For those who are interested, I have given my full report on the subject of the New York Comic Convention.  You can read it on my blog over at  Enjoy!

Well, I’m back from the New York Comic Convention, and with a new page, too!  I’m still trying to make sense of the NYCC experience, but it’s going to take me a few days to process, I think, so for now, suffice it to say that it was very, very interesting.

Anyhow, here we are.  And we return now to everyone’s favorite Armored Cavalry officer, Major Rucker, who is coping with one of the secondary problems of an atomic attack – an electromagnetic pulse.  This causes electrostatic charge to build up in any conducting circuits, and so the Sentinel tanks which his unit operates are designed to be “EMP-resistant.”  That means, of course, that they don’t suffer as much damage from EMP as they might otherwise.  And so Rucker is stuck trying to fix his tank.

I thought it might be a funny little thing for him to be doing this with a multi-tool, so I gave him a leatherman.  Nothing like going at a multimillion dollar armored fighting vehicle with a thirty-dollar pocket tool.  Ah, well.

Anyhow, that’s really all I have for now.  This week, I don’t want to inundate you with another set of “how I did it” drawings, which I’m sure have gotten boring for the time being, so I’ll just leave you with the banner, and ask that you please consider voting for 6-Commando over on  It’s silly and gimmicky, for sure, but it helps me gain visibility, which is good!

So until next week, be well folks!