Dear Readers:
The Moon Prince will be posting “reruns” for the next year or so. This is because I'm currently revising the older pages of the book so the color and style of the drawings are consistent from beginning to end. As a result, the “reruns” are actually quite different from the way they looked when I first posted them years ago. I hope you enjoy seeing these newly spiffed-up pages, and I hope you'll stick around to see the last part of The Moon Prince, starting in the fall of 2018.
Your pal,

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Queen Melissa

Making The Moon Prince requires thousands upon thousands of reference photos. Here's one of Queen Mathilde being posed by Max and Molly's mom, Melissa.

Friday, November 25, 2011

Moon Prince Page 88: She's Gonna Crash!

This week: Spectacular action abounds!

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Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Sugar for The Moon Prince

Los Angeles based art critic Doug Harvey had some kind words for the Moon Prince in the latest issue of Artillery Magazine, calling it "one of my favorite current comic-reading pleasures."

Friday, November 18, 2011

Moon Prince Page 87: Where There's Smoke...

This week, ALIENS! No kidding!!!

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Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Grandpa Fraser

Since the last couple of pages of The Moon Prince have featured a young girl (Molly, of course) standing guard with a rifle, I thought it might be interesting to post an old, old picture of my grandfather (the real Max and Molly's great-grandfather), William Fraser.

This photo was taken around 1902, and shows Bill with his pet black bear (really!) and a toy gun. I believe at the time he was living near Keewatin (a Cree Indian word which means "Blizzard of the North"), Canada.

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Friday, November 11, 2011

Moon Prince Page 86: A Solemn Moment

This week, Mad Billy is laid to rest.

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Friday, November 4, 2011

Moon Prince Page 85: Ten or Fifteen Small Steps

This week: Ten or fifteen small steps for a boy, one giant leap if he doesn't use the ladder!

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