Tuesday, February 3, 2009

harry potter

well, here's a harry potter i did for a friend of a friend (who has, like many, been waiting patiently)... 

starting to get everything ready for the new york comic con this weekend, trying to get through a few more cap and 'haps pages and few more commissions...

and i don't know about everybody else, but i gotta say, tv is really hitting some high notes right now (bsg - frak!, 24, lost, and friday night lights are all delivering in a big way... and some returning favorites are as solid as ever - 30 rock, the office, earl, scrubs, chuck)


Bill Nolan said...

Have you given up on Heroes, too, Craig? I think I'm the only one left watching. Even the other guys on the Tim Sale board are ignoring the show at this point. I still love it. See you in New York!

craig rousseau said...

hey, bill -

ya know, the tivo was scheduled to record 24 last night, and i was busy at 9 so didn't watch heroes... and can't say i missed it.

i think i'm out.

Brian said...

I'm still watching Heroes and thought that it was pretty good last night, though the highlight for me was seeing Matt got the "power" to draw like Tim Sale.

Didn't watch Chuck because I don't have 3D glasses, but I think 30 Rock is funnier than ever this year. Way behind on both Earl and Scrubs on the DVR.

See you both this Friday.

Adam Hutch said...

I'm still sticking with Heroes. This week's episode so good. I'm holding out hope for this volume.

Friday Night Lights has been great this year. I'm glad it's still plugging along, and I'm called we're getting a resolution to Smash's storyline after last season.

Have fun in NYC this weekend. I wish I could go too.

Matt Wieringo said...

I hope you're having fun in NYC, Craig.

I gave up on HEROES after Season 2. I was having trouble finding time to watch it and realized it wasn't worth the effort. When things slow down workwise, I may start renting the DVD sets to see what I missed.

LOST is still knocking them out of the park and I'm a recent HOUSE convert. Character-driven stories at their best. I'm patiently waiting for the return of THE SARAH CONNER CHRONICLES and mourning the cancellation of my beloved PRISON BREAK. Oh, and FRINGE has me hooked. Anyone looking forward to DOLL HOUSE?