A sequential art story about my life.
Way to make your fans cry, man!The art is top-notch as always, and the theme of fathers and sons is handled with insight and great feeling. Not visiting the crap on your own son that was visited on you is a complex task that takes love and guts, and a capacity for self-reflection. And turning into art is gravy.Great one.
I meant "and turning IT into art is gravy.""Turning into art is gravy". . . why. . . that's just plain crazy. Is turning into gravy art?
You already know exactly what I would say so please read my mind. Your father was impossible to love. You and your kids are impossible to NOT love. Your son loves you and knows you better than anyone else does. Trust him.The artwork, as always, is splendid.
I'll add, for the record, that turning things in to gravy is also art. And I like the image of the body of the phone as an anvil...
You are awesome. I wish I could draw like you, but I don't have the patience- must be the poet in'ya.
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