When the Comic Con Hall of Famer I Was so Drunk That You Took Me to Comic-Cons was released in April of 2016, I remember thinking, I’m the only one who has a real hobby.
I was the only person in my high school who was a cartoonist, a cartooner in his own right, and I was just so happy to be a part of it.
I loved the comics.
I really enjoyed the storytelling, and so many of the things that I enjoyed were the same as what I was doing in the comics, which was drawing superheroes and doing crazy things.
I wanted to be an actor and a writer, and when I got to the convention center, I was like, I’ve been thinking about this for a long time.
I have a few ideas that I can try, and that’s when I realized, What do I do now?
I thought, Oh, I just want to do this thing.
I’m like, Oh my God.
That was the beginning of my hobby.
And then, the next thing you know, I got into comics and was really excited to see what they had to offer.
I remember getting into my first comic book convention when I was 12, and my parents were like, We’re gonna make a little kid-friendly thing, and the whole family was like [claps].
I just loved the idea of getting to experience comics in a very, very adult way.
When I was 17, I did a comic called Big Comic.
It’s a comic where the heroes are all grown up and are talking about their lives.
It was kind of a joke, but it was just something I was super excited about.
The fact that it was a kid-themed comic really resonated with me.
It gave me the freedom to have this really, really weird, super-cool thing that I was passionate about.
Then, when I started writing my first script for Marvel’s The Punisher, I realized that I just needed to do something completely different.
I didn’t have a lot of experience writing superhero scripts, so I went back and wrote the character as a superhero, and then I wrote another one as a kid.
I knew what it was, and it was this really dark character that had these superpowers, and he was this weirdo kid who was super-super-cool and super-crazy, but he was also kind of messed up, which I love.
That’s what I like about him.
I love that he’s a bad kid.
So, I had this idea for The Punishers.
It started off as this kid-centric, crime-fighting comic that I did in high school.
I got it published, and they picked it up.
It just blew up.
That came out of nowhere.
Then I started doing this crime-punching, superhero-centric series.
It came out in 2016, and we were doing that for eight years.
Then we did the comic book sequel in 2018, and after that, I decided that I wanted it to just be me.
I don’t want it to be just me in a superhero costume.
I want it not to be my kid-oriented, crime and violence-pounding superhero comic.
I think that’s what Marvel Comics has always been about.
They’ve always been all about making superheroes, making superheroes in a way that I don�t necessarily understand, and in that way, they’ve always embraced me.
Thats how they’ve been able to really create a world that I love, and have been able, in some ways, to create something that’s very different.
My wife, Gina, who has always embraced comics and comics-related stuff, was like what do you want to be when you grow up?
And then I was so excited about that, because I really want to just do what I want to.
It�s just so weird.
It wasn’t like, Let me just go in the future and go to a college and get a degree and get into an acting class and get on TV, but let me go back and do that thing.
It is what it is.
I feel like it was so surreal to just look back and see what I accomplished.
I’ve always felt that way.
But I really wanted to try something different, because my experience has been that, for the most part, superheroes have been the best.
And I wanted something different.
What I did was just an extension of that, and a really weird one.