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Strip 262 -- First Seen: 2009-09-15
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Deadline Extended, Oh My!

Roswell, Texas Delux cover

We've extended our Indiegogo campaign to raise money to print a maximum of 500 copies of the hard bound, full color, deluxe edition of the alt-history adventure: Roswell, Texas. We figured folks might need a little more time to get in on what is sure to be a highly collectable collectable. And one hell-of-a coffee table conversation starter.

Stay tuned for more announcements!

Roswell, Texas Rides Again Indiegogo Campaign


Roswell,Texas Rides Again!

Roswell, Texas Rides Again Indiegogo Campaign

The clock is ticking now, as we launch our Indiegogo campaign to raise money to print a hard bound, full color, limited edition of Roswell, Texas. We are printing only a maximum of 500 copies of this edition, and you have 30 days to help us reach our goal. To contribute to our campaign and get your very own limited copy, click on the art to the left or the link below.

And don't forget to tell your friends (after you've secured your own copy of course). Stay tuned for more announcements!

Roswell, Texas Rides Again Indiegogo Campaign


The Transcript For This Page

Panel 1
Two-shot of Reggie and Dr. Peña. Peña is still looking hostile, but is listening.

Reggie: In the late 20th Century there was a 'psychic' who claimed to be able to bend spoons and perform other miracles, with only the power of his mind.

Panel 2
Flashback panel. The psychic in question (make him lanky, with a long, clean-shaven face, large nose, and give him black bushy hair) is sitting in a chair with electrodes taped to his forehead and various circa-1975 technical gear and some very intent-looking scientists.

Caption (Reggie): 'When scientists examined him, they looked for what forces in nature could be at work.

Caption (Reggie): 'The idea that this guy was actively misleading them, never crossed their minds. They were mystified.

Panel 3
Medium shot of James Randi, the famous paranormal debunker, sitting in an audience with a few other men of various ages, with his arms crossed, one eyebrow raised (Spock-like), and a smirk. The other men also have similar (but not identical) expressions.

Caption (Reggie): 'When professional magicians watched his performance, they immediately saw how he did it.

Caption (Reggie): 'And brother, it wasn't his mind. It was no more than a very primitive sleight of hand.'

Panel 4
Back to the 'present.' Reggie spreads his arms as he makes his point.

Reggie: Great magicians headline at the Rio in Vegas, mediocre ones become 'psychics.'



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