This is a statement that the working class will agree with: We need more days in February! Taking into account a possible leap year, those extra two or three days could mean the difference between a penalty or making a payment on-time.
Am I right!
Just sent in my final edits for Lindol #4 (with the award winning artist Randy Valiente) and my new book OBIsessions #1 (with Jann Galino).
If everything is in the can we should start printing by the middle of March and be ready of the April 13 launch during Summer Komikon 2019!
As we looked through the modest selection of books at the rear of Art Bar, one of the sales ladies came over and said to me, “It’s a good thing that you came today. There is still a lot to choose from.”
I’ll be honest. At that moment, I didn’t know if I should be grateful or somewhat sad for reasons I already discussed in yesterday’s post.
Nevertheless, my family and I did our due diligence and went through their small selection. Unlike Powerbooks Trinoma[i], Art Bar was not stocked with graphic novels but it did have a number of Chuck Palahniuk books that I was interested in: Survivor (1999) and Make Something Up (2015)[ii].