Maximus had his follow-up yesterday and the vet says he’s recovering nicely from the surgery that removed 80% of his melanoma. Look at the handsome fella. He looks ten (dog) years younger!
Another Dark Matter interview is up, this one over at PopCultureZoo. In this one, I sit down with Joseph Dilworth Jr. and discuss similarities between the end of SGU and the beginning of Dark Matter, writing for comics, teams vs. single-hero stories, and plans for the series: http://popculturezoo.com/2011/11/joseph-mallozzi-discusses-dark-matter/.
The first issue hits the stands January 11, 2012. Start getting the word out!
Well, it didn’t take Alex long to hit the wall. After only two days of eating Mallozzi-style, Alexander was feeling overwhelmed. Amateur. Sure, he blames me – but I blame this:
P.S. Love the way the first five seconds of that video is frozen in time.
Since Alex was feeling a little under the weather, I decided to take it easy on his sad, fragile little stomach. And so, for lunch, we ended up at Memphis Blues Barbecue for a nice, light salad. And a side order of something called The Memphis Feast…
Following lunch, we did a little shopping. Alexander was on the hunt…
We returned home and, while they all relaxed, I seized the opportunity to do a little blogging.
And then, it was off to dinner! Because of Alex’s delicate constitution, we elected to go for sushi instead of instead of Italian. Our destination – Akemi’s favorite Japanese restaurant in Vancouver (she loves the rice!): Miku.
Alex seemed to have turned the corner by dinner’s end, so we ended up making the short walk to Bella Gelateria for dessert.
And then, of course, it was back to HQ for some late night laptopping.