comics & art

czachaFinally, there has come the moment that I was waiting for a very long time – I can start a production diary for my own adventure game! Not because I have just put together a loose concept or created the first artwork, no. It is the right moment to begin writing about the game because I have now finished a working version of one of three acts of the full project – to be tweaked and released soon (next month) as a WIP demo. So, while much much work still needs to be done, even on the demo, from this moment on there will be always  some solid virtual entity to refer to. In other words, Frantic Franko now lives! (more…)


il5This little comic strip was originally created to sweeten the reading time for people brave enough to venture into my giant-sized, almost philosophical essay Gamer’s (illusion of) freedom about how games limit your actions to the extreme and make you love it. Still, the comic is a minor masterpiece in itself, so it should be made possible to be admired by everyone. (more…)

My adventure gaming and classic LucasArts obsessions drove me to creating a Sam & Max themed comic strip (instead of doing something original). som_samIt’s a very self-conscious production that uses the fact that it is a (friendly) rip-off to its benefit by creating a slightly pythonesque mockery out of it. Not to mention there is a certain “quality” about it that makes it unlike any previous Sam & Max adventure. Another benefit of using the dynamite duo was that the comic ended up being posted on aka The International House of Mojo (Thanks Gabez!) – The Dojo of all things LucasArts (from its glory days at least). They made it available Behind the Mojohere to be exact. I should post a high resolution version here -> . <- sometime. UPDATE! The high resolution is here already!