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July 12, 2012 @ 4:16 pm

This week was vicious.


May I enquire as to what made your week vicious?

Sure, I’m a bomb tech by trade, I clean up military ranges of munitions. We had a very stressful 4 days of demolition. I followed that with a 48hr bender as people in my field on the road have a tendancy to do. Now I don’t drink too often, but when I do they’re usually doozies like this. So 2 days ago I woke up and I noticed my feet had swelled up. This, understandably, freaked me the fuck out. So now I’m done, no more alcohol. Lesson learned. I wish I could be the guy that could just have a few but I’m not. I’m given to extremities.
So that’s my stressful week. Some stuff put upon me, but mostly what I put upon myself.


I’ve been trying to think of the right words to say this but I don’t know how to say anything other than that I’m the same way. I can’t stop at just a few either. I just keep going to there isn’t anything left to drink. The only way I can restrain myself is by not having any around me at all. Which is just another extremity in and of itself. I don’t know what to do about it, but you seem to have good plan of action.

I’m sad to see this hasn’t updated in a year, was there more of the graphic novel(s) done than this?

I guess I’ll step in and say something, as I have gotten in contact with Josh since Plan B stopped updating. The short answer to your question is yes. However, Josh may not ever upload it because the pages are in a unfinished limbo. At least until the end of this second act. So there will probably never be future updates.

As far why. Well, Josh is an artist and from what he told me a lot of the urge for working on Plan B came from wanting to learn and improve as an artist. When Josh felt he wasn’t learning anything anymore he moved on. If you go and follow the link to his Deviant Art account you can see that he is still drawing and creating art. Which he posts every so often.

It is sad to see that it stopped updating here. From what it seems this story is supposed to be told over 3 acts. It’s not all bad though because at the very least Josh is still making stuff. I guess if you’re trying to find a way view it positively; you could say this comic was just as much about Josh finding himself as what was happening on it’s pages. Just like Victor, he went and found his calling and is now where he wants to be.

(Wow, it feels weird to write something like that here after over a year. It probably is really weird. Anyways I hope answered your question fully enough.)

You did, although I was hoping that there was more to come; the story was very interestingly unusual compared what’s normally available in comics on the internet.

Any answer is a lot better than no answer though, so thank you.

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