (aka BGPHM). Now that we finally have this parody, I'm very pleased with it. Props to Jennifer VanMeter for her artwork! :)

Something special is included in this issue of Hatman & Indigo. As with several of our other issues this one has a variant cover (also drawn by Jennifer VanMeter). As with the first BGPHM issue we have a parody of a two page (front and back covers) Spider-Man issue. So if you're lucky you will stumble across the secondary cover (its a random chance).

As always, enjoy the issue, and send us your feedback!


Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Pod Casts

For now we don't have very many installments of our PodCast - KudeeCast, but Jason plans on having a new installment on a regular basis. Also we are working on something new for Star Fetched. The animation process takes a very long time. Most of the animation on has been executed by me, someone who knows nothing about animation. If you watch the Midieville Shorts, starting with The Marvin and Gidju Saga and ending with Duel part 1 you will see that I did learn some things along the way, however it is still a very long arduous process. All this being taken into consideration we decided to rewrite the pilot of Star Fetched into an audio drama. Once we re-record all the character audio and remix the effects track, it will sound more like a classic radio serial, complete with a non-interactive narrator (unlike the Narrator from Hatman & Indigo who is an actual character). We will be offering this new version of Star Fetched as a pod cast along with KudeeCast. If Star Fetched does well as an audio drama, you may see the return of Midieville in a similar fashion.


Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Mad Hatter

Today, October 6th, is official Mad Hatter day! Andy asked me to blog something about the Mad Hatter today, but I can't really think of anything to talk about. I guess I could tease that the still upcoming Ion Bunny #4 features our version of the Mad Hatter. If you recall Ion Bunny #2 directly followed the events of Hatman #19 and The Mad Hatter fell into Ion Bunny's rabbit hole, mistaking him for March Hare.

Our version of the Mad Hatter has the power to bring his riddles to life. The person who is to solve the riddle is stuck in it until it is solved. The last encounter with the Mad Hatter caused Ion Bunny to leave his home in an attempt to escape the madness that surrounds the Hatter.

In Ion Bunny #3 we took a little detour in the saga of our fluffy yellow pal, and explored Christmas shopping in the mall! Ion Bunny got in a fight with the mall Santa and ended up having to fill in for him.

In Ion Bunny #4 we will get a sneak peek into the day to day life of our favorite grump, when he tries to find a new place to live. But, the Mad Hatter is angry because Ion wouldn't be his friend. I can't give you a date when we will see Ion Bunny #4 online, but it is close to completion, so I hope it will be before the end of the year. What will the Hatter do to get back at the bunny? Will the Hatter find a friend or will he dive deeper into his insanity?


Saturday, October 2, 2010

My thoughts behind "Revenge: part 1"

So, before I start out, I would like to make sure that anyone reading this has watched our newest audio comic, Hatman & Indigo 44: The Revenge of The Big Giant Pumpkin Headed Man. So, if you haven't please click the link pasted over the title of the issue and come back here afterward.

Okay, I'm now going to assume that anyone reading this has watched it, if not SPOILER ALERT!!!

Several ideas went into what eventually became "Revenge: part 1." We had discussed the idea of having an evil Hatman doppelganger show up and possibly call him "ManHat." I personally wasn't opposed to this idea, but I did think that if we were to have a villain named ManHat, he should be in the same vein as Batman's The Man Bat and Spider-Man's Man-Spider, essentially more hat than man. Being the non-artist that I am, I drew up the image attached to this post (top right) to help explain my idea of what I thought he should look like.

We couldn't agree where to put him or what his origin would be, but we all liked the idea. Andy was the one who came up with the idea that Pumpkin Man's revenge could be a new villain, instead of just another story where Pumpkin Man came back. We all thought that was pretty original. It wasn't until I was watching an episode of Spectacular Spider-Man with my daughter that I got the idea for the story. The episode was one where Spider-Man got the venom symbiote (I'm sure we're all familiar with that, it was shoved into the Spider-Man 3 movie). I thought to myself, "Since the symbiote took on the powers and characteristics of Spider-Man and amplified them, what would that look like if it happened to Hatman?" Hatman's primary ability is that he can pull anything he wants out of his hat/head, so I thought that maybe it would be that he would have arms that came out of his hat and did this, instead of him having to reach in with his own arms. Also, to set him apart visually, I thought it would be neat if he were a darker gray and had an orange tie, cape and hat ribbon/mouth. To see if this would look good, I took an image of Hatman that Steve had drawn for Hatman: issue 28 and recolored it (pictured to the right).

Then I thought that we could alter the evil doppelganger idea into this "Venom" parody idea and show Hatman get mean. Granted it goes by fairly fast in the comic, but I had another idea that I'd been itching to use for years and I knew it would work out, even though Andy and Steve didn't have much confidence in it. But for that, you'll have to wait 2 weeks until Revenge Part 2 goes online (Andy says he's confident he can get it online October 16th)!

Most of the time when we write Hatman scripts we will write the entire story all in one setting, but sometimes, we will start one part and then either not be sure exactly what to have happen, or be so creatively drained that we have to take a break. The former was the case with this story. I wrote part 1 of "Revenge" and didn't exactly know what I was going to do, I had an idea, but it wasn't enough to build a full story on. So, Part 1 actually sat on its own for about 6 months.

Next week we change gears for a little bit because 10/6 is Mad Hatter day, so we will be featuring the Mad Hatter!


Friday, October 1, 2010

Hatman & Indigo 44! What happened to issues 42 and 43?


After our long hiatus we finally have a new Hatman & Indigo issue ready for your viewing pleasure. However you may notice there are two issues missing in the story sequence. Who is Dr. Beakman? What happened to Indigo? Why didn't they finish this story? All these questions (and more) will, eventually be answered. It is best to enter into this newest issue as if issues 40 and 41 never happened.



Thursday, September 30, 2010

Pumpkin Man Sub-Saga Recap: Part 2

The Return of The Big Giant Pumpkin Headed Man was the second installment in our Pumpkin Man Sub-Saga (which from here out I will refer to simply as "Return". This story featured the return of not only the Pumpkin Man, but a throw away joke character from Issue 3, The Badger. The Badger was intended to be an obvious parody of Wolverine and we loved him so much that we decided to bring him back as a reoccurring character. Since we had previously established that our heroes should keep a good distance from Regular Man, this story gave us a good opportunity to feature The Badger and take a look into his origin.

Anyone who saw The Hatman Clause Part 3 will notice that the voice and characterization of The Badger has changed since this comic. In that story we chose to ignore it, but I will state now that the official cannon explanation is that soon after the events of "Return" The Badger reclaimed his former life and over time his previous personality returned as well. The forgetful Badger, while heroic, had been a broken man, afraid of the unknown and chose his words carefully. As his memory returned, so did his confidence, and the wavering higher pitched voice full of fear was replaced with his natural bass tone. (That being said, the truth is, we just got a different voice actor and he decided to take the character in a different place. We were intrigued with this new take on the character and changed him slightly to reflect this.)

Back to the recap of "Return." The story opens sometime after the events of the first Pumpkin story. Regular Man and Farmer Bill (quickly joined by The Badger) barricade the door of Farmer Bill's barn because it houses the infamous pumpkin. Keeping him locked away from the farmer should ensure that the pumpkin will not regain his full power. Farmer Bill grows forgetful and confused, so the Badger and Regular Man encourage him to go inside while they finish up. A newscast explains that the Terrible Trio are engaged in some sort of crime, so Regular Man and The Badger decide to take care of it. Before they can, the barn bursts open knocking Regular Man unconscious. The Badger, weak minded at this point in his life, is drawn in by the power of the pumpkin. The effects wear off soon and The Badger leaves to get help. Farmer Bill hearing the commotion finds his son lying on the lawn and through suggestion of the Pumpkin, thinks the pumpkin power will give him the strength to save his son. He approaches the barn and becomes the fully formed Big Giant Pumpkin Headed Man once again.

The Badger flees to Hatman & Indigo's to warn them of their returned villain but his forgetfulness strikes and he can't remember why he came. Indigo wishes that the Badger's memory problems would be over and we are treated to a flashback of The Badger's origin at the hands of some aliens. After the flashback, Pumpkin Man breaks in and kidnaps Indigo.

Happy to be excluded from a kidnapping this time, Blonde joins Hatman and The Badger to help defeat Pumpkin Man and free Indigo. Because the Pumpkin has telepathic power of suggestion over narrators, he can control Hatman and Indigo (who both filled in for the Narrator while on vacation in the previous Pumpkin story). We also learn that the Pumpkin not only has the power to levitate things but can control the growth of pumpkin vines as he captures all the heroes one by one, mummifying them with vines, with the exception of Regular Man whom he decides to ship away in a wooden crate. Blonde is left to face the orange menace alone, which she does heroically, by spraying him with a heavy dose of the farmer's pest poison. This causes him to melt into a pile of goo as the vines recede and our heroes are freed. Hatman frees Regular Man as the group discovers that the toxin did not defeat the pumpkin, but mutate him. He now no longer needs Farmer Bill as a host body (he's formed a body of vines and his gooey head resembles it's former shape) and Regular Man's power doesn't defeat him. The Badger does however destroy him with the help of Indigo creating the "field goal" our homage to the "fastball special" featured in X-Men comics when Colossus throws Wolverine. Hatman wishes the defeated goo to be trapped in an inescapable box and all is well.

As with the first installment, while I re-watched this story, I thought that it was a step up from the first. Steve's art had noticeably improved (with the exception of his take on Blonde for part 1) and the storytelling was tighter. The addition of a few more panels and some extra Narrator duologue would have helped, but all in all, it is entertaining. As with many of our stories, this could be a lot funnier. The funny is more in concept than in blatant jokes, and this is something we struggle with constantly, trying to find a good level of both action and comedy.

What will happen next? Well, you only have to wait a few more hours! Issue 44, part one of the third installment (confusing, I know) in the Pumpkin sub-saga will post at Midnight Eastern Time tonight!


Pumpkin Man Sub-Saga Recap: Part 1

Yesterday I touched on the history of our Pumpkin Man Halloween Special sub-saga. Before the new issue posts tomorrow, I'd like to recap the previous installments in this saga.

The first appearance of the infamous Big Giant Pumpkin Headed Man was in Issue 9 (the cover says 5, because it was the 5th story and we were numbering them by story, not issues back then). This is one of the first stories Steve Surine drew for us. He actually worked on this story the same time he drew Ion Bunny issue 1. In writing this story, Andy decided to try something a little different, start with a flash back, and giving the other characters a chance to play "narrator." I personally love doing the voices of Farmer Bill (my impression of late character actor, Pat Buttram) and The Pumpkin (a generic gravely cockney voice) and this gave me a good chance to use them both a lot. I actually had the idea to use these two voices because of the character of King Stanely I voiced in our "Ode To Mother's Day" video we had made several years prior.

The story took place soon after the formation of the Terrible Trio and featured them prominently. After fighting over who should lead their bad guy gang, Super Cold Frozen Man used his ray gun on a pumpkin in a pumpkin patch in hopes to create a new villain to help him prove he should be in charge. This pumpkin grew into a giant jack-o-lantern as it lodged itself on the head of Farmer Bill (a previously unseen character in the Hatman Universe). The Pumpkin Head was imbued with telepathic and telekinetic powers but was symbiotically linked to the farmer, if the farmer could get him off his head, he would reduce to a normal pumpkin and be innocuous. After reading Super Cold Frozen Man's mind, the Pumpkin Head flew off to kidnap Blonde by levitating a normal pumpkin and riding it. He also telepathically convinced the Narrator that he should go on vacation. By the end of the story, Hatman, Indigo and Blonde were all tied up and the Pumpkin revealed that Super Cold Frozen Man was his "father." As the Terrible Trio gloated at their success, Farmer Bill's son, Billy Boy, walked in the barn (where our heroes were being kept). Startled, Super Cold Frozen Man shot Billy with the ray gun. The power of the ray gun aged Billy to a full grown man, gave him a green costume and the power of "regular." As Regular Man, Billy could negate Hatman's powers as well as those of anything that had indirectly come about as a result of Hatman. Thus Regular Man saved the Day by powering down the villains and rescuing his father and the heroes.

After re-watching it in preparation for this recap, I noticed that we really have come a long way. There should be a lot more told by the narrator(s) and the art, while good for Steve's first Hatman book, doesn't always tell the story properly. More panels could have helped greatly. The sound effects and editing (my job) felt forced and "acty" and the ending was abrupt.


Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Revenge of the Big Giant Pumpkin Headed Man

So, in two short days Hatman will be back on! If you've followed our posts with any regularity, you are probably aware that the soon to post issue has been in the works for quite some time!

The image I'm posting (top right) is a sneak peak at the first page of this exciting Halloween special.

This issue was drawn by Scott Matteson, the same artist who drew Issue 32: Amazing Aquatic Kid. The colorist is Tilian Wagner who picked up the second and third installments of this story.

I really want to discuss how this story came about, but I can't go into too many details yet. However, I can discuss the title and our thought process for the Halloween specials.

Way back in 2004 when Andy and I were drafting ideas for what we thought then would be a Hatman & Indigo cartoon, we started thinking about possible characters and character names. Andy had thought of Super Cold Frozen Man thinking the long name thing was funny, we continued that with Big Giant Pumpkin Headed Man. We really didn't have any idea what he would be beyond that. That is until Steve drew the first concept drawing (bottom right) and we had an idea that maybe the pumpkin was separate from the man. Andy wrote the script for the first story and we loved the character so much we decided that every year we would feature a continuation. A kid-friendly horror story, if you will. Back then, we came up with several titles for the "Pumpkin Man" sub-saga. To make this easier to read, I will now refer to "Pumpkin Man" as BGPHM. Some of the titles we came up with were: Return of The BGPHM, Revenge of The BGPHM, Son of The BGPHM and so on (that last one is a teaser for the next installment after Revenge).

The idea of the various titles is an homage to classic sequels like Son of the Fly, and the original Pink Panther series. Hopefully the stories will be entertaining enough that the long titles will remain funny and not become stale.

Tomorrow, I will blog a recap of the first 2 Halloween specials. But if you'd like to watch them here are the links to the part 1's: The Big Giant Pumpkin Headed Man & Return of the Big Giant Pumpkin Headed Man


Wednesday, September 22, 2010

New KudeeCast!

Today I finished editing KudeeCast 3: BirFday Special, a podcast Steve, Andy and I recorded on our (Andy and me) 30th Birthday, July 20. It took a while for Steve to get me the audio file, and then I had some school to wade through before I could tackle it, but it is done and Andy should have it online either tonight or tomorrow! So, be sure to check it out! We mainly discuss our thoughts on Pixar movies.

Also, Andy is very close to finishing part one of the Halloween comic so, look for that to post October 1st!


Saturday, September 11, 2010

More news on some new stuff

I've been a fan of online TV and movie reviews for a while now, so I'm finally going to start doing a couple. To be a little different than the masses I've decided to focus not only on the content but also the boxes and special features as well. I personally own all of the available seasons of The Simpsons, Frasier, and Futurama, so I might start with doing episode by episode reviews of those in addition to some of my favorite movies. I'm going to attempt to be a kinder critic than most out there, talking about stuff I like, instead of stuff I don't.

I know these blogs keep saying "on the horizon" but I do have good news that the horizon is approaching fast! October first you can expect part one of our Halloween special (two years in the making!)

I can't wait for that one to come out! I was the script writer on it and I think it's one of my best scripts so far. Afterward, I'll be sure to do a post on how I came about it.


P.S. Chicaco Comicon was a bust this year due to illness, so sorry I don't have anything to report there.

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

New stuff coming... we promise!

Okay, so it's been a long time since we posted anything new on the site or this blog. But we've been working on some new stuff, I promise! We have all of the Halloween issues ready to roll for this fall! Plus, a character commentary on The Hatman Clause featuring Indigo and The Badger! We're also working on turning Midieville and Star Fetched into audio podcasts! We have a lot of stories ready for both of those shows and we want to help ease your 3twins withdrawals.

What have we been up to all this time you may ask? Well, the bulk of our time has been spent working on the Lectrajack novel previously reported as a motion comic. While we would still like to have Lectrajack presented in a visual medium some day, we feel our skills at writing will best serve the story as a novel. Plus, we've dabbled in other forms of writing with our other stories, why not explore this series in novel form, that's right I said series! We intend for no less than five books with the possibility of more!

I'm not going to promise more blog posts, but I will try to appear here more often. Maybe even once a week as things start to get rolling again, I'll have more to report.

Andy and I plan on attending the Chicago Comicon in August, so I'll be sure to report on that!

As for now, refresh your memories with the slew of content we already have on!


Friday, February 12, 2010

The waiting game

Things have started to collect dust on the site and we apologize for that. I wanted to post a little note to whomever reads this that we will be keeping on hold for a while. I had wanted to post the completed Halloween issues of Hatman & Indigo, but that is most likely going to wait until Halloween this year.

Bear in mind we are working on some really great things. The Lectrajack project has been changed to a series of novels. I'm working on writing the first draft of the first book currently. We are also exploring many options for a complete redesign of the 3twins site with the help of our newest board member, Jim. And don't forget about the backlog of Hatman scripts waiting to see the light of day as well as the much anticipated Issue 50! One thing that we are in the process of doing is recording new KudeeCasts, hopefully we'll get a regular schedule of those to tide you over.

I like to look at this down time like we are a spring coiling down and gathering energy for a big shoot into the sky. I cannot promise when we will post new content on a regular basis again, nor do I want to speculate for fear of being wrong. However, I will say that I am excited about what we're working on in our down time and I really have high hopes for our triumphant return!