Labels: Famous Moments in P.I.C. History, P.I.C.
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I remember not being there that day!
But you did visit The Words and Pictures Museum once before that.
Actually, I was noting the mind plays tricks on me sometimes. I was thinking why I didn't go that time and I forgot, I was still living in Seattle.
Well, that would have been a long road trip to Northampton, Massachusetts. :D
Nice town, too.
Oh, yeah! Northampton is an awesome town. The whole time we were walking around, I kept saying, "We should all move here."The Words & Pictures Museum of Fine Sequential Art was founded by artist Kevin B. Eastman (co-creator of THE TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES) in 1990.Northampton was also the place where the (comic book) Creator’s Bill of Rights was written. The participants of the Bill’s creation included Scott McCloud, Dave Sim, Gerhard, Steve Bissette, Rick Veitch, Larry Marder, Kevin Eastman, Peter Laird, Mark Martin, Steve Murphy, Michael Zulli, Eric Talbot, Ken Mitchroney, Michael Dooney, Steve Lavigne, Craig Farley, Jim Lawson and Ryan Brown...http://albert.nickerson.tripod.com/creatorsbillofrights.html
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