L to R: Brad McGinty & Josh Latta
Holy shit! it’s Dan Clowes!
L To R: Josh Latta, Shawn Daughhetee, Adam Daughhetee, Rob Ullman and Rich Tommaso.
So, what’d you do this weekend? Hey, that’s super.
Me? Funny you should ask. I went to my new hometown’s very own comic convention, The Baltimore Comic Con.
L to R: Josh Latta and Rashy Rabbit
Greetings pals, comic nerds or people just googling Heroes Con hoping to find their name. Welcome to my annual Heroes Con wrap-up extravaganza. Ugh. I hate the word ‘annual.’ It always reminds me of non-cannon comics filled with shitty art that costs more. It’s not everyday I can make a reference like that, in fact, it’s only 3 days a year when I can, and it’s at Heroes Con, America’s favorite comic book convention.
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Not necessary because anyone demanded it, but still.
‘Rashy Rabbit in A Rabbit In King Arthur’s Food Court In Color’ will be available soon for free download at wideawakepress.com.
I’m thinking next month.
Welp, folks, the next Rashy is underway. If you didn’t like the last one, you’ll REALLY hate this.
Look of it soon, I mean, if you feel like it.
Hey ladies, give a cartoonist a chance. You could do a lot worse. A LOT worse.
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“Latta is better at mining humor out of awkwardness and sleaze than he is out of pure absurdity, and as a result this story winds up being fairly forgettable.” -Robert Clough
They say any publicity is good publicity!
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Hiya, folks. I just got back from Heroes Con and, boy, are my guts tired. No doubt from being puked out so much. Welcome to another Heroes Con wrap-up extravaganza brought to you by Bud Light and a lifetime of resentment.
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“My expectations were high, since the last issue was a Midnight Fiction Favorite. Well, I’m happy to report that in many ways this one is even better.” -Richard Krauss
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