Hello, Max, and good morning to you. I hope the world is treating you well and properly.
Today, I'd like to share with you a notion that's slithering around in my head about what to do with Mary Morgan's journal entries...If you'll kindly remember, last week I revealed the first of many drawings I've come across while refreshing my memory on the Buggy Crenshaw adventures. I've gone through a great number of journals, logbooks, and reams of haphazardly scrawled notes (my own as well as those of a long list of characters) and have discovered a tangent that I cannot help but explore. (Never met a tangent I didn't like, you know!)
Obviously, I found the sketch of Detritous Clax quite intriguing (as I hope you did as well), but since posting it, I've come across several more drawings that are equally (disturbing) interesting...
So, now, I ask you: how can I NOT follow this tangent, eh?
As you can see, this is another of Mary Morgan's entries in her Demon Slayer's Logbook. If you'll recall, Buggy Crenshaw ran into these very creatures (and was in fact captured by a roving band of them!) in Buggy Crenshaw and the Deadwood Principle: Evolution. I won't say a lot here about that encounter, but believe that Buggy's not finished dealing with the Sticklers just yet...(That's another tangent altogether!)
Back to the matter at hand: what to do with Mary Morgan's Logbook entries...She cataloged quite a number of interesting characters like the Sticklers, but most of the information she documented was not simply cut-and-dried, as is the page posted above. Not many can be as easily separated from the rest. Thankfully, her "logbook" consists of many (many) volumes, and much of her work was written in an ongoing format, as actual journal entries, or stories, if you will.
Perhaps that in itself answers my question, eh?
In the coming days, I'll look into the possibility of collecting some of the Sorceress's most interesting (and best preserved) encounters with the end goal being to offer them to the public for their perusal. I will, of course, have to run this by Buggy to make sure nothing is revealed out of turn, but I suspect she will be as supportive of this venture as she was of Persnickitus Crum jotting out Magpie & Dilly. It is, after all, for the Greater Good of Mankind, eh?
So, on that note, Max, I thank you again for lending me your ear-like appendages while I prattled on. My wish for you is a safe and happy week!
P.S. This guy looks interested, eh? (That's why I like him, of course.) If you like him, too, you'll be interested to know he comes to us by way of freeiconsweb.com, courtesty of banzaitokyo. Many thanks!