Terminal Lance “Chest Candy”
March 1, 2016
Can you blame him?
In case you missed it, Navy SEAL Senior Chief Edward Byers is the first living Navy SEAL to receive the Medal of Honor since the Vietnam war. You might have also noticed that his ribbon stack is quite impressive, to say the least.
It has inspired the most rock-hard moto-boners across the military, though I would expect no less from a Navy SEAL. In all seriousness, I congratulate Senior Chief Edward Byers, as well as all of the Medal of Honor recipients, on being a much more hardcore badass than myself and most of us will ever be. I had the honor of spending a couple of days with three Army Medal of Honor recipients last month at the 13 Hours premiere in Dallas, and it was a humbling experience to say the least. To even be invited amongst such company was an honor for me, a guy who is most well-known for artful representations of phallic objects.
In other news Terminal Lance is back!
I have to apologize for the rather unannounced absence, I was actually on a much needed vacation for a couple of weeks in Europe. It’s crazy, but my entire life is essentially imploding right now with just a lot of things.
In case you missed the big news, my graphic novel The White Donkey was picked up by Little, Brown and Co. for national publication on April 19th! Little Brown has been amazing to work with so far, and they’ve been super excited about bringing the book to a broader audience. The book will be available in stores and online in hardcover starting April 19th!
Europe was a lot of fun, most of the time spent actually in London. I did travel to Brussels in Belgium for a couple of days, which was fun, except it was really impossible to find any food that wasn’t waffles, chocolate or fries. There was also a creepy peeing baby everywhere. I don’t know.
I’m back in the glorious land of the free now, however, I’ll be busy again this weekend as I relocate my entire life to Los Angeles. Like I said, it’s been a crazy last month or so.
Don’t worry, Terminal Lance isn’t going anywhere any time soon.
One final note: If you’re a Kickstarter backer who pledged over $40 and you still didn’t receive a copy of the book, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can get you sorted out. I’m caught up on everyone that has emailed me, but I will not send the book out until you confirm your current address with me.