Tim Artfully Demonstrates the General Mood of Big Time Attic During MicroCon
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Spring has indeed sprung here in Minneapolis, and the BTA is most surely feeling it. If you haven't noticed the blog posts have been a bit scarce as of late, due to constant jogs, logs (rides that is), bicycle rides, football throwings, sprinkler running throughings, and bungee jumpings. YES, we're active again! But in the real world as opposed to this cold unforgiving land you so love to call the "virtual world." Forgive us please, we'll be out of breath soon, and it will eventually get dark. We don't like to be outside the safe walls of our studio when the hobos come a callin'.
Canadian scientist Dr. Philip Currie has unveiled the sweetest dinosaur ever, the Mapusaurus. Click here for the awesome details.
... despite the lack of My Three Bosses yet today (and in by no means is this meant to be in lieu of that delightful strip) and despite the sad dearth of blog updates ...
I'm not sure if we were joking or serious when we said that she has a voice unheard in 100 years but I want anyone who's up for it to come check out Meg Ashling at the 331 club this Saturday. She's just starting to play more solo shows and probably wouldn't mind some audience.
Because of certain ... ahem ... legal ... things ... which are taking up my time, and because I'm house-sitting for someone who doesn't have a scanner, and thanks to my very advanced, electro-powered paper with digicrafting technology, I have done this week's M3B entirely on the computer! I hope you enjoy the confusing line-weight quality as much as I did!
I truly hope that everyone had as much fun at the Jam War as I did. I thought all the teams did a great job and seemed like they were having a good time, which is what war is all about anyway.
CONGRATULATIONS to Kevin and Zander for being part of the 24 Hour Comics Day Anthology that was nominated for an Eisner Award (we're required to say "the Oscars of Comics")
The first Thursday of the month is here and we're (from now on) taking part on the Nordeast Minneapolis tradition of open studio. So stop by between 7pm and whenever and say hello, see what we're working on, and drink something.
Good evening, patriotic supporters! As a token of our sincere appreciation of all that you've done to ration supplies, buy bonds, and give us your heartfelt encouragement, here's a quick interactive dossier of your favorite troops' profiles! Just roll your cursor over the name to read more.
The other Minneapolis Jam War Teams: