Let the Games Begin

Things are starting to pick up steam here at the Fizzmont Auxiliary Imaging Division.  In LESS THAN A MONTH, the first official fully-illustrated Fizzmont experiment is going to be released in Leo Geo and His Miraculous Journey Through the Center of the Earth.  I can't tell you how excited I am.  I'm serious, I CAN'T.  The Fizzmont Secrets Squad is watching me super duper closely!

Also, I'm pleased to announce that I will be doing an artist talk as part of my show that I have up at the Center for Cartoon Studies with CCS alumni and all-around great guy, Joe LambertThere will be open gallery hours FRIDAY, MARCH 2nd from 5-8pm with a talk from yours truly at 6pm.  NERVOUS!!  I anticipate that I am going to be trying to do as many events and whatnot as possible in the upcoming month, so I'll be sure to keep you all

In the midst of all this brouhaha, you can imagine how surprised I was when Hank Handy, one of Dr. Leo Geo's assistants came into my office and sheepishly pushed a box onto my desk with an old IBM Aptiva computer and a handful of games on floppy disc.  He said that Dr. Geo wanted me to take the afternoon off and try out these old games.  There was a copy of Word Muncher in the box, along with Ski Free and Chip's challenge, just to name a few.  WHAT A TREAT!  I eagerly agreed and hooked the computer right up and booted up the games.  It wasn't like I remember...

I should have known!  Leo and Matt Data were experimenting with some sort of Tron-you-go-into-the-computer-type-setup.  Leo always keeps me on my feet!

1 comment :

  1. Oh my GOODNESS I love. Number munchers!!! Also is ski free the one where you ski down a hill and a yeti chases you at some point?