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Elayne Riggs

Elayne Riggs is the creator of the popular blog Pen-Elayne on the Web. She was a founding member of Friends of Lulu, an organization dedicated to increasing the involvement of girls and women in comics, as readers and creators. She is married to inker Robin Riggs, with whom she shares two cats, and has odd love/hate relationship with Hillary Clinton.

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16 Responses

  1. John Ostrander says:

    Wheatley and Hempel at the same site on the same week? Are we preparing for a MARS relaunch?

    • Glenn Hauman says:

      Hey, do we start rumors about you doing new Wasteland stories?Hmm… maybe we should.

    • MARK WHEATLEY says:

      New MARS would be fun – assuming I can get that TIME WARP working and Marc and I can find some additional time. EZ STREET is keeping me busy at the moment. Well – that and THE MIGHTY MOTOR-SAPIENS over at and a few other projects. Comics would be so much easier to do if they didn't take so much TIME!

    • Mike Gold says:

      Jupiter, son. Jupiter.

  2. Matt Mako says:

    Let me just say that an ear to ear smile is in order. More Munden's

  3. David Gallaher says:

    Why is there such a lag in the CM reader when I try to enlarge the images? I'm on a high speed connection.

  4. Joanna Estep says:

    Love it! Marc, you inspire me. Aways.

  5. Eric Gimlin says:

    I honestly believe Grimjack was one of the all-time great comic books in its original run; right up there with, say, The Spirit, Sugar & Spike, or Sandman. And what pushed it beyond the category of just very, very, good was the Munden's Bar stories. Cynosure was too big an idea to use for just Gaunt; but the backups let you build and explore the world you created. It let you and everybody play around with Cynosure and freed up the main story to tell about Grimjack. So, as much as I've enjoyed the return of Gaunt, it didn't feel like things were back up to speed quite.Now they are. Grimjack needs Munden's and vice versa; now that we have both back I know there is no limit at all to what you can show us. It's a good feeling; thank you.

  6. Elayne Riggs says:

    Someone ought to alert Neil Gaiman about this so he can mention it on his blog…

    • Neil says:

      Another great Munden's Bar installment. I filled out the e-mail form on Neil Gaiman's site so he should have at least one notification about this. He hasn't mentioned it yet. – Neil Ottenstein

  7. Hall442 says:

    ROFL! Awesome. I could use a good "Sleep of the Dead." :)Except my dreams are nowhere near as exciting, for some odd reason…Excellent! Can't wait for the next installment!

  8. Neil says:

    Neil Gaiman just put up a link to this on his journal.

  9. Bill Peschel says:

    Lovely bit. Just came over from Neil's site. Is this a published comic? Is there a series?

    • Russ Rogers says:

      Yes to both questions. Munden's Bar first appeared as a back-up feature in First Comics' GrimJack. There have been printed Munden's Bar Specials as well. Now, Munden's Bar is a continuing series here on ComicMix, showcasing a variety of guest writers and artists, but most notably original creator and writer John Ostrander.

  10. BookGeekGrrl says:

    The JC Penney tag made me spit coffee all over the monitor. Excellent job, gentlemen!

  11. EmilyB says:

    Nice. And love the JC Penney tag and the lament of being trendy. Also, Fishbourne Morpheus REALLY looks good so kudos to the artist!