Propaganda. Toddspeed. Straight from the Pit of Hell.

Blinky and Sal is coming to an end. It’s been a fun ride. I still have several weeks left to get through before I move on to something new. But, for parties interested, there are three comic book collections out right now. Maybe one day later a fourth will come out with the final episodes.

Straight from the Pit of Hell is a sprawling collection from the comic’s undisciplined origins up through the first gags to appear on Patheos-NonReligious. Short gags concerning existential dread and whatnot as well as the longer stories “Luna,” “The Debt,” “Skin (it’s my party and owl cry if I want to)”, “The Spiderhouse Rules”, and “Pilgrim’s Digress”.

Toddspeed features more dark whimsy as well as the first appearances of Neil NeGrasse Bison and Tim the pervert tree. It also includes Spatsby’s near death experience mini-story.

Propaganda contains self-contained jokes and jabs and the much longer political time-travel saga concerning Mayor Clown Hitler’s rise to power. It also features the lighter mini-story of Blinky’s diet.

Perspective

Whew!

Blinky and Sal have been appearing twice weekly on Patheos-Nonreligious channel.

So much. Finally started Instagramming and using Reddit. Still keeping the Facebook page going too. Too many things. I feel as though this original place, The Big Insane Happy, has almost become moot. But I can’t bring myself to let it go. I’ll still be posting the odd comic here, but I’ll definitely be more active on the other platforms.

I’m really trying to get a printed compilation of Blinky and Sal. Thinking of getting a Kickstarter going for that. In the meantime, you can support me on Patreon.

Pilgrim’s Digress (the whole shebang)

Because the written ending felt underwhelming, I chose to tag on one more older comic for a somewhat more satisfying conclusion. Spatsby and Sal are kind of set in their ways, but Blinky needed to stay malleable and free to grow more as a character, hence the lackluster original resolution. It felt more fitting to use one of the first Blinky and Sal comics that really captured the spirit of the strip and Blinky’s ideology as a proper finale, I think.  
Originally seen on Patheos.

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