Happy Tuesday everyone. I’m going to try and write more updates on here of what’s happening as often as possible. Some updates might end up being a longer article, others might just be a photo grab of the day’s process.
East LA Comic Con (or CAPE)
This last weekend my friend Dan and I tabled at the newly formed Cape. The local con started last year as East LA Comic Con and has now been renamed C.A.P.E. I assume this has something to do with Comic-Con locking down trademark on the name.
Here’s some photos from the day:
Scared by the Bell issue 3 is almost done. Here’s me flatting the last three pages:
And some inking:
And here was a “mini-comic” I made for Free Comic Day out at Pulp Fiction Comics:
One I finish the last three pages I’ll dig in and work on some promo work for the Baby Kickstarter for Issue three.
Stuff I’ve been reading:
Any Akira fans? Did you know the Animated Movie only covers like the first 2.5 volumes of the 6 volume trade series? Lots of zany stuff in here.
This was a very strange horror book about the woman who built the Winchester House. I don’t know much about the history of this book – but any fans of that house or scary stories should check this out.
Ian Bertram draws like a step child of Chris Burnham and Frank Quietly. I enjoyed it.
I picked up Analog from Image Comics by Gerry Duggan. This is a neat idea about a world where nothing is secret, and so people have to go back to non-digital (or analog) ways of doing things. It’s fun so far – we’ll see how it goes. I love Duggan’s work (Last Christmas is a must read for any comedy fans).
Ok, that’s it for now. Stay out of trouble and stay in touch.