Inspired by Gabrielle Bell’s dailies, I’m doing a comic a day for the month of August.
I’m already a little behind as I get into the swing of it. Here’s the comic for Aug 1st.
Here’s a panel from my contribution to Snakebomb #1, debuting at Stumptown Comics Fest THIS WEEKEND.
I will also be debuting a new comic as a double sided 11″x17″ broadside called SITUO #1. One side is the cover/poster, printed black plus one color silkscreen. The other side is a full page b&w half-toned comic, never before seen!
Everybody’s been talking about this guy (by everybody I mostly mean the EAZB crew, but probably others too). Today I’m not letting my eyes cloud with jealousy and allowing myself to reallllly look at this stuff. It’s so good.
This app makes me want an iPhone… but I don’t *actually* want an iPhone. I want an iPod Touch. So I need to convince this developer to make it available on the Touch, and then I need to get my hands on a Touch. GeoDoodle3D.
via http://creativeapplications.net/ (my new favorite website. makes me want to play with max/msp again, but I can’t get a student copy of max5 and it’s too $$!)
too bad you can probably open it with a bic pen…
Just had a kid come into the comic shop today (CR in Berkeley. I say kid but he’s probably my age.). He’s buying 50c books from the 90s and a recent Bulletproof Coffin issue. He’s bought good minicomics from me before without any recommendations on my behalf… I’m curious so I ask him what he thinks of Bulletproof Coffin. Says he’s seen comics do it before but this has something nice and sleazy about it. I say, not a lot of other stuff filling this ‘niche’ these days (whatever that means). Then he mentions King City. I ask him if he reads Comics Comics and he says yes. Damn, that got a smile out of me. Something there about [Frank Santoro] being a tastemaker… or were the kids already reading these books? Probably, a lot. Some, maybe not.