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That sounds like a low rent team up comic: “Skylancer and Mai Tai in: Secrets Prowl the Old Bazaar”. Better put that in the notebook. Jack or Iowa or Mr. Spit could be reading a Skylancer and Mai Tai comic … Continue reading
We are back from SPACE, the Small Press and Alternative Comics Expo, in Columbus Ohio. This year’s show was the fifteenth in a series, and very sincere thanks go out to Bob Corby and his team for another great April … Continue reading
Great news has arrived via the magic of email. It has come to our attention that my little 8 page Bud and Josef mini, Perpetual Motion, has been nominated for the 2013 SPACE prize! Needless to say, we are pretty … Continue reading
Home from SPX, at last, after a (tiring) weekend of comics and fun. It was a great show, and if a few of my goals went unaccomplished, it was (mostly) my own fault. You can’t say better than that. Otherwise, … Continue reading
This morning at breakfast we met this very fine black Labrador, who answers to the name of Jedi. The comics content here is that he exactly resembles the black dogs in the classic cartoon stories of Edward Gorey: strong, solid, … Continue reading
Did some drawing at the table at SPX today. Here are some of my convention sketches. If you come by the table tomorrow, some of these, plus others I draw later, will be for sale. I’m thinking of offering the … Continue reading
The jetway at gate B7, soon after dawn. I am at SPX now, and having a very good time.
Absolutely nothing of great interest today: I’m packing for SPX. I’m bringing mostly comics and gadgets of various kinds, also some money and a change of clothes. I plan to bring home the clothes and the gadgets, rather less of … Continue reading
Since this is a point in my usual process when I like to leave a comic sitting in a pile for a day or two–its wise to let things rest after you think you’re done with the pencils, in case, … Continue reading