Back in the mid-90's, Parker Brothers made a series of activity sets called Sleepover Club (which I think were a part of some larger, terrifyingly girly franchise). I got the Fortune Telling box for one of my awkward tween-ish birthdays and the lot of us decided that it was a pretty mediocre activity set and it was sequestered down to the Board Game and Mice Closet in the basement.
This was technically the first Johnny Wander comic I ever drew. There were several that came before, but they weren't in the correct dimensions. This one was drawn some time in the early summer, and the conversation did happen in our last apartment, and we did hold those poses for a good 20 or so seconds. It has been a long desire of John's and mine to have a coffee table. Alas, the apartment we live in now is far too small and it is a big responsibility to have a coffee table.
Hey, we're back from Anime USA! Super special thank you's to the staff for treating us so well and the dealer's room security dudes (Gabriel, Rachel, Vincent, anyone I forgot) for being so awesome and making me into a small living legend among the staff and dealers for drawing those bizarre mutated Kirbies. If any of you have scans or photos of them, I didn't have the foresight to take pictures of them! You can e-mail me over at email@example.com 8D
John makes number four of our extended roommate family. He and I have actually been living together for five years now! He also has a good fourteen inches on me. And he does say things like this.
If you missed the post from Conrad earlier, he's been a MACHINE today and set up an RSS feed for us. Thanks again man, you're the only reason this site is running. Well, you and George. Hi, George.