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Keep Digging - 33 of 67

Like most of the rest of the planet, I'd like to just draw a line under 2020 right now, but unfortunately we still have four months to go. Still, I'm going to see if I can get a few pages posted before the year is out ... I suppose we'll see how things go :/

Any art I posted has been moved out of the archive and onto the Gallery page.

I've also removed the Gumroad store links from the archive. I will be adding a proper store link to the site ... in ... the future? For now, I'll just be putting a link at the bottom of the newsposts. Much like this:

PDFs of all completed Spare Keys stories are available on Gumroad!

I have finally put actual prices on these - they are 75p (roughly $1) per issue, or you can get all eight in a bundle for £5 (roughly $6.50). I want to change the prices to dollars eventually since that's how Gumroad charges, but that's a project for another day, because it looks like I might have to re-upload everything :(

Last but not least, the SpiderForest app season has finished, which means we have just welcomed a new bunch of lovely members ... and they bought a whole lorry-load of new comics for you to check out. So get reading!

Love to you all x


O Human Star has just finished, and a Kickstarter is running for Volume 3. I love this comic - check it out!

Alastair Sterling was the inventor who sparked the robot revolution. And because of his sudden death, he didn’t see any of it. That is, until he wakes up 16 years later in a robot body that matches his old one exactly. Until he steps outside and finds a world utterly unlike the one he left behind – a world where robots live alongside their human neighbors and coexist in their cities. A world he helped create.
Now Al must track down his old partner Brendan to find out who is responsible for Al’s unexpected resurrection, but their reunion raises even more questions.
Like who the robot living with Brendan is. And why she looks like Al. And how much of the past should stay in the past ...

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