What do cats know anyway? They don't even read comics. Oh, sure, sometimes they'll try to sit on one while I'm reading it, but does that give them any room to criticize? I don't think so. And that minor detail about comics paying for most of their fancy prescription cat food? They seem to feel that they are entitled to that.
Even so, I expected a modicum of enthusiasm when I told them that Gabriel and I would be holding down a booth in Artists Alley at the Long Beach Comic Con this weekend. And what do I get? Bored stares and looks of annoyance.
So I've decided not to even invite the cats. But I am inviting all of you out there in blog-reading land. If you happen to be in Long Beach this weekend, October 2, 3, and 4th, please check out the Long Beach Comic Con. And if you do, be sure to stop by booth 74A.
We'll have copies of our original graphic novel Heathentown available for purchase and will be happy to sign it for you. And Gabriel will be doing sketches for $30. Plus, we promise not to yawn in your face, unlike some cats I know.
Hope to see you there!