I sold out of my book, tuesday. And the new parody comic, Krayons Ego, was a huge hit and sold out as well.
Apparently there was some pact that the contributors to Krayons Ego wouldn't reveal themselves... But I wasn't in on that pact originally, and my ego makes me wanna tell everyone which pages I did. Here's one of the best reviews I've ever received for comics:
The rest of the books is great. I finally got to read it at Comicon last week, and laughed out loud at several of the pieces. I particularly like "Project Inferior" and the Jefferey Brown parody and the stab at the reigning king of parody,
So, as I promised last week, here are the pages I did for the book. Those of you who aren't familiar with the indie comics world, may not get these strips... they are ridiculous exagerations and inside jokes, but anyway here's a little explanation: As I mentioned before, my pages were a parody of
Kevin Huizenga is one of my favorite new cartoonists, and we share a common love of
Gabrielle Bell is one of the most talented cartoonists to get attention lately. I love her work in
Everyone in the world seems to love Ben Jones and his
And who doesn't love Mr. T?
I got a lot of great books at the Con this year, including:
Thursday, July 27, 2006
Posted by tom Neely at 9:25 AM