When you're alone, you look at yourself more, it is kind of inevitable.
When you do your first book, you're just like, "This is my work." And it's just this whole other world that you throw yourself into.
I'm 25 and just trying to understand women. Obviously, that is a process that never ends.
I remember talking to someone who is vegan. At the time, I would hear a lot of outrageous claims from vegans about the good that being a vegan can do for you, for your health and whatnot. I remember someone once told me vegans don't sweat, so I started my mind going.
My readership seems to be the sensitive people, for the most part. Then there are the occasional fans who are like, "Ah, video games!"
I'm sometimes sort of in touch with the readership, and they seem to have perceptive questions, for the most part.
I don't want to spend my entire life drawing talking heads. It seems like a waste of everyone's time.
I used to be really influenced by Brian Bendis, back in his indie days. But I guess I try to tone that down.
I'm too young to have experienced firsthand the '70s rock, but when I was in high school, me and my friends were super into Neil Young. That was the grunge era, and he was considered cool again
Writing music is sort of my hobby, but it's been falling off more and more. Doing comic books takes up my entire life.
There was about six months when I was absorbing other stuff and not drawing very much. After a long period of not drawing, you have to, like, relearn how to draw. It's not very fun.
I do get the sense sometimes that if I draw things too nice, maybe I won't be indie-rock enough anymore.
Each new book that comes out kind of pulls up the old ones a little bit.
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