Wednesday, February 28, 2007

28 Days of 2000 AD #28.2: The End

The thing that's always struck me about 2000 AD is the loyalty it inspires, not only among the readers, but also among its creators. When I was editor in the second half of the 1990s, artist Mark Harrison literally worked himself so hard he got taken to hospital. I sent him this letter, which Mark recently rediscovered and emailed back to me. Forgive the language, but I was making a point. Much as we love 2000 AD, it's not the most important thing in the world. Our lives, our families and our health should come first...

1 comment:

Pablo Daniel Doce said...

Bautiful post. Makes a clear point. It´s always a pleasure to read your blog Mr Bishop.

Kind Regards