M.I.C.E. 2010

So MICE (the Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo) is one of my new favorite shows to table at. I’ll always love SPX for the cartoonist crowd and seeing people I otherwise never see, but MICE has stolen the show for attendees. I’ve never seen such constant crowds of people so thoroughly interested in all the random comics at the show. I only started going to SPX a couple years ago, but I image this is what it was like in it’s early days. Lots of enthusiastic fans, lots of talented creators, lots of awkward conversations, but an excellent time overall. Thanks to MICE I’m almost completely sold out of my mini A Profound State of Unconsciousness.

9 copies left of A Profound State of Unconsciousness

I’ve been busy with some art projects and inventing but I’ve got a couple ideas for some minis I’d like to get done over the next year. Here’s some pics of the studio I’ll be making them in.

old drafting table from the 'coffin factory' and a baker's table