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Monday, August 06, 2007

Minions #75 - On the Rocks

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Stay tuned for a missive of world-shaking importance (okay, not so much) from your Minion Master, following the usual blah-blah-blah.

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"Where 'service' is our middle name according to our false-ID."



(Oh, come on. You know you want to be naughty!)

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Just another when-have-I-ever-steered-you-wrong from your Minion Cruise Director:

Greetings, Supercargo!

It was a crunch to get this week's Minions to you. Not only am I still wiped after Comicon and the trip to California and back, but I came home to an empty Minions inventory and a submarine set somewhat in shambles. Add to this, the one cartoon idea I had required me to come up with a ship's wheel, so I also had to fire up the prop-shop. It's one of the drawbacks to doing a photo-cartoon vs. drawing one. You can't just do anything you can imagine. Most of it you've either got to find or build. The ship's wheel is a little bit of both, but I like how it came out.

Hey, It's getting a little quiet here! We live on your comments (the food-stamps ran out), so let us know you're out there!

- Steve


Jay Lee said...

Keep the good work coming. I use it for inspiration so that when I finally do my own, I know where to go.

Anonymous said...

Well, what happened at the con?!
Did your better half win the award?

Anonymous said...

Excellent set on this one!

J. Steven York said...

Sadly, Chris didn't win the award. I'd sent this out to the weekly reminder list (hint, hint), and so it didn't occur to me that I'd not posted it here.

She did however get a nice little nominee plaque, participated in the tie-in writer panel, and we got to meet a lot of very nifty folks, so it wasn't a total loss.