This is just… completely inspirational, in a really weird but genuine way: Darryl Ayo’s “Press A To Talk: Do You Like Comics,” part mash-up-comics-as-installation, part polemic. His postscript message to creators, both professional and wannabe, is equally wonderful:
Dance and don’t be afraid to look silly. Don’t get terrified that your carefully cultivated “adult” facade of “coolness” will be compromised by people seeing you enjoy something from your heart. Because believe you me: we can all see through you and you look a lot more awkward and uncool pretending that you’re above it all.
Yes! More comics that aren’t afraid to be silly would be a wonderful thing. You can’t get OMAC or New Gods without also getting Devil Dinosaur, after all.