I am very happy to report, that connie k and I are back with a new issue of Jette Jones! For those of you waiting patiently, we thank you and your wait is finally over!

It’s been nearly six months since our last installment. I spent most of that time healing from my accident and slowly regaining the ability to walk without assistance. I’m still not 100% but I’m in very good shape, all things considered, and I’m still improving as time goes on.

Sitting down to write for this issue was a little nerve wracking, after having spent months away from the material. But the fun of playing with these characters was quick to return. It was also fun because we had given ourselves a mandate: more mind control!

It’s a common trait of adventure stories in the erotic mind control genre: eventually, the mind control takes a back seat to the adventure. It’s happened to us plenty of times in our previous issues. Connie advocated for setting ourselves with the challenge to find creative ways of not slipping into that situation here. And so, we got creative in trying to find new ways to mentally manipulate the denizens of our little space opera.

It was great fun and I certainly hope it will make for great reading!

The other part of my duties is creating cover images and I was reflecting earlier what an interesting journey that has been. Working with AI tools on the past few covers has been a really educational experience. I’m impressed at how quickly the technology has advanced, even since our last issue.

I’m growing more confident with what the tools are capable of as well my own ability to get the most out of them. There’s still a lot of photoshop work going on but AI generation has definitely proven itself an important component of my workflow for these covers. The ability to generate really specific imagery, instead of being at the mercy of whatever photography I’m able to locate, is a complete game changer.

I warned connie, when we first discussed the idea of creating these comic book style covers for each story, that I had a very limited supply of raw photos that could be used to create fresh images of Jette. I think we exhausted those before issue 10. So the arrival of AI image generation immediately captured my imagination as a potential solution to this problem.

At this point, the possibilities seem endless for how I could use this tech in my visual story telling process. And these covers have been a terrific sandbox to play with the technology and get a handle on how to use it most effectively.

There’s other long-gestating projects that are going to benefit from the new skill set I’ve been developing working on Jette Jones covers. I’ll look forward to sharing more about that when the time is right.

Until then, connie and I hope you enjoy our latest issue and, as always, your comments, questions and suggestions are welcome!

Greetings all.

I’ve got news to deliver and very little of it is good so I’ll cut the chase. First up, everything to do with this site and my work is on a bit of hiatus at the moment. About four weeks ago I went and got myself injured but good. Nothing life threatening mind you, but it’s drastically affected my mobility.

As a result, I have not felt up to doing very much the last few weeks. This week is actually the first time I’ve been really been up and about, with the aid of some mobility devices, since my injury. I’ve finally returned to work and I’m now trying to dig my way out of the backlog that built from my absence. As such, I don’t really have much time for fun projects at the moment.

But I’m hoping that isn’t the case for too long.

Connie k and I have talked things over and I think what we’re going to do is try to use the downtime to our advantage. While I’m healing up we’re planning to write the multipart conclusion to the current Jette Jones story so we can begin releasing those early next year.

All other projects that I’m currently working are also going to fall behind a bit while I’m recovering. I’m not sure how much of a delay that will be right now but several months seems likely.

The main thing that is holding me back right now is the headspace I’m in. I just don’t feel inspired at the moment. My focus is really on my recovery, upcoming physical therapy and doing everything I can to heal. Having said that, I’m really looking forward to getting back to creating erotica, it’s just not my top priority at the moment.

So, I just wanted to let everyone know what was going on and that things may be quiet here for a little while. But, I’ll be back with you. Hopefully sooner rather than later.


Welcome back dear readers! We’ve returned with an all new issue of Jette Jones for your reading pleasure. The stakes, the tension and the eroticism are dialed up another notch this month as Jette gathers allies in her fight against Suzerain Supreme Zeta and the mysterious Goddess of Darkness.

This was an issue that was both fun and challenging. There’s a lot of plates to keep spinning and threads we need to start weaving now so we can draw them together later. On top of that, we want to see a certain level of sexiness, intrigue and action. It’s always a bit like inventing a recipe, each issue, and always a huge amount fun to work alongside connie k!

In terms of the cover, I’m growing more and more comfortable using AI tools within my workflow and that’s expanding the scope of imagery that we can produce for these stories. Lately, I’ve been working on refining my process to get higher and higher quality results from Stable Diffusion. That’s been a tremendous boon for me as covers like this one take so long with traditional photoshop work.

That’s it for now, we hope you enjoy the latest issue of Captain Jette Jones, Star Ranger and, as always, your comments, questions and suggestions are welcome!

Welcome back friends!

As a reader pointed out to me recently, I have neglected the news feed here despite posting not one but TWO new issues of the Jette Jones series. I wish I had an excuse other than “super busy” but that’s what it boils down to. I published both 17 & 18 and promptly dove back into whatever freelance project was demanding my attention.

But I’ve got a few spare moments this evening so I thought I’d update the blog with the good news that Jette 17 is in the gallery alongside Issue 18. Further, Jette 19 is coming along as we speak!

These past few issues have steered our heroes in a dark direction with big stakes, big action and big sexy mind melting goodness. There’s plenty more of all that in store as we build towards the culmination of our new Jette Jones story: Fate of the Stars.

We hope you’re enjoying the adventures with our girls and we’ll have more coming up soon!

From connie and I, thanks for reading!

Yes, yes I know… late again.

June has a been a very trying month for me, personally. I’m very glad its coming to a close and looking forward to not having another four weeks like this again… ever. Since we are so terribly late with this issue, connie and I have decided to go ahead and make 16 our June issue. This has a couple of beneficial side effects.

First, it gives us all of July to deliver 17 instead of scrambling to get that finished up next week so it can be June’s week-late issue. Second –and far more exciting to me– is this officially makes May our “lost issue” of Jette Jones. I see this as a blank check we can cash someday. A one-off issue that could be almost anything we like to fill in this gap in our release cycle. But enough of all that, let’s talk Jette #16!

In this issue, Jette’s beloved Queen Diamanti prepares to take her wedding vows and the vile Queen Zeta’s grand scheme is about to be revealed…

This is our second cover fully created with AI image tools and both connie and I are tremendously excited about the possibilities this new technology is opening up for us and our storytelling. The technology is very fresh (hard to use) and far from the “easy button” that AI is often portrayed as.

But, its very powerful. For an artist like me, I often spend more time searching for suitable images to fill in the gaps of some idea I have than actually photoshopping things together. So for my workflow, the ability to generate the specific assets I need is remarkable. It still takes a fair amount of time to tweak things and get it just so but… I see tremendous potential for how these tools are going to open new doors for me and my work.

We hope you enjoy Jette Jones #16 and we’ll be back quite soon with an all new issue!


Yes, once again we are late with the new issue of Jette Jones. But only by a week this time! And the even better news is that we’re hard at work on #16 right now. As much as we jam packed in issue #14 we also had a lot to do in issue #15.

The story is going to be going some exciting places in the coming issues and all of these pieces need a foundation before we can build them up. Oh, and we’ve got make sure and build in as much hot-as-hell erotic mind control too! As you’ll see on the cover, this issue sees the return of an infamous Jette Jones villain. One who is renowned for using mind control to get her devious way!

Speaking of the cover, this one is our first with all AI-generated images. I’ve incorporated bits of AI generated stuff in previous issue covers but all the characters, the equipment and background environment for this cover were AI generated.

AI art gives me incredible freedom to create from my imagination but it has a very steep learning curve and a wholly different set of problems to my usual approach. I’ll probably do a blog entry just talking about the process of creating this cover as it was a really interesting journey.

But that’s for another time. For now, connie and I hope you enjoy the latest issue of Captain Jette Jones, Star Ranger!

Hi everyone!

First, let me say, it all comes down to tacos.

Taco moments. That’s what Callidus and I call those times when we both have the exact same thought, are on the same wavelength. Which comes in pretty handy when you are writing together, believe me. For two people as outwardly different as we are, Callidus and I have A LOT of those taco moments.

I had never written in collaboration with anyone before, thinking it could never work, as stubborn and protective as I am about what I write. It took about 20 minutes to change my mind.

I knew of Callidus and his amazing manips, writing and artwork all the way back to 2015(!!) when he reviewed one of my stories on Episode #2 of The Black Room podcast, which was only the second I had posted on the EMSCA. Took another couple of years before we met and became friends. I don’t remember exactly how it came up, but he was telling me about a project he had rattling around in his brain about a retro sci-fi heroine named Jette Jones he had started to put together. He asked me if I’d mind reading his fairly extensive outlines (lovingly referred to as “the Jette bible”) and early story draft.

I loved it.

Now, I’m not a sci-fi geek, although I knew the basics – Star Trek (the Kirk ones), some Star Wars, Ray Bradbury, Blade Runner, etc. – and I was really excited. He knew exactly where he wanted to go with it, and I wanted to be on that ride.

That was 2 ½ years ago. Whoa!

And it has been more fun than I could have imagined. Easily the most fun I’ve ever had writing. But, beyond that, it’s because of WHO I’m writing with that has made it that way. Callidus has spoiled me. The dude is not only extremely talented, he’s just flat-out cool. In more than 140,000 words, we’ve never had an argument, rarely have opposing ideas about where to go. Sure, we disagree. But usually Cal lets me have my way. (Just kidding, kinda)

In fact, the writing has been split right down the middle. Maybe you’d be surprised who wrote some bit of sci-fi or sexiness. We each contribute to sections written primarily by the other and we just love getting both our hands all over the MC, the smut, the photon blasts and the occasional heart-tugging moments.

Jette’s our Captain Kirk, but with a badass ‘tude and a butt to die for. She’s by far the most enjoyable character I’ve ever laid my hands on. I hope you all have your favorites among “our girls” as Cal and I call them. We really love them, even when we mindfuck them. Often.

So for those of you out there who have been waiting patiently through our semi-hiatus – 2022 is best forgotten on many levels – fear not: Jette Jones and her intrepid crew are in for a rockin’ 2023. We’ve already mapped out big chunks of not only our upcoming fifth adventure but also our sixth, which should take us roughly through 20 issues of C&C Comics and most of 2023.

As Jette might say, “We have a plan.”

We hope you enjoy and thank you!


Greetings dear reader connie k and myself are delighted to inform you that the March issue is finally out! Yes, we know. It’s nearly May. Sometimes life happens. A lot.

In any case, we’re finally here and delighted to be sharing the final chapter of our current Jette Jones story: The Rock of Epsilon. This issue was quite challenging in a number of ways. As sometimes happens when we get to the final chapter of a story we realize we’ve got a bunch of threads to tie up. This issue had that and then some.

This issue was also challenging because it needed to set up some things for our next couple of stories. So, in some ways it had to pull double duty. Anyway, the long and short of it is that writing and editing this one just wasn’t as quick a process as we’d hoped.

But, it’s finally done and the good news is that the next issue is all tied up as well. So, you won’t have to wait long at all for that one. Thanks, as always, from connie and myself and we look forward to hearing your thoughts.

Aaaaaannnnnnnd… we’re back! And very happy to be resuming our current Jette story! Things are getting more complicated as our heroes find themselves in the center of a plot growing ever tighter. The challenges they face now will affect them in ways they can’t begin to imagine. Check out our latest issue of Captain Jette Jones, Star Ranger and be ready for the epic conclusion that will be following!

Thanks, from connie and I, for reading and, as always, your comments, questions and suggestions are welcome!

Hey all!

I know, I know… it’s been a bit. Well there’s always a good news/bad news dynamic when that happens. The bad news? Pretty much every project I was working on got put on hold for two or three months due to some mass quantities of vanilla work that had to take priority.

The good news? It’s over! And no one is more happy about that than I am. The last couple months of 2022 are just a blur to me at this point. So, now that things have settled down into a semblance of my normal workload, I’ve been getting back to fun stuff.

Which is, of course, why I’ve called you all here today. So, let’s see where things are at, shall we?

Jette Jones #13

I handed my draft off to connie k this week and now she’s going to work her magic on it. I feel almost certain we’ll have that out later this month and since I’ve written about 50% of Jette #14, I’m also confident that one will follow in a timely fashion as well. Lots and lots of surprises coming for our intrepid crew in these next two issues. You don’t wanna miss these!

Working Holiday

Lily and Samantha’s next outing was sooooo close to being done just before I got busy. You’d think that would be easy to pick back up now. However… I’ve had ideas in the interim. Not necessarily a major change of the plot or anything (not like the infamous Act II from Compliance and Submission) more like… I’ve thought of a thematic thing that I think would work really well but it’s gonna require retouching a fair bit of the material to set it up, develop it and pay it off in the end.

I’m not sure I’m definitely doing it yet. I still need to mull it over and think about how it works for this story and future stories. But… I’m interested enough to hold off on putting out Working Holiday until I decide one way or the other. The good news, that story is really, REALLY close to complete so whichever way it goes I should be able to finish up relatively quickly.

Decisive Results Sequel

As most of you probably know by now my dear friend and collaborator, Tabico, is going through some really unfortunate circumstances at the moment. In her blog post, detailing the situation, she leaves the door open for a return to our community but acknowledges that she doesn’t know if that will happen. 

I certainly hope she does. But, more than that, I want her to be happy and to live the best version of her life that she can. And that might not include being a part of the EMC scene any more. So, all we, her friends and fans, can do is wish her the best and give her space and time to heal.

As for the Decisive Results sequel she and I had been working on, I made the decision early on to continue with it. She and I had worked the script into pretty good shape before her circumstances changed. So I feel like the project focus had already shifted to the editing and animation of our story. As such, I’m going to continue the work and keep my fingers crossed that we see an update from her one of these days letting us all know she’s happy and healthy.


I’ve got a few other things I could talk about. There’s a Breadcrumbs follow up I’ve got kicking around in my head. There’s a specific image I know I want to execute and I’ve been whittling away at here and there but I’m still sorting it out. I’ve collected some images that might work their way into a sequel to Doctor Sondergaard. I’ve always said I’d love to revisit that setting and those characters. I’ve got a few photos collected and some ideas in the early stages of development.

I’ve also been playing around with AI art lately and that’s opened a number of new avenues that might lend themselves to erotic storytelling. Honestly, it might open an entirely new direction for my work and this site. It feels like the last six months have been quite revolutionary in this field. I’m following things in that realm very closely and thinking, often, of where it may lead. I don’t have any definitive plans, yet, but I feel I will definitely be incorporating this tool into my process in the future.

And that’s about it for now. I suppose the point of this post is that everything is still coming, just a bit slower than I’d hoped. I appreciate everyone who has been and remains interested in my work and I look forward to doing some more of it in the coming year!

As always, your questions, comments and suggestions are welcome.