I'm taking issue # 13 to the printer today, so I'll get the ball rolling on that soon enough. That will complete the ideas for comics that I had way back in 2008. As I said to someone the other day, it's one thing to write ideas out on notecards, it's quite another thing to actually complete the projects. The first two ideas were single issue comics. The next idea took two issues. "The Consequences of Bringing Light." took six issues. By far I spent the most time on the first of the ten books, "Anita, You're the Reason I'm Not In Prison." That took about two and a half years. Issue # !2 took the shortest amount of time; a little over five months. Six moths or less was typical for the last five issues.
I'm giving myself two to three months to get "The Legend of Richy Vegas" off the ground. I have two manuscripts to draw from. The first manuscript I started during my second hospitalization in December 1992. It goes into detail about the hallucinations, "recovered memories," that I experienced after my romantic love deal really unraveled. The second manuscript details the events, almost blow by blow, of what led up to that breakdown.
"The Consequences of Bringing Light" didn't get the thorough documentation over the years that I can draw from with "The Legend..." It has only been through the process of doing "The Consequences..." that I feel okay about bringing up what all happened,