Anonymous asked: Hi! I bought your "Tricked" collection before Christmas and am slowly reading it. Don't get me wrong. It's an excellent book! I'm just pathetically slow at reading so I only do a section at a time. I realize I'll finish it faster than you took to write it. I've found it to be a wonderful book but was disappointed that it didn't say anything about you in the book itself. There were so many questions I wanted answered. ... Continuing next msg
I’m glad you’re enjoying the book and I’m happy to hear any questions you have (I can’t promise I’ll answer but I’m happy to hear them!).
always liked inking to The Ink Panthers Show wanted to do one more title card but now it’s over
Today is the day that Marty McFly goes to the future!
Oh crap that’s amazing!
I’m pleased to hear that Netflix is getting The Clone Wars next month. I really liked the first season but remember getting bored with it after that so I’m curious to give it another watch. I’m also pleased to see that Disney is finally getting away from the prequels and starting this Rebels thing.
It is a very strange premise for a TV show. A bunch of identical characters are fighting robots with no clear objective. Oh, and in the end the hero turns into a bad guy who kills children.
This book was a Christmas present from my hubby and it was just the perfect gift for a wine nerd given by a cartoonist…meshing both worlds in a weird and beautiful way.
I usually think of wine making as a science, the hard toil of the land. Whereas, when creating a graphic novel, the process focuses as essentially an artistic endeavor. That is all true, but those premises are flipped around in this great read.
"The Initiates," published in the US by NBM is drawn with expertise and [resented in a way that brings the science of making a graphic novel and the art of making wine to the forefront.
You start to feel a part of both of the processes, making wine and making a book. In my world, this is the perfect match, just like my husband, Alex, and me….Happy Valentine’s Day!