The convention is the largest of its kind in Canada and among the largest in the world with as many as 130,000 attendees… most of them trying to get on the escalator at the same time.
Thanks to Kevin Boyd and the whole crew for an extremely well run show!
This morning I saw an image of the “Baby Trump Blimp” and, of course, thought of this:
I imagine him singing, “You know I don’t care, what happens to you…”
Of course if you’re not familiar with Pink Floyd’s ‘Animals’ album, this will mean nothing to you. I keep forgetting how old I am.
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Show starts tomorrow:
I’m at table P016 (see yesterday’s post).
Starts Thursday! Goes through ’till Sunday! I’ll be there! Shelley too!
We’re at table P016!!!
(the little maple leaf in the top left corner, click to enlarge)
I had sent Grant a bunch of questions to clarify a few things in the script for chapter six of “The Smile of the Absent Cat”. He said that he’d ‘…spent so much time re-arranging the script that a few glitchy ghosts from previous versions survived…’ so once I have the final, final script I can start pencilling.
Meanwhile, here’s the finished page four from chapter five:
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Only a week away!
(Still don’t know my table number.)
Managed to get a little sailing in but have cats and Louis Wain on the brain:
Starting on the sixth and final chapter of Grant Morrison’s ‘The Smile of the Absent Cat.’ As of right now, I’m still in the, “How the heck am I gonna pull this off?” stage. But that’s half the fun.
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And let’s not forget:
When I know where my table is, I will post it here.