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 […]
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 […]
Ok, I said I wasn’t going to be blogging from Comic Con this year, but… a few pictures I can do. Right? Right. And now; Once more in to the breach, my friends.
Like a sponge, a writer or any creative person needs to soak up experiences before we can write about it. Doesn’t have to be the same experiences, just life. I have soaked for almost a month; Now I am itching to get some work done. On my list of things to do: Write a second draft of […]
The Con is over! One more picture post before I crash. Apparently reading comics is a sin. Good to know. Panel about pitching your creator-owned comics Han Solo (frozen), Boba Fett (cool), some guy (not so cool) Catwoman and Harley Quinn Uh, guys did you forget to put on the rest of your […]
Dave McKean talking about using music as a springboard for emotional connection to his work Day 4 at Comic Con and fatigue is starting to set in. While the wife and kids are at Sea World, I roam the floors of Comic Con and try not to embarrass myself too much. Last night was a […]