So sometimes you get your head in the game and you're just packing things like a machine and then you pack your packing supplies.
That's probably just me. Oh, as long as we're talking about me, I actually drew this one ... Yuko has been busy so I offer this sub-par rendition of Johnny Wander in her stead.
As we've seen before, Yuko occasionally gets mistaken for being younger than she is ... I was actually in the next room over packing up t-shirts when I heard this exchange, but this time it was an older guy and so we thought it worth chronicling! I think this is probably part of a series on Yuko being mistaken for things she's not, such as a boy. Yuko draws herself more boyish than she really is ... it baffles me that people make that mistake in our day-to-day lives.
Middle is Jes of Three Panel Soul fame.
Bottom is Dave Stanworth, mastermind behind snafu-comics.com.
If any one of them starts crying, they all start crying ... it was all wailing and gnashing of teeth on that plane. Some of it might've been mine, to be honest ... one of the babies had a cry of the exact frequency needed to drill a hole into my skull. Mutant?
We'll be at Connecticon! Conrad will be posting the relevant info in the sidebar tonight or tomorrow, but click through on the link and check it out. Hopefully we'll see you there! We will have some JW merch to sell!
Okay, so, to reiterate the last post and today's comic, we're having a JW meetup at SDCC from 1-2 PM on Sunday. There's info in the sidebar there. We're meeting directly outside the convention center building, between the Fedex and the Starbucks:
We also had a guest comic over at QC, if you missed it!
Comic is a little late, sorry! It's still kind of crazy around.
Yuko and I spent a couple of days in the city! Managed to see the fireworks (spectacular) and spent an inordinate amount of time on the subway. I'm okay with that ... many things of interest there! Here are some of the more memorable people we saw ... Yuko has provided surprisingly accurate representations of all of them.
To be fair, Monster's Inc. is a pretty fun movie. The guy was just so thugged out, but Pixar, you're so good at touching each of us.