I should start off by saying that, considering what my interests are, I’m probably not the best person to answer this question. Of course we should care about the Cambrian Period, it’s cool! Uber-cool! But in all honesty, if I were to walk up to the majority of people and ask them whether they thought [...]
Note: Sorry about the late posting. I almost got it online before the clock ran out on Saturday!
Yesterday I got around to uploading the missing Walcott’s Quarry comics I mentioned a while ago. Every comic is now present in its proper place in the archive, for your enjoyment. I thought I’d use this post to just congratulate myself for keeping the comic going for the last 23 weeks. Coming up on the [...]
This is the conclusion of the Chengjiang series. It feels weird to go back to the Burgess Shale background after working with the Chengjiang one for a few comics.
It looks like the Chengjiang series is going to run four comics, not three. Come back next week for the exciting conclusion!
According to a new study from the good folks at McMaster University, the last of the mighty Woolly Mammoths, which lived between 40,000 and 4,000 years ago, originated in North America, before spreading to northern Europe across Berisia. In the DNA-based study, Hendrick Poinar (Assoc. Professor of Anthropology, and Pathology & Molecular Medicine) and Régis [...]
Walcott continues his trip to Chenjiang in this comic, part two in a three part series.
I’m finally up and running in Quebec, so I thought I’d post a short note to let you all know. Longer, more exciting posts will follow in the days to come.