Since we are once again focused on wildlife and the spate of endured perils meted out by the apex predator community, I want to share with you something I discovered with the help of the Comics Curmudgeon. (Much like like Columbus “discovering” America… as in “Hey- who are all you indigenous peoples??”) We see below that James is quite the artist, this time not drawing a hapless, noisy Lynx, but rather a stealthy Cougar/Mountain Lion… Doesn’t look good the young pair, now does it??
But to the point above, and I warn you dear reader, scrolling down will bring you face to face with an image that will be very difficult to “unsee…”
James Allen has a Facebook page called the Adventurers Group, which Josh was tipped off to and I share his passage below. For those of you not on the Facebook, I couldn’t resist pulling out an image from the Great Dismal adventure that never made it into the daily strip… You can thank me later…
Hey everybody! This seems as good a time as any to cue you all in the existence of the Adventurers Group, a Facebook group run by new Mark Trail writer/artist and faithful Comics Curmudgeon reader James Allen! James will be posting some behind-the-scenes stuff from the strip in the group, so Mark Trail trufans (which I trust all of you are) will want to check it out. Maybe you can ask how long we’ll get to enjoy this red-hot beaver-on-beaver action in the strip — but no, that’s the sort of magic that can dissipate as soon as you look at it too closely.