(UPDATE: It is Sunday, the last day of the Boston Comic Con. I hadn’t meant to go dark the past few days, but I’ve hardly had a spare moment. In fact, I think the past month or so possibly has been the busiest of my life! That’s not a bad thing, and I’m not complaining, but I’m ready to slow down. As for BCC, I know you expected more in thee way of live coverage, but I will at least recap it for you in the coming days. I do want to say, I have met some wonderful fans from the Boston area, and I thank each of them for coming out. The Comic Con isn’t necessarily the easiest ground to navigate!)
Things are about to get a little crazy around here. Delta permitting, I will leave for Beantown tomorrow morning, where I will be on exhibit at Boston Comic Con Friday-Sunday. I know it costs to get in (I don’t get a cut of that; I’d let my readers in free if I could.), but I hope some of you in the Boston area will come by and see me at table D915. Autographs and handshakes will be free. I ship more books to Massachusetts than any other state, and I’m looking forward to meeting some of you. Also, I will be in Burlington, VT, two weekends later for the Vermont Comic Con. This is an experiment for me. I expect to be the old geezer in the corner fielding questions such as, “Is that strip still around?” It’s true, I’m in the corner, the southeast corner. I don’t know how much time I’ll have, but I definitely plan to send you updates here.