Projects

"Spire City Noir"
"Spire City Noir Anthology"
"Spire City/Johnny Saturn Series Bible"
"Johnny Saturn No 18"
"Johnny Saturn Planar Eclipse"
"Medieval Book of Lists"
"Name of the Shadow"
"Requiem"

Lessons Learned as an Artist

I love art, and my enthusiasm shows. I’m always happy to share my knowledge and help other artists grow. I don’t believe in hoarding knowledge and looking back in fear of those who might (and often do) overtake me . . . I believe in generosity.

Here are my primary beliefs when it comes to […]

Lesson Remembered

I’m pretty good at being miserable.

Conversely, I’m terrible at being happy.

The thing is, it doesn’t have to be that way.

For the last few decades or so, I’ve been pretty good at turning my glass-half-empty world into a glass-half-full one. I’ve learned to take a different stance on my problems, a position where […]

Hanging Out With The Cat

Hey, Folks:

After lovely July 3 spent with my even more lovely wife, Benita, I’m now settled into my easy chair for the evening with my cat, Dylan. Pollen is floating through the air freely here in Central Indiana, so said feline is breathing and weezing loudly. For those who do not remember, this cat […]

Greetings, Salutations, Hola, Hello, Hi

Hey You, It’s Me–Yo!

Greetings from the great Midwest, the home of overly entitled and yet strangely polite people.

In the past, I would have written reviews of movies I’d recently seen, such as Wonder Woman (extremely good) and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2(also extremely good). I’d have shared my thoughts about the writing, […]

Around the Globe in 80 Videos. . .

Greetings, Friends, Colleagues, and Random Witnesses:

My name is Scott Angus Story, and I’m an indie writer, illustrator, cartoonist, and all-around rapscallion. I’ve drawn comics for lots of publishers, done lots of freelance illustrations for a zillion customers, and I also write novels and short stories. You can go to this blog’s link page and […]

Midnight Rambler

Greetings and Hello, My Friends:

There is an interview with me on the Pen & Cape Society’s podcast, Throwing the Gun. It’s a pretty good conversation, really, as Jim Zoetewey proves to be a good interviewer. I had sort of given up that this would ever come out because it took about five months, but […]

Timing, Reviews, etc.

There is a time for promotion, and a time for creating new material. For the past year and a half, more or less, I’ve been doing nothing but promoting. Nor for a turnabout. For the rest of the year I’ll be creating new content. That means prose, posters, maybe even new comics. I’m feeling pretty […]

Sneak Peek

Hi, Folks–Here’s a sneak peek of the as yet uncolored cover to Spire City Noir no. 2. Art by Steve Doty, Inks by Mike Vlasity, and colorist tbd. (Note: The blue tint is only there to make the other elements pop. It’s a temporary thing.)

Liminal Reflections

Good Morning, Friends & Readers!

It’s a dark and stormy morning here in the Midwest, and a good time for personal reflection. This is not a blog post about publishing efforts and events.

For the last two-and-a-half years I’ve put most of my creative pursuit time into packaging and promoting projects I have completed already. […]

Publishing News!

Hello, Brave Readers!

It is I, Scott, here with news of heroic publishing and daring do!

I just hit the “publish” button on Amazon.com’s Kindle book listing of “Johnny Saturn: Intelligent Redesign.” It warns that it takes about 72 hours to post, and longer than that to get matched up with its print edition. It’s […]

Keywords, Fringe, Media, and Guided View

Hello, Most Excellent Readers!

I’m taking advantage of one of my days off today, and getting a bunch of things finished or (in some cases) begun.

 

Johnny Saturn: Intelligent Redesign

On this graphic novel, I’ve finished the Guided View Kindle edition, and I’ve already uploaded to Drivethrucomics this morning. I’ve got ths edition […]

Miscellaneous Errata

Hello, Friends!

I like to keep you up with my creative pursuits, but this has been a week without much of that. Work has been physically challenging, and I’ve been doing things I didn’t think my muscles were capable of, but it has left me worn out. Having said that, I do cram a lot […]