Well, I've been writing comics, mostly.
I did get some Spidey-related titles (six issues of Scarlet Spider, three issues of New Warriors with Kaine, and three issues of Marvel Action Spider-Man)
I have a Spidey-related podcast over at anchor.fm/webheadpodcast (warning: the first 4 eps... sadly need to be reworked! They went live before I managed to find time to start editing. Heh. Don't get too mad at me, it's mostly a diversion from the pandemic!)
Finally, 2x a week webcomic. It's on my Patreon, yes, but also up for free at Twitter.
And I wanted to share one of those with you:
If you click, you'll see why!
In any case, it's been a minute. I wanted to stop in and say hello now that 'Wease is back in the sheriff's office.
Anyone who remembers my time here and is still milling about? Tell me what's up with you!
And also, stay safe out there.
Hi Erik! I certainly remember you and am glad to hear about your comic writing success.
As for me, I sold almost all of my good comics when I bought a house a few years ago. It was a tough decision but worth it (I guess). It's completely changed by feeling on buying back issues, now I ask, why bother? Plus, almost every comic can be found online in some form. I still dream about hitting the Millions though and buying them all back, and then some.
I stopped reading Spider-Man regularly sometime back during Slott's run (and the fact that I can't recall exactly when says something about my apathy toward the book) but have come back for Spencer and the Kindred story.