Thus ends Priorities.

We really hoped you enjoyed reading Priorities as much as we enjoyed making it.

So now that our first story is complete, tell us what you think. You can comment here on this post or send us an email at

The ending of Priorities is not the end of the comic. Oh no, not at all. Even though Priorities is complete, our adventure continues with Variety Smack on Tuesday. Variety Smack is a farcical, behind the scenes look at how this whole thing came together and may contain one or more talking horses.

Don't forget about our contest. The winner will get to appear in a strip this July. This is how you can enter. Just share this post. That's it. Soon we will post about the page on Facebook, so you can find that via our Facebook page and share that post. Or, do the same at Google+, or do the same at Twitter ... or do all three and get your name in the hat three times! (Links to the Facebook page, Google+ page, and Twitter page will be below)

But you don't have to find those posts on our various social networking sites just to enter this contest. You can choose to go and post about it yourself on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, or even post about it on the forum of your choice. However you choose to do it, just email a link to your post to (with "OAC Contest" in the subject line) so that we can put your name in the hat.

We will draw one name in May, and the winner will be featured in a strip to be posted in July.

Also, on a personal note, I wanted to let everyone know that my first ever eBook is online for only $0.99.

Here's where you can buy it:

Norman Oklahoma is a private investigator who specializes in the unexplained, the supernatural, and the just plain weird. At least he was … before the world turned. Nowadays he kills zombies and collects comic books.

Norman has spent his time during the zombie apocalypse traveling the country and trying to fill the holes in his comic book collection by trying to get his hands on any and every rare comic he could find.

His quest takes him back home to Lawrence, Kansas where he has learned is the final resting place of the most in demand comic of all. A comic so rare and so valuable, that Norman is willing to risk life and limb to acquire it.

You can download the eBook in multiple formats so that you can read it on your Kindle, your iPad, pretty much any other E Reader, and your PC or laptop.

That's all I'm going to say about that.

Go buy it!

Okay, THAT'S all I'm going to say about that.

See you on Tuesday with the launch of Variety Smack.

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