Little Matt and Teddy have already decided to bravely head into next week. Ahead of them is, as always, a big blank canvas, and the hope that on the other side are five new comics that don’t exist yet.
Making a daily comic is hard. Thankfully I have some giant shoulders to stand on. Where would I be without A.A. Milne and E.H Shepard’s Christopher Robin and Pooh to guide me? Lost, like Piglet in the Hundred Acre Wood. Dr. Seuss and Charles Schultz – I am always looking back on your stuff for help. Thank you for guiding me, gentlemen. And as always, thanks to the Mister G Kids adjunct think-tank: Mike & Zan Olson.
See you on the other side, everyone! Next week, we’ll reflect on six months of Mister G Kids. And as always, thank you for coming back to enjoy it!
Last week, a little first grade boy asked me this, for real for serious. It might be because in California it’s common to have classes in bungalows on elevated foundations with a crawl space under them, and little boys have a nasty tendency to scare the crap out of their friends with made-up scary stuff that can’t be proven with evidence. In any event, I checked in to make sure he was serious and he was dead serious. I assured him there were no alligators, but I thought wouldn’t it be cool if there were?
I skipped Epic Friday last week, so I thought I’d pop this a little early this week. Also, Pearl Paint is having a sale on Prismacolor Pencils and I have so many new colors now, I just had to try them all!!!