At the (always correct) suggestion of my wife, I redrew the Snoop shirt design again. She suggested making him more "Peanuts-y" like I did on the cover of It's Dream Time, Snoop Doggy Dogg. I prefer this new one. Brown & Pink ringer shirts have been ordered. The screen has been burned. Hopefully I'll have these done by King Con.
Alec Berry of Teenage Wasteland podcast was kind enough to do an interview with me for his show. Then I went and ruined it by being mono-tone and saying "um" and "ya know" a lot. At least I got to give a few shout-outs to some fantastic folks (Michael Lassiter, Supertalk Industries, et.al.)
If you're a glutton for punishment, you can listen here:
(note: there are reviews of two superhero comics before my interview)
I'm a little behind in posting reviews and whatnot, so here goes...
I don't think I've ever actively flagged someone down at a comic con to demand they check out my comics, but the two dudes at SPX wearing shirts that screamed "VEGAN" and "TOFU" were just too much to pass up. Turns out one of 'em (Richard De Angelis) writes a blog called Comic Book Justice, and he ended up buying a copy of Old Man Winter (which contains several animal welfare based stories). He wrote a bit about it here.
Carrie Try Harder's (those hyphenated last names just get weirder and weirder) review of Losers Weepers #1 and #2 on Inkstuds can be read here.
Nick Rennis & Eric Murphy wrote a short review of Old Man Winter on the Indie Street Radio blog. Just click right here to read it.
Justin Giampaoli airs some grievances about both issues of Supertalk on Poopsheet Foundation, but ultimately gives them a passing grade. Read the review of issue #1 here, and #2 here.
I've just finished the design for the upcoming Snoop t-shirts. I'd like to print them on ringer tees for a nice vintage feel, so if anyone knows of an inexpensive place to get quality bulk t-shirts please holler at me. I'm hoping to have them done in time for the upcoming King Con comic fest in Brooklyn (Nov. 6 & 7).