Colors by Ian Sokoliwski.
Late last night, I updated some of the back-end software on the site (WordPress plugins), and since then, random pages of the comic (actually, random images all over the site) don’t seem to be showing up, at least, not in my browsers. It looks like the links are broken, and, being a pseudo-luddite, I can’t figure out how to repair them. Hopefully, it will either correct itself, or a new update will repair the problem.
So, if any of you are experiencing this… it’s not just you.
I’ll continue to try and fix it. (Oh, and maybe it should go without saying, but if anyone out there is a WordPress/Comics Easel guru, I’d sure appreciate some help!)
UPDATE: Thanks to the kind assistance of Philip M. Hofer, author of the Comic Easel plugin that I use on this site, the issue appears to have been resolved.
It’s that time of year again: convention season. If any POPX readers are attending HeroesCon in Charlotte, NC this weekend, stop by co-creator/artist Gene Gonzales‘ table and let him know how much you’re enjoying Perils On Planet X!
You’ll find him in Artist Alley at table number AA-1505. Tell him Donovan Hawke sent you!
For those who may be interested, I’ve just added the sanguinary Baron Drykos to the Characters page. As the Planet X saga continues, and new characters are introduced to the story, I’ll continue to add entries on some of the more significant ones to the page so new readers can get a quick fix on who everyone is.
By the way, have any of you recognized the cinematic inspiration for the Baron’s black leather outfit?
Here’s wishing a very happy birthday to my uber-talented collaborator, genius Gene Gonzales! Why not celebrate Gene’s big day by catching up with the interplanetary adventures, thrills and Gonzales glamor of Perils On Planet X?
Have a great day, partner!
I wanted to take a moment and acknowledge the 80th anniversary of cartoonist Alex Raymond‘s seminal interplanetary adventure comic strip, Flash Gordon, which debuted on this date in 1934. I don’t think it’s any secret that Flash, in its many incarnations (comic strip, comic books, novels, TV shows, movie serials and feature film) has been – and continues to be – a major inspiration for Perils On Planet X…