slaywon:

in my comix class last semester one of the prompts we received was to write a comic where you interviewed yourself and all i could think about was talking to my dead ghost about a bunch of trivial useless shit that i was destined to face in my future. the student gov at my school was nice enough to give me a grant to print it so hopefully by the end of this month i should have a couple velum printed books and i’m pretty stoked
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slaywon:

in my comix class last semester one of the prompts we received was to write a comic where you interviewed yourself and all i could think about was talking to my dead ghost about a bunch of trivial useless shit that i was destined to face in my future. the student gov at my school was nice enough to give me a grant to print it so hopefully by the end of this month i should have a couple velum printed books and i’m pretty stoked
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slaywon:

in my comix class last semester one of the prompts we received was to write a comic where you interviewed yourself and all i could think about was talking to my dead ghost about a bunch of trivial useless shit that i was destined to face in my future. the student gov at my school was nice enough to give me a grant to print it so hopefully by the end of this month i should have a couple velum printed books and i’m pretty stoked
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slaywon:

in my comix class last semester one of the prompts we received was to write a comic where you interviewed yourself and all i could think about was talking to my dead ghost about a bunch of trivial useless shit that i was destined to face in my future. the student gov at my school was nice enough to give me a grant to print it so hopefully by the end of this month i should have a couple velum printed books and i’m pretty stoked
Zoom Info
slaywon:

in my comix class last semester one of the prompts we received was to write a comic where you interviewed yourself and all i could think about was talking to my dead ghost about a bunch of trivial useless shit that i was destined to face in my future. the student gov at my school was nice enough to give me a grant to print it so hopefully by the end of this month i should have a couple velum printed books and i’m pretty stoked
Zoom Info
slaywon:

in my comix class last semester one of the prompts we received was to write a comic where you interviewed yourself and all i could think about was talking to my dead ghost about a bunch of trivial useless shit that i was destined to face in my future. the student gov at my school was nice enough to give me a grant to print it so hopefully by the end of this month i should have a couple velum printed books and i’m pretty stoked
Zoom Info
slaywon:

in my comix class last semester one of the prompts we received was to write a comic where you interviewed yourself and all i could think about was talking to my dead ghost about a bunch of trivial useless shit that i was destined to face in my future. the student gov at my school was nice enough to give me a grant to print it so hopefully by the end of this month i should have a couple velum printed books and i’m pretty stoked
Zoom Info
slaywon:

in my comix class last semester one of the prompts we received was to write a comic where you interviewed yourself and all i could think about was talking to my dead ghost about a bunch of trivial useless shit that i was destined to face in my future. the student gov at my school was nice enough to give me a grant to print it so hopefully by the end of this month i should have a couple velum printed books and i’m pretty stoked
Zoom Info
slaywon:

in my comix class last semester one of the prompts we received was to write a comic where you interviewed yourself and all i could think about was talking to my dead ghost about a bunch of trivial useless shit that i was destined to face in my future. the student gov at my school was nice enough to give me a grant to print it so hopefully by the end of this month i should have a couple velum printed books and i’m pretty stoked
Zoom Info
slaywon:

in my comix class last semester one of the prompts we received was to write a comic where you interviewed yourself and all i could think about was talking to my dead ghost about a bunch of trivial useless shit that i was destined to face in my future. the student gov at my school was nice enough to give me a grant to print it so hopefully by the end of this month i should have a couple velum printed books and i’m pretty stoked
Zoom Info

slaywon:

in my comix class last semester one of the prompts we received was to write a comic where you interviewed yourself and all i could think about was talking to my dead ghost about a bunch of trivial useless shit that i was destined to face in my future. the student gov at my school was nice enough to give me a grant to print it so hopefully by the end of this month i should have a couple velum printed books and i’m pretty stoked

facts-i-just-made-up:

Scenes from L.A.’s growing magician problem.
7-7-14, Los Angeles. New graffiti was found at L.A.’s George Carlin High School today marking a new height in the occult graffiti epidemic that plagues the city.  Said L.A. Police Commissioner Crowley, “They say the chalk washes away but that’s not the problem here.  The issue is that these sigils are made by amateur occultists who don’t always know what they’re doing.  They mean to mark their ethereal turf but several of these alignments are capable of awakening Samael.”
Samael, last seen slaughtering the first born sons of Egypt, could not be reached for comment.  We at FIMJU wanted more expert testimony however so we invited the mummified head of Necromancer John Dee from its tomb in England for an interview. Said the archetypical wizard, “Where am I?  Why hast thou awakened me? Oh how I long to return to the sweet embrace of death, for my every moment awake is an eternity of pain!”
Troubling words indeed.

facts-i-just-made-up:

Scenes from L.A.’s growing magician problem.

7-7-14, Los Angeles. New graffiti was found at L.A.’s George Carlin High School today marking a new height in the occult graffiti epidemic that plagues the city.  Said L.A. Police Commissioner Crowley, “They say the chalk washes away but that’s not the problem here.  The issue is that these sigils are made by amateur occultists who don’t always know what they’re doing.  They mean to mark their ethereal turf but several of these alignments are capable of awakening Samael.”

Samael, last seen slaughtering the first born sons of Egypt, could not be reached for comment.  We at FIMJU wanted more expert testimony however so we invited the mummified head of Necromancer John Dee from its tomb in England for an interview. Said the archetypical wizard, “Where am I?  Why hast thou awakened me? Oh how I long to return to the sweet embrace of death, for my every moment awake is an eternity of pain!”

Troubling words indeed.