REG. U.S. PAT. OFF.
Bart Simpson Comics #21, now on sale (I think), includes my first published Simpsons work, a three-page Lisa story. Look for the cover where Bart's giving Milhouse a haircut.
SuperfrankensteinThank you for reminding us all of the true meaning of Christmas:Crass commercialism.Frankly, I am offended, Superfrankenstein. Until now,I thought your "blog" to be a mirthful departure from the advertising-crazed, let-me-sell-you-something web.Now I know the truth.And it is great that my children got to see this... on Christmas Eve!
Yo.I love the blog.I read a lot ogf your comics, growing up. Hourman was a particular favorite.I was wondering, since this 3 pager is the only thing I've seen from you since maybe 2000, how do you make money?I'm a writer, too, so I'm very interested. Also, any chance we'll see some more DC stuff? didn't you help Waid on that Brainiac arc? That was a good one.MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!!
Scott,Thanks for checking in. How do I make money? I ask myself every day. But I do have quite a bit of stuff--Simpsons and otherwise--coming out in 2005. I'm not sure which Waid/Brainiac story you're talking about; we wrote one together maybe six years ago. And we're working on something now that'll be out in about six months.Have fun,Tom
The one where Brainiac became Supes and Supes became a troubled teen. That was a fun story. Will this thing with Waid be for DC? Any elaboration?I'm glad to hear there will be more comics work from you! I know you were involved with Morrison's relaunch of Supes that never worked out. Now that he's on Supes, is there any chance you'll get a Supertitle?PS Thanks for answering.
Can't elaborate yet, Scott... But no, I won't be doing Superman. Can't wait to read it, though.
We should co-write a Superman comic with Pinky the SuperHispanicYoungster.
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