The first half of the latest comic update (I'll post the rest shortly). I'm sorry these are always later than I anticipate. I don't mean to make faulty projections - these just take an exceedingly long time to produce sometimes.
All prior pages are most easily read in the Archive.
The four most recent Lackadaisy pages. Sorry they're so few and far between. Always wishing I had more time for this thing.
(The Palmer Raids mentioned in the text were something of an extension of the Red Scare and a brand of xenophobia stoked by the Great War. In 1919 and 1920, under then Attourney General Alexander Palmer, thousands of individuals were arrested, detained and in some cases deported, often for mere association with leftist organizations.)
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Four new pages - some violence included. These took too long to get done and I'm sorry about that. Summer was crunch mode time at work.
Defiance is actually very picturesque, and these days it's the closest thing to wine country eastern Missouri has. It's still host to a lot of corn, though...and bugs. So many bugs. A springhouse is a stone storage building constructed over running water - old-fashioned, rural refrigeration. ---------
Three pages. I'll post another three pages here tomorrow.
Sorry these are so late. Instead of being productive during my holiday vacation from work, I was sick.
Also, probably worth noting, my publisher is looking to hire a graphic designer or two for paid contract work. If you are interested in submitting samples of your work, you can read more about that here.