So… I know some of you might be wondering “When did this comic turn into such a soap opera?” “Where’s the humor?” Well, like most things on the comic, I throw it on the wall and see if it sticks. For the most part I see Bohemian Nights as a light-hearted look at people in their twenties, but I got to admit once in a while I really want to sink my teeth into some serious character and plot developments. The Beth and Emrys storyline is one of those times, and it’s been leading up to this for a long time. It doesn’t mean I’m not going to try to entertain with some humor anymore, but once in a while be prepared for some more down to earth elements. The comic is still growing and I’m still trying to find my balance in all things here.  Feel free to let me know what you think, too. That’s what the comment section down below is for. How can I improve the comic? What would you like more of or less of? I’ll always try to respond.

Or, if you’re in the Southern California area April 3-5th, come on down to Wondercon and see me in person. Let me know what you think.  I’ll have stacks of Bohemian Nights introduction books available, as well as mugs, flasks and original sketches for sale. Not to mention a crap load of Drinker’s Hell games!!!  (I use to live down there… I know how much you guys love to drink!)  I’ll be at Table E2 in the Artist Alley section when you first walk in (although I’m way off to the side, so don’t miss me) Here’s a map of the huge layout! (I’m the table circled in red) –and here’s a final challenge. You come cosplaying as one of my characters, you get a free signed book! (But don’t let that deter you, please come by. I’d love to meet you. )

floor plan