I wrote a guest post over on the GoComics blog today, as part of their “Meet Your Creator” series. Go check it out!
I talk about how a became a cartoonist, my process, and what I’ve learned from years of chickening. And you can see a picture of me sitting here at my messy desk (see if you can spot: a leprechaun, K-9, and the Millennium Falcon). If you have any follow-up questions, throw them into the comments or feel free to email me!
I’m happy to announce the release of three more e-book collections of Savage Chickens comics! This time around, the themes are: Fear, Shakespeare, and Movies. Published by Andrews McMeel Publishing and GoComics, each e-book includes 50+ pages of comics that I selected from the past eight years of Savage Chickens. For more information, see my Books page.
Tomorrow, on Friday, March 1 at 1:30 PM CST, I’m doing a live Q & A session on the GoComics twitter page. Got a question for me? Just use the hash tag #SavageLIVE to send in your questions. Your questions and my answers will be posted on the GoComics twitter account with the #SavageLIVE hash tag. Looking forward to chatting with you all tomorrow!
Savage Chickens is now on Universal Uclick’s GoComics.com!
So now you can read classic Savage Chickens cartoons alongside your other favorite comics. You can even create an account on GoComics and have all of the comics you like sent to you automatically. Check it out!
GoComics will start off with running my cartoons from a few years ago, so it’ll be a great way to see some of your old faves.
And I’ll be hanging out at the GoComics booth when I’m at San Diego Comic-Con in a few weeks. More news on my SDCC schedule soon!
Update: Here’s the announcement over on the GoComics blog!
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