Tag Archives: Comic Con

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ON THE MOVE: Canada

If you follow me on social media you’ll likely have seen a s**tload of touristy pics like this one. Me in the woods, by the ocean, in a park or just hanging with the family in wonderful BC, Canaday. We were actually just going to Toronto for the comics festival TCAF but it ended up […]

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On the move: NYCC 2015

Having spent almost all summer in New York it was sort of like coming home to return for this year’s NYCC (New York Comic Con) at the Javits Center. I’ve attended twice before and even though I didn’t have a lot to do there, it was great to catch up with friends and peers in […]

On the move: COPENHAGEN COMICS

What a fun weekend! The biggest, semi-annual Danish con, Copenhagen Comics was held this weekend in Øksnehallen and I was happy to be able to bring my friend and collaborator, Chris Miskiewicz, writer of Thomas Alsop to the event. Books litterally flew over the counter and it was hard to keep up with the signings […]

On the move: SEE YOU IN SAN DIEGO?

I’m packing up my family to fly to San Diego for my 4th Comic Con. Last year was a great success for me as my partner Chris and I pitched our book Thomas Alsop to several publishers, the first of which was BOOM! As you probably know, the book was picked up and issue #2 […]

On the move: LAST DAY IN NEW YORK

On the move: LAST DAY IN NEW YORK

On the flight here we had a lot of turbulence. For more than half an hour we seemed to drop from the sky at irregular intervals, the hull shaking and creaking, people were screaming and throwing up. So although I’m looking forward to going home tomorrow, I’m not exactly looking forward to the flight itself. […]

On the move: DINOSAURS IN NEW YORK

On the move: DINOSAURS IN NEW YORK

I can hear the rumbling of traffic and the nearby subway. Every few minutes the elevator goes “ding” outside the paper thin walls and the air conditioner goes on for no reason and I don’t know how to turn it off. The girls have left for the city and I’m trying to become a human […]

On the move: SO LONG, COMIC CON

On the move: SO LONG, COMIC CON

I’ve been there before. I know how things are. At the same time I’m always surprised. At the spectacle of it, at the crazy people. And the wonderfully nice people. There are the costumes. The noise. The sea of merchandise and comics and artwork. There are the distances you walk in a day. Trickster was […]