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"

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 […]

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 […]

Sometimes I’m Quiet, Sometimes I Talk A Lot

Hello, my fabulous friends and conspicuous confreres!

If any of you would do me the honor of reviewing my by graphic novels on Amazon.com, I will send you the download links free of charge. This way, you can read these books as PDFs, CBZs, or Kindle books (which have the wonderful guided-view function and […]

Spire City Noir No 1 Available

After many delays, “Spire City Noir” no. 1 is available. You can only get it right now on Drivethrucomics.com as a PDF or CBZ, but soon the hard copy will be available from Indyplanet.com and the guided-view version from Comixology.

This full-color, standalone issue comic is written and colored by Scott A. Story, penciled and […]

Midwest Musings, Near Naptown

By Les Lindon Garner

All three Johnny Saturn trade paperbacks are now for sale for 19.95 each. This is a $5.00 saving on Johnny Saturn: Homeland Insecurity, $10.00 on Johnny Saturn: Intelligent Redesign. The Kindle editions are still $7.99 each.

Today I’m putting out Johnny Saturn: Intelligent Redesign as a PDF and CBZ on […]

Hello from the Midwest, Where Politeness runs unchecked

There is lots of stuff going on, my fine friends and capable compadres.

My interview with Jim Zoetewey of the Pen n Cape Society’s podcast “Throwing the Gun” was grounded due to sound issues. This is a good thing, because in retrospect I realized that I was already exhausted from a long day at work […]