1. What was your favourite scene in Mind Game?
There's a lot. I love when Nichi is telling Myun about the comic he wants to write about some stranded astronauts for whom the only edible thing on the enitre alien planet is a certain creature's poo. The creature is the last of its kind and they have to help it hunt, brush its teeth and nurse it when sick! They develop a true symbiotic relationship with it. But there are other, bigger creatures who want to eat the poo, too! I would read that comic.
I also like Myun's fantasy of representing earth in an intergalactic swimming competition, her sister's bizarre performance art, the bit where everyone is dancing, and the entire running sequence. Too many good scenes to list!
2. Was there any Achewood strip that was particularly memorable for ya?
I suppose the whole cartilidge head thing? I sort of stopped reading achewood a while back
3. What kind of food stuffs would you cook/figure up for a snack?
MACK 'N' THE DOGGFATHER
This is when you chop up hot dog sausages and put them in with macaroni cheese. Delicious!
4. One of your neatest ideas was giving folk huge hairdos and them with words written on them. How did that idea pop out?
I guess from Dr. Slump? Toriyama gives everyone these cool trucker hats with words on them in white on black, usually with just their names (Dr. Slump has SLUMP on his hat). I started doing the same in my sketchbook, but say I would put 'RIVAL' on the hat of Theory Girl's rival. Then it was only a small step from hats to hairstyles. It's not without precedent anyway, The Yellow Kid used to have his dialogue written on his nightgown, rather than in speech bubbles.
5. What is your prefered method of transportation, for work/commercial district?
you can draw and read on the train. I'm about to start a job which i need to ride the train to get to. I am going to do so much drawing it will make your head fall off.
Post a reply saying HIT ME or something and I'll ask you some questions specific to you!
P.S. Can you spot the words I secretly changed in the flyer copy? CLUE: it's the part that refers to a musical instrument that DOES NOT EXIST