Friends learning to be better people through gaming
And better gamers through life's lessons.

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I drew this last week actually and forgot to get it posted. I had a tire Blow Out on the highway on my way to work. We're moving, so my trunk was completely full of stuff (hilariously enough, Board Games, Role Playing Game Books, and Other Assorted Gaming Paraphernalia) which I had to move out of the way, to get to my spare. I was moving things from the trunk to the back seat when a friendly neighborhood cop pulled up (This particular highway is in the middle of nowhere, so no neighborhood to be seen).

He pretty much changed the tire for me, although I am perfectly capable of doing so myself. And he ran my plates just to make sure I wasn't wanted or anything like that. I was grateful, because I've never changed a tire wearing a Kilt before. The spare was almost completely flat, so I limped it to a Tire shop and $500 later I was back on the road. I was only Three hours late to work, no biggie. I had been putting in 10 hour shifts because I needed Friday off to go to a wedding a state away, and we were leaving that night. So I was a few hours short, I'll make them up sometime after the move I suppose, because I'm working 10's again, so I can take a day off for the Big Move, since our weekends are already full for half the summer.


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  • GUY GAXMON looking stressed, holding a paper with the word bill on it. I know they're kids and bills aren't really part of their lives. but that's what I had on my mind at the time.

The Web Series

When I was a kid, there were a ton of values based programs on television. I would venture to say that, a lot of that programming helped contribute to my being a good person. There are the obvious examples: Mr. Rogers, School House Rock, Reading Rainbow. . . But there were also plenty of others, that you may not have thought to categorize that way: Transformers, G.I. Joe, . . . Dungeons and Dragons. They all contained messages about being good to one another, being truthful, honest, honorable, etc. --They were pretty overt about it, and it was contained in programming that was adventurous and fun.

I would like to create an 80's style animated show that is values based and entertaining for kids, and adults.

We're All Game features an ensemble cast of School Age friends learning how to be better people through gaming, and learning to be better gamers through lessons learned in life.


The Web Comic

Right now I'm just one person, with no budget--We're All Game was conceptualized as an animated series, but for now I'm going to start with a web comic.