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So this week's strip is a follow up to last week, and while it doesn't really advance the story, I thought the "joke" was funny enough to warrant it. Also, I feel the artwork of this week's strip is a vast improvement over last week's, which I started finding numerous flaws with almost instantly after it was completed. And one more thing, look, there are other people at the bar. Not just Nadyia, our favorite bartender, but other customers in the back ground. World building is one thing I need to improve at. Most of the strips only involve the main characters and no one else, which makes it look like they're the only people that exist in this universe.
In other news, this past weekend I went to Motor City Comic Con with my buddy Anthony. I was going to skip going to any conventions this year, but there was one name on the guest list I couldn't pass up, Judith Hoag. Judith played April O'Neil in the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie. A movie that was a huge part of my childhood. So much so that this is the first experience I can remember where, when the second movie came out and they replaced her with a different actress, I was completely disappointed. Meeting her was definitely something I had to do, and it was made even better by the fact that she was a very friendly person and took the time to really talk to each fan at her table. Also, I got to see some artist friends I haven't seen in a while, and meet up with members from multiple Ghostbusters fan groups (another major film from my child hood) from Michigan, Ohio and Indiana.