April 10th, 2011
We didn’t die or forget about you. But we are working like mad on some other projects right now. In fact the whole crew will be out at Pittsburgh Comicon on April 15-17 so come by and see us if you’re in the area.
We will have several cool things like new prints and DVDs of the Phenomena webseries.
- Stephen, David, Mark and Lew.
January 23rd, 2010
I have some difficult news readers. As we mentioned previously, Our Last Gasp was preparing to relaunch with a new focus and art style. Unfortunately, that will will not happen. David and I, as well as Mark our silent partner, have had an incredible time working on OLG for the last 18 months, but we’re at an end. As you may know, OLG is one of many projects we work on (like the live action comedy horror webseries Phenomena). We simply have reached a point where we need to look at how much we can do (and do well).
We’re very proud of our work and the emails we received this week asking how things were going really touched us. While it is unlikely we will return to these rooms, I am never one to slam close a door.
We will, however, be moving on to new projects and we look forward to entertaining you again. In the meantime, if you haven’t checked out Phenomena and the wonderful, cheese-tastic, awesomeness that it is, please do. And tell your friends.
Thank you for reading.
- Stephen, David, and Mark
December 4th, 2009
So, here we are smack dab in the middle of a full blown crisis. Well, sorta. I mentioned earlier this week that we were working on some re-tooling for Our Last Gasp. And we have our direction. Now we just need a bit of time to get it all put together. And that will be after the first of the year. Our Last Gasp webcomic will return on Monday January 4th. With a revamped look and tone. All for the better we feel.
In the meantime, we wanted to keep up with our daily strip… so we have found a great solution. We’ll still be posting a new comic everyday as we have been, but we’re going to be publishing on the web for the first time David’s comic strip from his college newspaper. So we’ll see you in just two days for our first visit with Max the Bear.
- Stephen, David, and Mark
December 1st, 2009
Delos over at ArtPatient.com did a nice review of Our Last Gasp this week. Good or bad, I appreciate hearing what other people think about our work (it’s a postive review BTW). I think indifference is the thing that sucks the most. Jump over and read it when you have a chance, he covers the first 300 strips (thorugh last week). Read it here.
This review comes at one of those interesting moments. We’re taking a look back at where we’ve been and where we are going with Our Last Gasp. So it’s nice to get a readers perspective.
November 30th, 2009
So, I have returned home after leaving David and Mark to watch over the OLG store. It was nice to get an update on our old friend Rankle the raccoon weasel. Thanks guys! I really like the art style David used last week. I’m thinking we may need to bring that into the everyday OLG story. What do ya’ll think?
On another note. We should take a moment to note that we hit 300 strips for Our Last Gasp. Woo-hoo! It’s really hard to think about that. Like I’ve said before, I know we are not the first to reach this milestone, but it is still a lot of effort. We have posted a late a few days, but haven’t missed a Monday to Friday in all that time. I hope everyone has been enjoying the ride.
That said, I think the proverbial winds of change are coming.