jills a cat


BEASTS OF BURDEN: WHAT THE CAT DRAGGED IN was nominated for an Eisner Award in the “Best Single Issue/One-Shot” category. 

Congrats to co-writer Sarah Dyer, co-creator/illustrator Jill Thompson (also nominated in two other categories for her work), editor Daniel Chabon and publisher Dark Horse Comics. 

And thanks to those who sold, bought and read the 2016 one-shot. Appreciate the support.  

FYI, the one-shot is still in print and available, as is the first hardcover collection, BEASTS OF BURDEN: ANIMAL RITES, currently in a 7th printing. More stories are in the works, fingers crossed something will see the light of day before 2017 is out. 

My cat Jill always enjoyed sleeping behind my computer. It’s warm, where I am 24/7, and out of reach of the new pup, so it’s perfect.

Both her and her brother, Jack, got sick though so they’ve been sticking close to eachother. Yesterday they slept together all day in my parent’s room, Jack’s favorite nap spot

Now they’re crammed together behind my monitor.