I am the first to like this post! I love it actually.
An oldie but a goodie. John Byrne did this in an issue of Alpha Flight once upon a time….but that last panel was poignant here.
That picture you saw at MOMA was “Erased de Kooning Drawing.”
What are you taking?
Because between the last one and this one, my mind is blown.
I sent both of these to my girlfriend.
And showed your strip in that newspaper thing. (Panorama? Bought it from Chapters, loved it, can’t remember a name to save my life)
Anyways, thanks for sharing more of your amazing talent.
Wow that was fantastic! Clever use of the blank panels, combined with a great final 2 panels.
Panel 5: 2 red eyes?
So happy Ive found your work. It makes me smile in an I feel smart kinda way.
i see what you didn’t there
there’s something unexpectedly sweet about this : )
Wow, stumbled upon your blog. This entry was fantastic.
How I Make My Comics, Pt. 2.
You’re in every panel, more than ever, so brilliantly you.
It was a good day (year ?) : most of the time glittering white light, a bit of darkness.
Your strips and your steadiness are stimulating. We’re also lucky.
All the best,
(“The length of his walk uniformly made the length of his writing. If shut up in the house, he did not write at all.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson)
I’m not sure why, Gabrielle, but that comic almost made me cry, in a good way. Wow wow.
Wow…amazing (conceptually that is)…
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