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When a high school sophomore in 1976, I was foolish enough to attend prom
dateless while the girl I wanted to have taken attended with someone else.
During the evening I secured a promise that she would dance the next slow
song with me. When the band struck up Color My World she said, "I'll
dance with you the next one." There wasn't another slow song.
When I like a piece of music I'll listen to it over and over. When I started
drawing a cartoon a day - about two weeks previous to this prom - I picked
out the longest single piece I had in my collection so that I'd have to turn
the phonograph needle back least often while drawing. In that way the alltime
theme for my daily cartoons became the Ballet for a Girl from Buchanan
suite on Chicago II.
Color My World is one movement of Ballet for a Girl in
Buchanan. I try to draw about unhappiness in love every May 7.
Webcomics I read mornings:
General Protection Fault,
Scary Go Round,
Tux & Bunny,
College Roommates from Hell!!!,
Kevin & Kell
Webcomics I read M-W-F mornings:
El Goonish Shive,
Todd and Penguin,
Webcomics I read Tu-Th-Sa mornings:
Crap I Drew On My Lunch Break,
The Holy Bibble,
Webcomics I read evenings:
Count Your Sheep,
Pearls Before Swine,
For Better Or For Worse,
Dandy & Company,
Webcomics I read M-W-F evenings:
Order of the Stick,
Home on the Strange,
Webcomics I read Tu-Th-Sa evenings:
Casey & Andy,
Girls With Slingshots,
The Green Avenger,
Get Out of My Head,
Webcomics I read Sundays:
Dr. Devious vs Lincoln High,
Journey Into History,
No Room for Magic,
The Whovian Observer,
Perry Bible Fellowship
The Daily Grind Iron Man Challenge,
Talk About Comics,
Online Comics Day,
The Belfry Comics Index,
The Webcomic List,
100% Originality Theatre,
The Living Comic and
Arthuriana sources I use or recommend:
Arthuriana - the
Journal of Arthurian Studies; the website of the quarterly journal of the
North American Branch of the International Arthurian Society.
The Camelot Project at the University of Rochester.
Camelot In Four
Colors: A Survey of the Arthurian Legend in Comics
The Arthurian A2Z knowledge Bank which has encyclopedically-arranged
entries on the characters of the Arthurian legends.
Le Morte Darthur: Sir Thomas Malory's Book of King Arthur and of his Noble
Knights of the Round Table,
Volume 1 and