Think the idea of a methane explosion is far fetched?
Hey, think the idea of a methane explosion is far fetched? The permafrost in Siberia is leaking huge quantities right now and it's really ratcheted up recently. YouTube videos of... Read more
Looks like trouble
And here it is - the moment when Harold brings Monty and Maureen into his troubles at MicroGreen, which are only just beginning.
Global warming is real site likes The Big Belch
There have been a couple favorable mentions recently about The Big Belchfrom sites concerned about global warming. This is good as I'm mighty concerned about global warming too, as... Read more
The Big Belch becomes a Kickstarter comics pick
It's so great - Kickstarter staff chose The Big Belch as one of its picks in the comics category. It's a very nice boost. Thank you Kickstarter.
Link to... Read more
Full page Big Belch art – poor Harold’s troubles start
Been working hard on The Big Belchand here's a full pager continuing with how Harold gets into the world threatening mess and drags in the whole Cane and Able... Read more
The real Big Belch link
Someone very kindly pointed out that the link I had for The Big BelchKickstarter project on a recent update didn't actually go there. I apologize for that.... Read more
Spreading the word
Here's an update on some pretty nice things that have been happening this week with The Big Belch. Some bloggers have picked up on The Big Belchand... Read more
Harold's story starts
Here's a couple The Big Belch updates smushed together.
First is news that a New Zealand environmental blog, celsias, is featuring the work. I think it's really cool... Read more
Just a reminder
Just a reminder, please check out my new Kickstarter project, The Big Belch graphic novel.
All the best,
Two baby boomers, a parrot, and a French bulldog save the world
Hi past Kickstarter supporters,
Will a major oil company's greed and foolishness spawn an environmental disaster so serious it could threaten the earth itself? And can this horror be foiled... Read more
Peace On Earth
Here's Season's Greetings from the main characters in my graphic novel, The Big Belch. And from me, too.
Getting A Late (And Quirky) Start As A Novelist
In the last update I told you about Mike's new Fifteen Feet Beneath Manhattan novel, and I thought you might like to know little bit more about him. This... Read more
Michael Silverstein, Former Kickstarter-funded 'Coot Avenger,' has an op-ed in the Philadelphia Inquirer today
Posted: Tue, Aug. 28, 2012, 3:01 AM
Pay for your own party
By Michael Silverstein
In 1996, I was the vice presidential nominee of the American Art Party. My experience... Read more
Former Kickstarter-funded 'Coot Avenger' Michael Silverstein's new book, Fifteen Feet Beneath Manhattan, is getting five stars on amazon.com.
Former Kickstarter-funded 'Coot Avenger' Michael Silverstein's new book, Fifteen Feet Beneath Manhattan, is getting five stars on amazon.com. It's available both in print and ebook on Amazon.
Reviewers have... Read more
Hey there – the “Origins of the Coot Avengers” mini-comics and assorted other rewards have been mailed. We hope you like them. Please let us know if you haven’t gotten... Read more
So what'd you think?
The Origins of the Coot Avengers is at the printer.
If you haven't already sent us your address, please do so that we can send you your min-comic when it's back from the printer. Our email is email@example.com. And once... Read more
We should, if all goes according to plan, have the mini-comic to the printer early next week. I hope, I hope. Shortly thereafter we can start sending them out. Here's... Read more
To all of our lovely Kickstarter supporters, you can send your address information directly to us at:
Coots on Oprah Blog Post
The Oprah blog ran a post about the Coot Avengers today – 8/20/11. We’re amazed and so happy that they chose to write about the Coot Avengers. Click on the... Read more
Madge teaches self-defense
Madge teaches self-defense at the local senior-center - which might be closed soon.
A new drawing for "The Origins of the Coot Avengers" min-comic.
Granny has agreed to rent part of her warehouse to Frank for his gym. Frank is working hard to get this space into shape. As he works, a woman named... Read more
Granny and Lockjaw Meet Frank
Granny and Lockjaw meet Frank – a potential new tenant in the run down warehouse that is her only remaining asset. She moved there after her home was foreclosed on.... Read more
Granny is comforted by her sons.
Sometimes bad things happen, but Granny's sons are a comfort to her.
Moving Day - drawing from "The Origins of the Coot Avengers"
After her house was foreclosed on, along with her trusty Rottweiler, Lockjaw, and Fletcher the parrot, Granny moves to a seedy part of town.
Listen to a new radio interview with one of the Coot Avengers creators
creators, Kay Wood, and Mary Eileen Williams on the Feisty Side of Fifty blog talk radio.
Granny also has a dog
Granny and her dog, Lockjaw
This is a drawing from our new minicomic, The Origins of the Coot Avengers.