The only thing that could tempt me back into a full-time job was the opportunity to work with my buddy Slangman again, which I’ve been happily doing for the last few weeks.
Back after the dot com bubble burst, I worked with Slangman and my brother Jason for a few years. We operated out of my brother’s apartment, and I grew spoiled eating frittatas and chocolate souffles. (Ah… that was the hard life!) But back then, Slangman Publishing was just a publishing company. Nowadays, it’s so much more…
We’re puttin’ on a show!
I’m not entirely sure how much I can talk about publicly, so I’ll play it safe and show you a fun YouTube clip starring the Slangman himself:
The target audience is young kids, although I’d be surprised if you didn’t find yourself singing “Maison” later tonight despite yourself.
I’ve never been exposed to the world of acting or animation or TV production before, so I find all of it fascinating. Best of all, though, is getting to work with Slangman. He’s truly one of the sweetest guys in the world, and a whole heckuva lot of fun.