Roman holiday

Hey everybody,

I have been hella-busy getting everything ready to go go go... to Rome. My girl and I are going to stay with friends in Rome for a few days, and then it's on the road to Barcelona. We'll be there for a week, and then off to London and then home.

I apologize for not having anything to post today. I have finished "The Bull and the China Shop" for Proof #22 and I colored Wes Wedman's beautiful backup story... Both will be available at the end of July. I won't be around to talk about Proof #21, but it's got the longest and most action-packed stretch of Archie Snow goodness yet.

See you in July, everyone.

Montreal Comic Con sketches & The A-Team

The Montreal Comic Con was this past weekend, and it was a good time. It was busy, much busier than I thought it would be. I was drawing and chatting the whole time I was there. Lots and lots of kids, too, which was awesome to see. Little Supermen and Spider-Men running around. Kids have the best sketch requests. One darling little French girl asked for a penguin, and her sister wanted a flower!

I did tons of drawings and a lot of guys have been nice enough to email me jpegs.



Black Widow
I don't know if you heard (I can't stop thinking about it!) but Liam Neeson is in talks to play the part of Col. John "Hannibal" Smith in Joe Carnahan's upcoming A-Team movie. Hannibal Smith was a hero of mine when I was a little kid; my parents had a van, so my brother would play B.A. or Murdock and I'd be driving around as Hannibal.
I bought new ink quills the other night, and I was dying to try them out, so out came Hannibal.
Try not to hum The A-Team theme all day. It will be impossible for me.

Montreal Comic Con this Sunday

I will be at the Montreal Comic Con this coming Sunday. It's at Place Bonaventure downtown. I'll have some comics, pages, minicomics, and sketches to show and sell. Come talk to me about transformers and Pixar and vampires and other things I'm currently obsessed with.