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    Default CBR: Where The Hell Am I - Mar 2, 2011

    Jason Aaron shares a few words on the importance of location, location, location, explaining how becoming a part of your local comic book community can help aspiring and professional creators in their careers.


    Full article here.

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    I just searched "Jon Falkner Spider-Man." And...um...yeah.

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    Good stuff, as a shout out to my local store, I love SoCal comics in Kearny Mesa. Jamie is great and so is the rest of his staff. As for networking a lot of us on twitter are building up an idea called indie comics alliance - look for the #ndca hashtag on twitter. B. Clay Moore's forum is actually the place I used to post on the imagecomics messageboard and he was talking about Jason Aaron's work for a long time hoping it would come out through image (Other Side). It's how I found his work actually.

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    You should post that Sweet Bullet script!

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    No, I should burn it and then bury the ashes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Aaron
    I can't understand why my friend never drew this.

    Too busy with his damn Spidey-Friends website, I guess.
    Oh HILARIOUS!! Nobody is going to believe that I'm dorky enough to do something like that, ass. Look, stop being so pissed off because I told you that the Alan Moore article was a "great idea". We all get played at some point or another. Get over it.

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    Man, I really need to bite the bullet and move to Seattle or Portland. There is almost no one in my town that's actively pursuing a career in comics, writing, art or otherwise. And if they are, they're doing a great job hiding from me. I'm actually working with an artist I met online that lives in Texas. It's difficult collaborating with someone time zones away that I've never met. But hey. Gotta do it.

    EDIT: But, to add on, most professionals are very friendly online. I'd specifically like to point out Kurtis Wiebe, who I talked to through this board. He's been giving me great advice about the pitching process, and has been very patient with me firing (probably stupid) questions at him. Great guy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Aaron View Post
    No, I should burn it and then bury the ashes.
    Aw, come on! I gotta see what a Smegma looks like! Please, I'll post my Spawndalena....

    nice article.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Falkner View Post
    Oh HILARIOUS!! Nobody is going to believe that I'm dorky enough to do something like that, ass. Look, stop being so pissed off because I told you that the Alan Moore article was a "great idea". We all get played at some point or another. Get over it.
    Am I allowed to ban my best friend?

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    You shouldn't have hesitated.


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    Very nice work, although I gotta say, I was imagining bigger breasts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarthCommenter View Post
    Very nice work, although I gotta say, I was imagining bigger breasts.
    In my defense, it was 1997 and I had not truly discovered the internet yet: Those breasts were as large as I could imagine.

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    I am delighted with the direction in which this thread has headed.

    -BCM
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    B. Clay Moore Bloggery

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Falkner View Post
    You shouldn't have hesitated.

    "The Finest White Trash Comics"? Oh god, yes!

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    I did not even remember that that existed.

    I was young and horny. That is my only excuse.

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