Following on from my last blog post, I use Peak Oil as a test-case. I include 'before' and 'after' slideshows which demonstrate how the Peak Oil artwork evolved from drafts to final artwork.
I describe every stage of my comics creation process. This includes everything from research, to writing, to storyboarding, to drawing the final artwork.
I officially launch my ongoing micro-crowdfunding campaign, offered through the service Patreon.com.
Peak Oil was released nearly two years after my previous major comic, Rat Park. What caused this delay? I describe the various struggles I had creating my Peak Oil comic.
I explain my storytelling philosophy as a science communication cartoonist. I discuss how I avoid writing 'propaganda' political comics, with pre-chewed messages for my readers.
I explain my decision to draw a comic about Peak Oil. I describe my aim to make my comic 'the ultimate Peak Oil primer' for uninformed readers.
I wrote seven essays about the various aspects surrounding the 'making of' Peak Oil. This is a list of all seven articles from that series
This blog post is simply a list of reference sources that sit behind the Peak Oil comic. I expect you will only want to read this post if there is a specific fact or figure that you want to verify.
The making-of "Jimi Hendrix vs your climate-denying uncle". I describe my conversation with a red-faced climate denier that inspired me to draw the comic.