Thanks for enjoying The Librarian's New Sweater!
Thanks to BimboFans
for squeezing a quick series out of me. I hadn't posted anything just for the sake of doing it in a long time, and I had a lot of fun making it. I really meant to only post one a day, but I can't help myself.
Anyway, it's time for me to slink back into the shadows as I buckle down and get moving on the next Underburbs,
as well as get to some comic cons (for which I'll have to emerge from the shadows)! Here's the rundown of where I'll be peddling funny books and commissioned sketches:Wizard World Philly, May 8-10
Officially, it begins on May 7, but I'm not paying an extra night in a hotel for a few sparsely-attended hours on Thursday. Don't lose hope, Thursday attendees! We'll be there bright and early on Friday, full of good cheer ad the best breakfast the Jersey Turnpike has to offer!Special Edition NYC, June 6-7
The Underburbs return to New York City for SpEd's second year of an all-comics, all-creators, no-holds-barred, rootin'-tootin' con! This time, it's being held at Pier 94 instead of the Javits Center. Come for the comics, stay for all the exposed ducts!MASSive Comic Con, June 27-28
This is a brand-new show put on by the good folks at Double Midnight Comics. See how they use the setting of Massachusetts as a novelty in the title? That's how you know they're from New Hampshire. Was that even a dis? I don't know. But I do know the show will be at the DCU Center in Worcester, MA. (Have fun pronouncing that, non-New-Englanders!)
Don't forget, all three of our trade paperbacks are available at IndyPlanet.com
as real books and digital downloads! Enjoy The Underburbs
your way, as long as your way is one of the two ways mentioned in the previous sentence. (Enter "Underburbs" in the search window.)