Two kids on a camping trip get separated from their parents by a zombie apocalypse. Lost in the Alaskan wilderness, they are rescued by a moose, who becomes their guardian against the shambling horde.

The Moose Riders, Page 6

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<a href=”http://www.left-bank.com/”>Left Bank Books</a> in St. Louis sponsored this <a href=”http://leftbankbooks.indiebound.com/event/jerry-holkins-mike-krahulik-splendid-magic-penny-arcade”>book signing thing</a> for Mike/Gabe and Jerry/Tycho of <a href=”http://www.penny-arcade.com/”>Penny Arcade</a> at the <a href=”http://www.madart.com/”>Mad Art Gallery</a> last week and I went and it was awesome. First off, Mad Art is housed in this old Art Deco Police Station, complete with holding cells–very cool stuff. […]

The Moose Riders, Page 7

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Beginning of a long flashback sequence here. Not entirely thrilled with the transition–switching to black and white for a flashback seems a bit heavy-handed, but it serves the purpose (and makes coloring go much faster). There’s an interview with me up over at stlwebcomics.org–not sure if there are any big revelations, but go ahead and read it […]