2007-06-27 04:38 pm (UTC)
Nifty that you had a great time. Will you be in San Diego this year?
Yes! It will be here so soon
2007-06-27 11:20 pm (UTC)
Whoopy! Hope to see you at Bucca di Beppo, or some such place again.
Sure people may complain about the price of tables, but every year, there will be a wait list of people who want one.
Great con, as always.
Oh, and read Teen Boat last night. You guys never cease to amaze me. I want more now.
Looks like fun!!
If I hadn't been gaying it up down 5th avenue, I definitely would've been there.
Yeah seems like MoCCA always overlap with other major NYC events. Which was part of why I was so glad this year still had a great turn out. Ideally there should be enough time to do everything!
The thing I really love about MoCCA is that it is a COMICS show. APE is continuing to grow as a comic/craft show, which is OK, because crafts are cool too, but I really enjoy seeing the COMICS! Hopefully I'll get to go next year...
hey! when did you draw in my notebook? I just found that!
sneakily at Spring Street Natural
it was so much fun this year! and you are right it must stay in the puck building! I loved how when the big apple con people came in to annouce the bus was leaveing for there all of the cartoonist rolled their eyes at the Thor wannabe in a kilt.
That's awesome Dave. Maybe I'll be able to make it out there by next year.
Lunchbox Funnies booth! Construction starts now!
your kind words are like a warm hug before thanksgiving dinner or something.
as always, lemme know if you have any ideas to make next year awesomer/less sucky. :D
Congrats on pulling off! I'm putting in a bid for the same location next year. Or one table over so we're not blocking the fire exit :)
I did not come by to bug you at all this show! I'm glad you did well; your positive outlook is always revitalizing!
We grew to love the 7th floor! It was our own li'l magical airship. Super con, and super seeing you guys and crashing your dinner!
2007-06-28 03:41 pm (UTC)
Not only did my Fletcher Hanks book sell out at MoCCA, but it is crashing through the Amazon chart with a bullet. So if anyone is contemplating purchasing the book, I suggest that you hop to it. Fantagraphics made a small press run. It may sell out! What a world!
For readers unfamiliar with Hanks work, may I suggest that you go to the BONUS page of my website and see the bizarre Fantomah story that is NOT included in the book:
I thought it was just a fantastic show and can't wait to make it back next year. Plus, it was great to finally visit with you and meet Raina. I'm speaking for both me and Jen. We both had a great time. :D
2007-06-30 06:42 pm (UTC)
This is an environment that minimzes the value of the role of women, excludes them and makes them feel as if they don't belong.
This is an enviornment that forces women to accept this exclusionary enviornment. However there IS an alternative::::Assimilate through a process of masculinization.
The gods instruct AI to make the girls experience this in hope they feel uncomfortable and seek. Unfortunately the legacy of corruption is firmly in place and too many of those cast into damnation won't be returning.
The optimal ascention senario is when parents depart Earth with their young children BEFORE their minds are posioned by this society. The next best-case senario is when an individual finds the path themself and makes their way out before puberty.
Children who go up before puberty are candidates to remain the most superior of all life forms::The asexual. Expect these people to experience subsequent temptations once they arrive to further shrink the pool of candidates. Another example males are inferior to females:::Expect circumcision to play a part in this elimination round.
I think these are the TRUE candidates for immortality. This is not to say there won't be sexualized people who make it, but those who do likely practice minimally and monogamously in the context of marriage, and that would exclude most if not all from modern society.
The sexualization of children is yet another example proving the gods are preditory on children::::It eliminates these individuals from contention immediately.
Glad you had a great, successful time. The Art Fest truly is an amazing show. I'd personally love for it to be a little longer (such as starting Friday afternoon), because the word "overwhelming" annually comes to mind with MoCCA. It'd be a blast-and-a-half to have more time to look around, meet the ultracreative folks and get to know their works. Cool write-up!
Hey, I was just wondering what one would need to do to get into next year's LifeMeter anthology. By the way, I really enjoy your Astronaut Elementary stuff.
2007-07-04 11:43 pm (UTC)
Re: LifeMeter, etc.
Well we're not 100% Sure there will be another Life Meter book. But we certainly hope so!
We usually hand select the artists for the books based on their past submissions to the LM website.
So if someone submits some really funny or well drawn comics that fit the LM submission guide on the site then we encourage them to submit something for the books.
What would someone need to do to submit something? I'm currently working on a non-gaming strip now, but I had a few ideas that I might want to shoot over there.
2007-07-05 04:07 am (UTC)
Re: LifeMeter, etc.