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Webcomic profile: Supermassive Black Hole A*
Supermassive Black Hole A*
The hard sci-fi webcomic.
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Language: English
Genre: Science-fiction
Activity status: Active
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Last update: Yesterday, 6:00 AM
Number of comics: 2867
Number of subscribers: 187
Visitors: 105341 visitors (1040429 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.99 (3269 votes)

Webcomic description

Stories from the center of our galaxy, where energy is abundant and life is cheap.


Just a dude makin' comics.

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Spent the evening a-fussin' and a-feudin' with Firefox. Time to go sign back in to all my web sites again! ^_^
Left on Ep. 37, Page 8
2 days ago
Hey it's Wednesday so let's pick out another of my favorite remaining pages of A* original art and put it on sale for a week starting at just $16.99 instead of its usual old boring $50. This week's 16" x 6.75" watercolor piece is the art I made for A* ep 34, pg 33, in which a very irritated Selenis scowls from the cell in which she was impounded in a distant space station. The auction is right here on eBay with hi-res images; here's a small preview:

This scene has some of the darkest backgrounds I've done, and somehow they managed to fit together here around the figure, in nice bold colors, in what I think is one of the better layouts and poses I've managed, and all with a rough, direct simplicity that I wish I could pull off every time. I do remember the pose taking a heck of a lot of erasing to get down. ^_^

Well, I hope some of you like it as much as I do. Thanks for checking it out! : D The sale runs for just one week, remember! And if that one doesn't *quite* get you, well, the latest week's worth of brand new A* watercolor pages are also available at that same first-week-only starting sale price, all under my eBay listings.
Left on Ep. 37, Page 7
3 days ago
The Washington Post: 2.58 million cubic feet of contaminated soil from 1940s and '50s bomb tests was dumped in a crater on a Pacific island, covered with a concrete lid, and left there since 1980, unlabelled and unguarded, with seawater free to seep in through the dirt floor of the crater.
Left on Ep. 37, Page 6
4 days ago
Episode 36 of the comic wrapped up last week, and over the weekend I got it put together in downloadable e-book form, which you can find over on the episodes & e-books page. (Patreon supporters at the e-book level and higher will be receiving the download link for their complimentary copy at the beginning of next month. : )
Left on Ep. 37, Page 5
One week ago
Running late here at the end of the week (paintings don't always go the way you planned them—but I guess it would be boring if they did!) so I'll just say thank you very much for reading! See you Monday. : )
Left on Ep. 37, Page 4