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The Nakasendo is an old road in Japan that connects Kyoto to Tokyo. It was once a major foot highway, but today small sections retain some of its historical feel. In October I walked along 5 short sections of it, staying at traditional inns along the way. My guide was +Craig Mod who is fluent in Japanese, his ease with the language made the trip possible. And he is a great travel companion (he took the picture of me in the onsen). The Nakasendo is full of history and many artists and poets over the centuries have travelled along it, including Basho, the haiku genius. We met a lot of characters, too, and thoroughly enjoyed the exquisite details that make up this country.
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Japan's Nakasendo Walk
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Traffic: KOMIKON Comic Creation Contest
This is my winning entry to this years Komikon: Comix Creation Contest . I could not attend the Komikon on the first day when they announced that I had won. I was told the morning after on the way to Komikon, such a nice surprise. I cant count how many time...

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Minimum Power: Mystique
"I have compassion… just not for Trask. He’s murdered too many of us."  -Raven Darkhölme

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A Trail Among The Tombstones
Since The Simpsons annual Halloween special is coming in a few weeks. I reminisced about a few of my favorite episodes and running gags. One of these which they discontinued was the tombstones with humorous epitaphs that used to start the show. Then they s...
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