Jack Tinn and the Aquanauts, web-comic, ends

On Friday, Jess Smart Smiley wrapped up his latest adventure–Jack Tinn and the Aquanauts. Well, the story ended in the sense that the graphic novel portion came to a close. In this most recent foray, inventor and thief Jack Tinn teams up with Charles Darwin. Darwin is on the Galapagos, but nothing is as it seems. Now Jess is re-imagining the story as a novel–and the end of the graphic novel suggests there’s quite a bit more story to tell. Jess’s mind creates the most surreal environments, characters, and situations put to paper. The entire book is only 25 pages. It’s a quick, delightful read…artistically pleasing to the mind and eye. Peruse with your mouse by clicking here.

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Reginald T. Shark received his bachelors at the University of Honolulu. He was the operating theater reporter for the New York Post from 1989 until 1993. His interests include the Selachimorpha Rights Movement,the board game Shark Attack, other things with cartilage, and boxing. He is a regular contributor to the Discovery Channel Shark

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    by Brent on January 29, 2013  2:03 pm Reply

    Very cool! I really liked Upside Down!

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    by Stacy on January 29, 2013  2:03 pm Reply

    Love his artwork!

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    by Kid Next Door on January 29, 2013  2:04 pm Reply

    Any mention of when the novel is coming out?

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    by Classy Lassy on January 29, 2013  2:04 pm Reply

    His drawing of Conan is really cool too :)

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