Yeah, I have only met him briefly at a convention. Drink was involved (on my side I hasten to add).
He Is actually a really a nice guy.I met him at a MillarWorld Xmas drink a few years ago.
His comic looked really fun.
I backed the Kickstarter...got my digital copy...I've read about 30 pages...Not really my cup of tea....very graphic...if you are a hardcore 80s horror fan you'll love it.
I'm not a huge horror fan myself (as you know, I'm a sensitive soul ), but it seemed to have some good ideas.
From what I read, it is good.I will read the rest...it's just finding the time...Not including digital....this is my to read pile...
"Lens Wipes" is a great read and very emotional, I felt like I had something in my eye by the end.
It is and I don't even wear glasses!That's how much I enjoy reading it.
Ah, don't guys. I'm getting all weepy at work thinking about it. Highly recommended -- I found it to be a very cathartic read.
Anyway, amateur. You should see my stack.
My to-read pile looks something like this.
Comics historians of the future will look at this photo and ask: "Who the hell is that weird guy with Eisner-winning @mattgarvey1981 and @DrewEricsson?"
Great to meet you, guys (and Russell too!).
There was a serious concern about the beard-Velcro effect, which is why we kept our heads so far apart.
Great to meet you two too
Great picture, guys. #jealous
Love the Mudder's Milk t-shirt, @DrewEricsson.
Guys, it was soooo lovely to meet you both...i REALLY appreciated the MillarWorld entourage support.Really meant a lot to me...I'm just glad you weren't weirdos!
One of the chaps I know from twitter who buys ALL my stuff came just to bring me a present!How amazing are these?!
What's your hit/miss ratio for Millarworlders on that one.
To be fair...it's not been that bad....but then again I haven't met @markabnett yet!
Some of the older members may recognise the plonker to my left!
For some reason, despite this thread, I absolutely failed to take note of this event.I was very close to jumping in the car and driving up to Birmingham to see my brother but so I could sneak up to see you all...