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20 years ago today my house burned down, so I wrote a comic about it.
Holy shit that’s a cool and terrifying story. Also, having read through the newspaper article at the end, I am looking forward to the Oatmeal comic about having a mother who was an internationally recognized “teddy bear artist.”
Bolding is mine. I thought the same thing. I was like, “Hey, way to bury the lede, Matt.”
Fantastic Four #41 (1965)
I love how comics weren’t afraid to have so much dialog back then. Whenever I write one, I’m afraid to put too many words on the page… maybe I’m doing it wrong.
|—||Mark Waid, on the creation of INSUFFERABLE (and also giving some print-this-out-and-hang-it-on-the-wall-where-you-work advice for writers.)|
Thanks for taking it to Tumblr, FYYA.
To stress, most people are totally sweet, even when they hate what I’m doing. But as much as I believe in being accessible and friendly, the boundaries of what’s cool and what isn’t is important.
Boundaries, people. Boundaries.
WESLEY HAS BEEN (BADLY) ANIMATED
This is so awesome.
The Adventures Of Wesley Crusher, Issue Three: Holo-Disaster!
Superman, you are drunk.
“You’re a real asshole when you’re drunk, Superman.”