Submitted by grantcthomas on June 30, 2008 - 10:46
Submitted by grantcthomas on June 26, 2008 - 22:20
Red Eyed Johnny is America's first nationwide webcomic rehab program, working on building a musical skillset as a means to curb the depressing future of constant feelings of inadequacy for not updating enough or writing witty blog posts to keep readers interested.
Submitted by grantcthomas on June 5, 2008 - 09:44
Submitted by grantcthomas on June 1, 2008 - 14:05
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Submitted by grantcthomas on May 24, 2008 - 10:17
All right- with work as crazy as it always is this time of year, I put up a pretty small update for this month and I'm planning on putting up a four page update next week instead of my usual six page update. I'll probably keep updates at four pages for a while until I get my buffer back up.
Now that the comic is back up and running for a few months, my question is, do you like the monthly updates in one chunk, or would you rather I just post one a week?
Submitted by grantcthomas on May 23, 2008 - 17:54
Fabricari saw my last post about the music that inspired the first chapter of My Life in Records and suggested I try out this little mixtape widget. So here's a mix with all the music alluded to in the Prologue.
Submitted by grantcthomas on April 30, 2008 - 12:02
I've been thinking a lot about a panel discussion between Douglas Rushkoff and Scott McCloud at NY Comic Con I heard via the Daily Crosshatch blog. (You can download the whole audio file from their site or watch highlights on the YouTube videos embedded into the post.)
Submitted by grantcthomas on April 6, 2008 - 08:51
After relaunching in December, My Life in Records has been updating the first Sunday of each month with six new pages.
Chapter 2 starts today and tells the story about the boy's obsession with a Christmas record- so obsessed that they listen to it in the middle of July! You'll also find out in this installment, just how the nativity set was broken.
Submitted by grantcthomas on January 13, 2008 - 18:16
My Life in Records is back and the second installment is now available for you to read here. (If you missed last month's re-launch it can be found here.) Seven brand new full color pages introduce three brothers and their love for a Fisher Price record player.