Girls and boys, let's see how it goes.
Since it's about a month for SDCC and there are traveling expenses to cover, I'm opening a limited amount of slots for comissions to be delivered there. And yes, I'm trying to get all sorts of comissions rolling, but let's focus on physical for the moment. I'm thinking something like this one, fresh off the drawing board:
So, if you are interested, let me know, the sooner the better.
Girls and boys, the year it's as weird and as rollercoast-y as it can get.
But let's get to one uf the ups.
Today the new Stranger Things Art books was announced. In which I contributed a pieces.
I love that show, and I'm really thrilled I made the cut. These guys at Printed in Blood are creating great stuff.
Here's the link to the actual book, which comes out in october:
And we keep on trucking...
Girls and boys, it's that time of the year again...
It's been a hell of a half-year... basically nothing has gone as it was planned before, and the future is like the ending of T2. But, well, we keep on trucking.
This is my 20th Comic-Con in a row.
Maybe I'm getting a bit old for this... but let's give it another shot, see what happens. If there's anything constant about every SDCC I've ever been to, it's this: no matter how difficult, how exhausting, how overwhelming or how disappointing it gets... every time, something awesome happens. Something that makes it worth it.
And should anyone go and say hi, here's my schedule:
Girls and boys, the fun never stops and San Diego is two weeks ago and this is getting crazy. Crazy, I tell you!
I do have to write something about Harlan Ellison. Maybe next week when we get some more distance.
Anyway... slow and steady... until it's not feasible...
Tomorrow we have the second issue of the Elephantmen revival at Comixology... the more readers we get, the more likely we are of keep doing these... and we like doing these...
Take a look at the preview:
Have a nice week, folks!