Time from then till now: 28 years.
I set a date to review my progress, to decide if I should keep going or retreat: July 1st.
Low and behold, I’m not looking for a job.
If you’re interested in the behind the scenes nitty gritty of publishing print comics through Patreon take a look.
Starting today, the first 100 people who send me their address, and a proof of purchase from a local comic shop, will get one of these postcards in their mailbox, along with a note from me.
There are few things more magical than local comic shops and the post office, and both are having a hard time right now. Which makes today a great time to go order yourself or your friends some comics, let me know about it, and get fun things in your mailbox.
- EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
- With your mailing address.
- And a proof of purchase from your local comic shop, preferably dated after Monday, April 13, 2020
- and the subject line: POST CARD
I did some fan art from readers suggestions. There’s Hector and Ari from Bloom, The Tick, Ralph from The Mouse and the Motorcycle, Amy Racecar from Stray Bullets, Matt Feazells Cynicalman, and Magnus Robot Fighter (featuring Tara Bot).
This was lots of fun. I’ve been in a rut artistically the last few weeks. This was the opposite of that. Thanks everybody!
It would be easy to just make this blog about [Trumps reaction to Covid-19] but this feels to me like a good time to be an alternative. If you want what’s on the news channels, it’s there on the news channels. Here, I’m more inclined to write about cats in my yard, comic book history and, of course, the unique experience we’re all having.Mark Evanier
I sure am always glad when I dip into “News From ME, Mark Evanier’s Blog About TV, Movies, Theater, Comics, News Politics and Other Forms of Fantasy.”
I first learned about Mark from his work on the long running comic “Groo: the Wanderer” as a kid, but I think I like his blog even better.
It’s my favorite kind of site, one that makes things I normally would have little interest in, like the late night show landscape or little known 60s era television performers, fascinating.
I’ve been using the same profile picture everywhere online since 2008. But I broke my glasses a couple months ago and wear a mask when I’m outside now, so …
Six year old Miumiu sings “I Wish You Love”
Her cover of “Fly Me to the Moon” is beautiful as well.