Mike Dawson is the author of Freddie & Me, Ace-Face: The Mod With the Metal Arms, and Troop 142. His new graphic novel, Angie Bongiolatti, will be published by Secret Acres this April.
Hey Mike, these diaries have been great! Nice work and thanks. TCJ, more cartoonist diaries please.
These have been great. I’m glad you found the time to draw these strips!
I liked your diaries Mike.
I have a similar job where “do some X every day” is an ingrained mantra. I always feel guilty when I don’t do any X. I spend time with my family, but there is always some sort of internal timer where I start to get antsy about it being time for me to go back to work. I like to think that I work so often so they can do and get more of the things that they like. Maybe that is short-sighted for being long-sighted, who knows.
And yes, the X stands for Ecstasy, you nailed me.
Mike, I rally enjoyed your diaries! Thanks for doing them.
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In this 1992 interview from The Comics Journal #154, Gary Groth and Peter Bagge talk with Daniel Clowes about art school, Lloyd Llewellyn, and the beginnings of Eightball. Continue reading →
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