KIRBY AND ME

I just received my copy of the Kirby and Me book. It’s a massive project. 320 page. 215 creators involved. All of us were summoned by two french guys, Mickael and Alain to celebrate the King of Comics: Jack Kirby. In the book, my contribution is rather small in size and it’s my fault because … More KIRBY AND ME

KNOCKED OUTTA THE PARK BY THE CON: THE BALLPARK COMIC CON REVIEW

“What? A Convention at a Base-Ball game? I never heard such a thing!”. Clearly, I was skeptical when Will sold me the idea of Ballpark Comic Con. But I have to say this: the event, that took place on June 24th, 2017 was one of the best con experiences of my career. Let me tell … More KNOCKED OUTTA THE PARK BY THE CON: THE BALLPARK COMIC CON REVIEW

REVISITING 1987 (1)

I often talk about the future. For once I’m going to talk about the past. 30 years before our time. Wow. 1987 was an interesting year for me. I started doing fanzines. Wore glasses for the first time and switched to reading comics in English! I never made any mysteries that I love soul, funk, … More REVISITING 1987 (1)

STUNNED BY THE CONS? THE CONVENTION BUSINESS PART N+2

Even with Comic Book Conventions, there’s a Yang to the Yin, light to darkness. In just a month, Will Torres and myself have been featured at three different cons. I described in detail what happened at the Great Philly Expo (here). Then, two weeks later, we were at the Flemington Comic Show, a tiny con in the middle … More STUNNED BY THE CONS? THE CONVENTION BUSINESS PART N+2

CONNED BY THE CONS? THE TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS OF CONVENTION BUSINESS (PART N+1)

I’ll be the first to admit it, this is a controversial title. That said, controversy can lead to great things… sometimes (laughs). In this post, I’m going to talk about my most recent convention experience and put it in perspective with other convention memories that I have. Let’s say that nothing’s black or white. But … More CONNED BY THE CONS? THE TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS OF CONVENTION BUSINESS (PART N+1)