Many people have asked about my Human Action Comics project, and I thank them for their interest. As I've alluded, one of the reasons I've been unable to resume the project is that I've been so busy with the dream-come-true of helping set up, launch, and run the Mises Academy. Besides the time issue, I also found myself wanting to explore the intellectual history behind Mises' thought, which is why I started my Misesian Perspective on the History of Thought series on the Mises Blog. But I kept finding myself wishing I could do comic-y things with the exposition. So, to cover intellectual history, while still using the comic form, but in a more bite-sized, less time-intensive manner, I've started a daily webcomic: Misesian Comics. I'm hoping that the brevity of these issues will allow me to maintain a steady daily-issue pace. There are three issues so far, covering much the same topics that I covered in my blog series. They're not as funny as Human Action Comics, but I hope you find them edifying all the same.
I saw them last night... or this morning, actually. Are you going to have voice overs?
To paraphrase Marc Faber: We're all doomed, but that doesn't mean that we can't make money in the process.
Rabbi Lapin: "Let's make bricks!"
Stephan Kinsella: "Say you and I both want to make a German chocolate cake."
No, it'd be too much to keep up with, doing voice-overs on a daily basis.