Turin, Rome, and Happy 17th, Sky

Back from Italy with a few photos, lots of great memories, and a 17 year-old daughter whose birthday lasted for 36 hours courtesy of a really long plane ride.

Thanks to my Italian publisher Vittorio Pavesio for a great visit, as well as the lovely Gina, and all the great folks at the Pavesio Comics booth. Shout-outs also to Fulvio, Maurizio,¬†Gianfranco,¬†Barbara, Ryo, Massimo, all our fellow guests, and the great teachers and students at Rome’s¬†International School of Comics, including director Dino Caterini and our Rome translator Matteo.

Discussion (8)¬

  1. Fabrizio says:

    Thanks for the visit, Scott, for your kindness and the awesome reading!

  2. Zack says:

    Scary passage of time moment for me — I met you and your family 10 years ago at ComicCon (I think it was 2000, anyway; Patrick Farley was there too, if that helps) and so of course your daughters are older now, but I still remember them as 7 and 4…

  3. Gary says:

    Almost looks like the “Sky doesn’t smile in pictures” rule doesn’t apply in Italy. =)

  4. gud says:

    Thank you for the meeting at the school in Rome. I was really proud to interview you. Have a good day!