Tales of the Late Cretaceous

A dinosaur comic by Jim Lawson

All content copyright 2011 Jim Lawson

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

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  1. Rad. :) Thanks for deciding to make this available. I hope it'll see physical print eventually.

  2. Thank you very much, Jim! I really love PALEO series and glad to read long awaited LONER story!

    Of course, I'd prefer to buy the actual book, but more important - you've decided not to keep the story in your desk. Thank you again!

    I'm definitely looking forward for the new pages ;)

    P.S. And I believe, it will be to the point =)


  3. Jim!

    I am thrilled to finally see Loner available in some format as I myself have at times wondered what happened with it!

    I very much look forward to being able to read this story!!

  4. Yay! Just randomly decided to check out your old blog today! What a treat.

  5. Hey Jim! Glad to see you active again! Hope all's well with you.

    Love Paleo; looking forward to this new story.

    Are you on Twitter? Could be a fun way to connect with fans!

  6. No- I'm not on Twitter (I can barely figure out Blogger).

    I attended a small local comic book show about a month and a half ago and met this kid whose name is Colin Panetta. Besides being a web designer, he also does a book named Dead Man Holiday. Anyways, he has graciously offered to design me a website and hopefully that will be up and running within the next few weeks.
    My point is- Colin has suggested that I include as my web presence some sort of interactivity- with Facebook being the most likely place I'll end up.
    As a last note, check out DMH. Colin's a wicked talented guy and his book left me somewhat bewildered but in a good way- I'm a fan of ambiguity (done right) and stories that make the reader think.

  7. Hi Jim. Glad to see this getting out. Obviously I'd prefer a print version, but this will do until that comes along.

  8. It's awesome to finally have some more Paleo to read. Great opening page - I can't wait to read the rest!

  9. Twitter's secret weapon is immediacy. You can interact in realtime in ways that simply aren't possible using Facebook, etc. Also, you can easily link it to Facebook so that your tweets automatically post there as well. Anyway, not to try to force the point, just explaining why I think it would be cool!

    Hit me up on email if you ever want any free tech help. I do IT support when I'm not harassing comic creators. (This is Austin, the Axe Cop guy).

  10. I will definitely look for you on Facebook now (I can't deal with Twitter either-- I think I'm ADD enough as it is without that constant flow of odd info)
    This is great, btw!

  11. the twittering we can do , spreading the word that the loner is here :)
    good luck and thanks very much for that surprising morning tea comic.

    one thing, it is a bit sad you deleted your archive. there was some really great stuff and i always enjoyed to take a look or two.

    if you get a webpage, try to make sure you can add some of that older stuff aswell.
    fingers crossing,

  12. Glad to hear about the coming website! Can't wait to see more from you!

  13. *finds comic, finds the first page, starts to read* I'm severely late to the party I see...