Friday, May 30, 2008

Back to the grind...

In addition to several things too hurtful to speak of just yet, my last 48 hours have included credit card theft and a separate incidence of mailbox theft. Awesome. Hope you enjoyed my wadded-up Penny Savers, whoever you are.

And, no, I'm not here to brag about Japan. I will say that if you haven't been that you're totally not cool and should have rotten fruits and/or meats thrown at you. But I'll leave it at that.

Beautiful, beautiful place. They even have warning labels telling you how your heated toilet seat could burn you.

Here are a few pictures of the journey:

I guess if you want more info, you'll have to go check it out yourself. ;)

More drawings coming someday soon. I swear!


Look out for some ComiCon news coming soon!


Blogger The Irishman said...

I'm saving as hard as I can!

6:42 PM  
Blogger MasterK said...

i wanna go to japan. do u speak japanese, if not, how did u survive. and who is the girl ur in the picture with, and whats going on with that "something new" ur working on.

10:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

japanese culture is such a disaster, the old and the new. at the least the new isn't one of bloodthirsty butchery murder barbarians.

1:23 AM  
Blogger Punit said...

I would love to go to Japan one day.

And I hate how all the good conventions are on the West Coast. Poor me, stranded in New England with geeks like me scattered few and far between. :(

7:16 AM  
Blogger Punit said...

I would love to go to Japan one day.

And I hate how all the good conventions are on the West Coast, even though it does make sense. Here I am, stranded in New England, with geeks like me scattered few and far between.

*sigh* I don't like business sense very much. :(

7:17 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Maxwell! It's the kid again! Is that Comic-Con news going to be an announcement of that new show?

7:21 AM  
Blogger Nick Downing said...


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12:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

HI, I hope that there's good news about the Billy and Mandy spinoff. It looks cool, and Irwin's a fave of mine. Sorry about your credit card and mailbox thefts - what makes people do such things? Cretins. Hang in there dude. I just rewatched "Billy and Mandy's Big Boogey Adventure" and loved it - AGAIN. Love it every time I see it. I'm sure things will perk up for you soon. I've really enjoyed your work.

3:48 PM  
Blogger Custom Coaster said...

There is always good news with these posts, well not the news of the ending of your shows, still you always have something in the shadows that's what I love!

4:54 AM  
Blogger Aemilius said...

I only recently found this blog of yours, and was pleased to have found it...I just thought it was amusing to read about your trip to Japan, as one of my best friends just arrived there yesterday. ^^ Let's hope she enjoys it as well.

Looking forward to reading and seeing more from you!

2:02 PM  
Blogger Racattack Force said...

I would totally love to visit Japan someday.

4:33 PM  
Blogger miss 3awashi thani said...

^^ i've been to japan
it's such a great fun country (you can buy cartoon porn!) compared to the disaster i live in

3:01 AM  
Blogger Arwen said...

w-w-w-Waaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhh y-you suck i hate you!!!!!!!! *dives under bed and cries* just kidding. looks like you had lots of fun in japan! ..............
.................ya jerk grumble grumble -__-

10:21 AM  
Anonymous johnny p said...

Maybe I've been out of the loop for a bit, but who is that lovely lady with you, Mr. Atoms?

4:25 AM  
Anonymous Ellen said...

i went to japan last year. i miss it so much :(

2:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If I ever did go to Japan I would purposely dress up as Michael Jackson and go up to younger people and say "Beat it" "Beat it" "Don't you wanna know you just beat it" " Just Beat it" Do you think this would make me a famous Japanese actor?

9:27 AM  
Blogger Alex Dudley said...

I lived there for four years.
It truly is an awesome place.

12:59 PM  

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