For the first and second installments of this story, please scroll down to the bottom of this page and work your way back up…
Thanks a lot to Shannon O’ Leary and Austin English for helping me to remember details & names, and to Liv Strömquist for help in reassembling dialogue.
The final three panels are absolutely hilarious, though I’m sure they weren’t fun to sit through in reality. I can’t tell you how much I enjoyed this series. It’s off the charts.
Awesomesauce with mustard!
I like how you’re bringing the Dagwood back…
definitely agree with the ending being hilarious “For the love of god!!”
I wish I hadn’t missed that feminist comics panel.
I love the book I got!
I’m a new fan (I still have the fresh-out-of-the-box new fan smell). Your work has made me excited about comics and drawing again. I’m going to start buying your books. Keep it up!
I find it so refreshing that you stop and start and talk about being bored doing panels and basically let us know that there’s a process and a person doing this. I hate when I watch documentaries and I feel like they’re cheating by not showing us that there’s an interviewer or by making it look like everything happened in five minutes.
I love the look of utter distress on Rui’s face as you tell him you want more *blood*!
“For the love of god…” Hilarious!
It sounds like this was a very interesting experience. I got copies of Galago years ago when I went to Angouleme (first and only time, sniff, sniff). I remember the comics were a mixed bag in terms of quality but mostly that they were very different-looking from what I saw of comics from France or Germany.
I’d like to hear more about this. Hope you had fun!
Galago is my favorite
I love the idea of Paul Gravett as a token patriarch.LOL!
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