Here’s a comic that I just finished and have conflicting feelings about.
It’s bigger and slightly easier to read, here on my site.
Today is the FOC of POP #1. If you want to guarantee your copy of the first issue, this is the last day to do so.
I did an interview with Comicosity. Subjects include: The Warholian hypercontext, and supernovas. Read it here.
I really believe in the work Jason, Pete, Ryan, Dylan and Myself are doing on this book and I hope you check it out.
Preordering is important!
I colored this. I think you can pre-order it both in comics shops for the next couple hours depending on what time, cal, or p’ zone you live in, and here.
First couple pages of a short comic that I’m currently drawing that’s a sort of thematic sequel to On Hiatus. Or at least it’s the The Order to On Hiatus’ Knight’s Tale.
This is how I would wrap up the TWO WEEKS NOTICE trilogy:
2 WEEKS 2 NOTICE: Sandra Bullock is in a zany but horrifying accident and has to have experimental surgery that leaves her essentially just a head. As she recovers, she slowly realizes Hugh Grant has tricked her into working for him again. Can she escape his employ for a second time? Without the use of her body? Meanwhile, the snakes that live inside of Hugh Grant and operate him like a human skin puppet aren’t getting along. Can they put their differences aside long enough to save their business? Directed by Jennifer Lynch (Boxing Helena).
2WN: TOKYO DRIFT: Hugh Grant is kidnapped by a rival corporation while doing business in Japan. Sandra Bullock gets a second experimental surgery to become a car in order to rescue him. Can she do it before the kidnapper’s two week deadline is up? Bullock shines in a performance where she mostly communicates to the audience in honks and flashing headlights.
TWO WEEKS NOTICE ORIGINS: (ROBERT KLEIN’S CHARACTER’S NAME): In an experimental mix of documentary and narrative film, Robert Klein is horrified to discover those 200 HBO specials he’s done were actually televised.