I created the graphic novels Mom's Cancer and Whatever Happened to the World of Tomorrow?, which were published by Abrams and won some awards. I also did the webcomics The Last Mechanical Monster and A Fire Story. I'm grateful.
May the road rise to meet you, Mystery Project X!
... hereafter referred to as "Project 441" because of the "21 squared," amirite?
Thanks, Mike! Now I can turn my attention to four pages of something else I happily agreed to draw for someone else.Jim, it took me five minutes to figure out what the heck you were talking about. Sadly, the "21" in the square isn't a code, it just came printed on the box I happened to use. However, it is almost eerily apt, for a reason I may explain someday.
god speed young man.
Trying to peek ...
The Eagle has landed. And it is spectacular. Off to San Diego tomorrow, but will call you before I head out Thanks!
I guess you wrote "Sooper Sekrit" on the side instead of on the top as is customary.
I hope the plot and the art get more interesting than they are so far. I like the lettering, though -- except for all that smudgy stuff going on in the upper-left hand corner.
I'm totally okay with it being a vinyl LP.
I hereby dub top-sekrit project Project 21 until informed otherwise. We could call it "Project Area 21", but that would be gilding the lily.
This is so exciting, Brian!
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