Friday, July 6, 2007

Here I am zooming out of the VOID!

Once upon a time...
the World-in-a-Seed
came out of the inkwell
and fell to earth.

Took root.

Reached for the sky.
Then came autumnal silence.

It is time to end my quietness.
My exile.

It is time to speak.


Dan Goodsell said...

HI Larry - saw your link to my website and thought I would leave a comment. I have been a big fan of the Beanworld since I was going to the San Diego Comic Con back in the 80's. It is great to hear that new Beanworld stuff is in the making. I think your stuff was one of the things that really made me fell comfortable out trying to do my own stuff with Mr Toast.

So thanks for a long time fan. Maybe I will see you down at Comic Con this year


bluemoonpaul said...

Larry's back! And new Beanworld will follow! Great news, on both counts. I've missed you and the Beans, so this is a long overdue and much welcomed return. I'll be reading! Hi to Cory!

Paul Fricke

Brian Jacoby said...

Hoka-hoka-hey! This is the best news I've heard for a while! I want new TotB issues! New TPBs! New T-Shirts! Absolute Totb hardcovers!

Okay. I'll stop now.

Larry Marder said...

Thanks to everyone who somehow miraculously found my blog.
I've been a big fan of Dan Goodsell's World of Mr Toast for several years now and quite honestly didn't have a clue that he even know who i am let alone met once upon a time. I'm quite looking forward to stopping by his table at San Diego for a chat and to get a first hand look-see at those cool plush toys he'll be selling there!

And also...Paul Fricke checking in! It's been years, dude. Trollords and Beanworld launched more or less at the same time..and,well--what a long strange trips it's been, huh?

bluemoonpaul said...

Indeed, Larry. For me, that trip has meant finding ways to earn a living doing art, and to raise a family. I do comics outside the comics industry, and apply skills learned in comics to tell stories other ways, like storyboards. And through all of it, I work away slowly on new projects, and on bringing Trollords back in one form or another.

Glad to see you poke your head out, and to have a new way to connect, compare notes.