Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Off to San Diego!

Well, it's that time again! I'm heading off to the San Diego Comic-Con tomorrow. But even though I still gotta pack up my bags, I wanted to update here one more time before I shoved off.

There's millions of things to look forward to this year & probably just as many people I want to meet & greet with. Old friends, colleagues & plenty of inspirational folks will be around & I'm fired up & ready to go. & I can't possibly imagine the number of neat books I want to snag a copy of too!

Like last year, I should be taking plenty of pictures, so expect a barrage of 'em once I return. I don't know if my hotel has free internet service in the rooms, but if I do I may just pop in for some daily updates, that is if I'm not to busy or tired to do that.

By the way, if anybody else is heading to the convention, drop me a line & let me know. Post over at my Twitter page (yeah, that's right, I have a Twitter too) If you want to find me, I look exactly like the picture above. I can't be THAT hard to spot in a crowd of 300,000.

Well, until I return, you all have a nice 'end of July' week. I'll see you next time around.

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Business Cards

It was pretty embarrassing giving out those stupid, cheap 'flyer' things at Comic-Con last year. So this year I made sure to get myself some decent business cards.

No more pointy crescent-moon heads for me! I've upgraded to tin cans now.
& I think this is the first time I've drawn anyone with 5 fingers. Took me 15 years to do so...

I think I'll incorporate this into my next banner. It's better than 'Scraggles McGee" up there now.

& here's the final card image:

If you're goin' to Comic-Con & you run into me, don't be afraid if I suddenly force one of these suckers into your pocket. Or maybe I'll tape it to the back of your shirt/dress/Darth Vader costume when you're not looking. Ooh, I got it!... every time you say a certain word, I'll throw one right at your face! Perfect strategy!

Oh, & apparently I'm 20 now. I forgot it was my birthday. You have to be a pretty preoccupied person to forget your own birthday.