Dusters 28 – Politics

February 25, 2015

This entry is part 29 of 35 in the series Dusters

by Judson AKA GUDoug

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Greetings everyone!  On this week’s Dusters Remo uses politics to influence the game. As always I hope you enjoy the comic.

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This entry is part 27 of 35 in the series Dusters

by Judson AKA GUDoug

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Greetings everyone!  On this week’s Dusters the guys play outside.

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This entry is part 24 of 35 in the series Dusters

by Judson AKA GUDoug

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Greetings everyone!  On this week’s Dusters I decided to make a follow up to last week’s comic on land destruction. As always I hope you enjoy the comic.

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Help Wanted

January 27, 2013

Posted by William aka BlueRam

 

 

 

 

Do you like comics and/or puzzles? I know I do!

COMIC ARTISTS

There are plenty of comics on the intertronz for magic content (such as our guy David Lee and his Durdling Around series), but there could always be more! Specifically, we could always use more comics just for Commander players. That’s where YOU come in!

Right now, we’re looking for someone who’d be willing to do a weekly comic series for Commandercast (with normal submission rules applying). Of course it’d be on a volunteer basis since we don’t have any monies to pass out, but it’d be a great chance for some exposure and to show off to the internet that you’re not just a lurker,  you’re a content producer!

Topics can range from individual cards to crazy commander stories to stuff that’s happened on the podcast (I’m a big proponent of that last one)! As long as it’s Commander related, it’s got the go ahead.

I am looking for more QUALITY works, so do keep that mind as you’re submitting. If you don’t think that you could keep up the workload on a weekly schedule though, if the work’s good enough I’d be willing to take it on as a bi-monthly or monthly series.

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