St. Petersburg, FL
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Never know what to write in these "about me" sections, but here goes. Chef/baker Love to cook and bake and experiment with foods. Looking to open my own place, hopefully. I am a big nerd/geek and proud of that haha. It doesn't matter my age still love my comics, games, and cartoons/anime.
I also train Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. I got into it about two years ago and it changed my life around. Wish I had found it earlier in my life.
I will add more here, but for now if you want to know more about me feel free to ask.
You will find a wide range of things I like: comics, movies, animals, drawings, tattoos, anime, pokemon etc. But most importantly you will find guys. Plenty of guys :) So enjoy
There will be an abundance of guys, nude and clothed. Sometimes there will be in sexual situations. Gay sexual situations. So be forewarned.
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- Anonymous said:The person in question has a history of putting down other writers. "You will never write a book, because you can't write." So I write five novels with great reviews and self publish while actively seeking representation in the interim. "Well you're not a professional writer, so it doesn't matter." In my opinion, 'professional' is a matter of behavior as well as recognition. If you put down someone else who tries just as hard, you're not a professional. You're a douche. Being paid is a bonus.
There’s a line in Alan Moore’s Writing For Comics which I often quote. Badly. And paraphrase, as...
- Anonymous said:Forgive me if this is a crass question, but how are sales on Wicdiv going? Better or worse than expected? Also, looking at all the artists and writers migrating over from the Big Two to Image, I'd be interested in knowing what the expected sales usually are on independent books by established comics people with a fanbase built on superhero fare. Some of this may be too general to be answered, and I know you and Jamie already had a reputation before Marvel, but still.
In short: much better than we could have hoped in any realistic way.
Issue 1 was off the chart...