Posts by El Jaguar Origins
Ten new pages added to Chapter 4: Crossing
Fourteen new pages added to Chapter 3: The Cantina gallery
After a violent encounter with La Sirena and four federal policemen, our Hero flees north, with only the hope of vengeance keeping him alive.Read More
Fifteen new CANTINA pages
Fifteen new pages in progress. This is leading to the peak of the story conflict; our Hero is faced with a malevolent force he cannot fight let alone defeat. There are still 13 more pages in this sequence before we hit the turning point for the Hero, sending him north to try and find his…Read More
El Jaguár Live Reading at the Healdsburg Author’s Expo!
El Jaguár will be at this year’s Local Author’s Expo, hosted in Healdsburg this Saturday, April 27. Writer Shirley Johnston will be reading the “Tecate Kids” excerpt from the work, starting at 4:36 pm. Artist Brent Anderson will also be in attendance. The Local Author’s Expo can be found at 139 Piper Street, Healdsburg, and…Read More
El Jaguár at the Latino Comics Expo!
Friday and Saturday, March 15-16, El Jaguár will be in Modesto, as part of the Latino Comics Expo being hosted by the Modesto Junior College. Look for us on the show floor on Saturday, or find us at our table on Friday. More information about the Latino Comics Expo can be found at their website:…Read More
My Experience with the Desert (by Brent Anderson)
I grew up afraid of the desert. I was taught to be afraid of the desert. On TV and in the movies it is a vast, dry, waterless expanse, devoid of life, a No-Man’s Land never to be entered under any circumstances. It is a place where crawling, dying pioneers gasp for water with their…Read More