I think he might be getting there.
We were at Finncon last weekend, thank yo to everyone who came to visit our table! The next time we'll be selling is at Helsinki comics festival in September and then Tracon a week after that. The rest of July I will be busy with the Lepakkoluola comic and going to Ropecon.
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A troll under de bridge!!
@Gaueko: ...Maaaaybe... I'm glad you caught that. :D
He looks kinda like Toska. I love drawbacks and easter eggs to other comics! Also Tuomi looks really, really tired...poor baby, I hope it´ll get better soon (even though I smell more troubles ahead).
@StrayerComic: He does and that may not be entirely a coincidence. Easter eggs are SO GREAT. Like finding Don Rosa's signature, it's always a joy to discover a connection. ^3^
I can promise he might get to rest... at some point... in the future...
@Cesario: Don Rosa? Are you a Scrooge McDuck fan as well?
@Lee: Oh yes. Donald Duck has always been a big thing in Finland, and so most people who read any comics at all have definitely read Donald Duck, and since Don Rosa stories were sometimes published in the DD magazines most of those people also know Don Rosa. We both adore his stories, possibly more so than Carl Barks', though obviously you have to acknowledge that it was his hard work that laid the base for Rosa. But his illustrations are unbeatable, I mean, wow, ugh, that attention to detail and the humor and all the little things in the dialogue... Anyway, yes, Rosa was has been a big part of why I want to make comics and I love his work to bits!
@Cesario: That's good to hear. I knew Scrooge, Donald, etc. were popular in Denmark, but I didn't realize they were big in Finland as well. In the US midwest they aren't so well known. Any good comics store will have a Disney section, but it's usually a small section, off in a corner. I've never laughed so hard as with Barks' 'The Great Steamboat Race', or Don Rosa's 'Guardians of the Lost Library'.