MMV.8.9: Finality? by jetfuel(greeneyes@metalbat.com)
K has been missing in action for a while. She's fine, but apparently she's busy with all sorts of stuff for the foreseeable future. Meanwhile I'm also pretty busy with other things. I'm not sure when greeneyes will be back, but I hope that it will be someday. We're very sorry that things are so uncertain. Thanks for your support.

MMIV.12.22: Things by jetfuel(ge@metalbat.com)
Well, some things are going on. A couple of new pages, a couple of additions to the omake page, and a few rumblings of new creativity going on. We hope you are all well.

MMIII.11.9: NotSoBadromedia by jetfuel(ge@metalbat.com)
My new PowerBook has arrived, and it is an absolute joy to use. The really good news for this project is that Fireworks actually starts up on this new one, so I was able to assemble the latest page. Check it out.

MMIII.11.4: Suckromedia by jetfuel(ge@metalbat.com)
Well, I've spent the silly amount of money to upgrade from the slow, crappy Macromedia Fireworks MX to the slow, crappy Macromedia Fireworks MX 2004. Sadly, the application won't even launch. I don't know if this is Fireworks' fault (probably) or Panther's fault (doubt it). Anyway, I have a new 12" PowerBook G4 on its way to me this week, and I will see if a new installation on a fresh Panther system will work any better. I have the next page sitting here on my hard drive just waiting to be assembled, so it will be done as soon as I can get Fireworks to, uh, work.

MMIII.8.25: reviewed by jetfuel(ge@metalbat.com)
A quite happy review of our silly comic has appeared at comixpedia.com. The site seems to be quite a high-quality destination for your comix info needs, but I could just be saying that because they called us stunning.

I'm still suspicious that the mailing list is not working. Tell us if you're not getting any emails.

MMIII.7.12 1800: printy by jetfuel(ge@metalbat.com)
Our friends the Wong Brothers (you know Bryan from over at Seasons of Constancy) are putting together a printed comic that will contain a four-page preview of greeneyes: "potassium". It's a riotous work that looks like it will be really spectacular, and I'm rather excited about it all. It's not every day you show up in the credits of a printed work, let alone one this cool. We also get to stick a one-page greeneyes ad in there, which I'm rushing to throw together right now. Check it check it out; at $3 you can't go wrong.

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