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Supermassive Black Hole A*
The hard sci-fi webcomic.
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Language: English
Genre: Science-Fiction
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Stories from the center of our galaxy, where energy is abundant and life is cheap.

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smbhax
smbhax
Just a dude makin' comics.

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Today
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From "The Thing in Outer Space!" in Space Adventures #13, October-November 1954. Pencils possibly by Bill Molno, inks possibly by Ray Osrin; letters by Charlotte Jetter.

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The original 16" x 6.75" watercolor art for today's new A* page is up for auction on eBay. : )
Left on Ep. 38, Page 87
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Yesterday
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^ "Parker’s cameras, which look out the side of the spacecraft into the solar wind, have provided some of the first evidence confirming a nearly century-old theory: the presence of a dust-free zone near the Sun."

That's the word in a tweet by NASA, vividly pictured in the included photo, describing one of the surprising findings in initial investigations by their Parker Solar Probe. So far—according to NPR—Parker has flown within 15 million miles of the Sun three times; in 2025, it is scheduled to fly within 4 million miles or "about one-tenth the orbital distance of Mercury."

NASA's main article on their initial findings is here; along with the dust-free zone, it includes big picture items like the solar wind near the Sun rotating faster than predicted, "quick reversals in the magnetic field and sudden, faster-moving jets of material" in the solar wind near the Sun, and "many more tiny energetic particle events [or "particle bursts"] than we ever thought."

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The original 16" x 6.75" watercolor art for today's new A* page is up for auction on eBay. : )
Left on Ep. 38, Page 86
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2 days ago
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From "The Man Who Stole the Moon" in Outer Space #25, December 1959. Pencils and inks by Rocco Mastroserio.

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The original 16" x 6.75" watercolor art for today's new A* page is up for auction on eBay. : )
Left on Ep. 38, Page 85
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3 days ago
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From "A Visit to Venus" in Outer Space #22, May 1959. Script possibly by Joe Gill; pencils by Bill Molno, inks by Sal Trapani.

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The original 16" x 6.75" watercolor art for today's new A* page is up for auction on eBay. : )
Left on Ep. 38, Page 84
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8 days ago
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Ink sketch for a reader supporting the comic through my Patreon campaign : D :



I really appreciate everyone who's helping out through Patreon; it isn't easy getting by working on a webcomic full-time, so every dollar is a big help! ^)^ Thank you!! : D

I'm off for the rest of the week for the Thanksgiving holiday; back with a new A* page on Monday! : )

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The original 16" x 6.75" watercolor art for today's new A* page is up for auction on eBay. : )
Left on Ep. 38, Page 83