I eat hot emcees like cold salads.
Joined on 5 August, 2008
And then there's the matter of the cartoonists themselves. For some it's a passion, for others a livelihood. And we're talking about potentially two years with no cons. At this level, these in-person events are extremely important for discovering new work and getting discovered.
This release from @SPXcomics is one of the more honest things I've read about the nightmare of attempting to plan an in-person show in 2021. SPX is one of the best comics shows, and it's hard to imagine dealing with this kind of uncertainty with what I assume aren't huge margins.
I've dealt with show planning for work, and it's extremely hard to coordinate this stuff even in a non-pandemic year. That coupled with the sort of advanced cancelation required from venues, et al. adds a lot of pressure when we have no idea how the vaccine rollout will go.
I’ve been waiting for this one for a while and it does not disappoint. Captures a moment in New York and is instructive when it comes to making peace with what happens to your art when it leaves you
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