Seeing my own artwork in print does not get old.
This summer I did another comic with the award-winning, magical author of SKIM and This One Summer, Mariko Tamaki. It’s a one-pager called Chicken Game and it’s in the Fall/winter 2014/15 edition of the Humber Literary Review. ON STANDS NOW!
Remember that messed up fad (in my school it was in Grade 8) where everyone in your school started choking each other to the point of passing out, just for fun? Aren’t kids great? Teachers would have to have “a talk” about how incredibly dangerous this is because somehow keywords like “choking” and “passing out” weren’t big enough clues. It seems like every kid everywhere had some version of this. This is what Chicken Game is about. There is some salty language, so be aware, read with care.
Nope. Not bored of seeing that yet.
There’s also an interview. With me! A little yakkety yack, a little blah blah blah.
Big props to amazing artist Adrienne Chalaturnyk, and librarian/hair queen Kathleen Scheaffer for their hand modelling. My hands are so tiny and mal-formed I am always in need of help in the hand drawing department.