I re-ran the whole thing here:
That is Domitille Collardey, Gabby Schulz, Leanne Shapton, Richard Mcguire, Tom Gauld
I told my wife about your frustrating experience with the Maps app—it’s the reason I take the role of navigator on many of our trips, now. I enjoyed this entry, as I do all of them. I hope to run into you at SPX and pick up your latest work. It was fun to re-read the San Diego comics when I bought the mini at Atomic Books recently (print is always my favorite way to experience comics).
Great story! I can totally relate. I used to hike a lot in the San Gabriel Mountains north of Los Angeles. I went out one time after work and wanted to hike to a certain backpacking camp. I went 30 minutes longer than I should have. I was out in the mountains alone in the dark. I was heard coyotes, and thought I heard bears and mountain lions everywhere. When I finally got back to my car, there were some people there that pointed out a bear on the dumpster going through the trash. They were in their car and I was standing in the middle of the parking lot, just a few yards away. Let me tell you, it was scary!
Wow, you’re coloring is so great! You not only work with a wonderful palette, but your colors also set a perfect mood. The pretty blue water turned grey in that second to last panel when you’re traveling in the dark. Very nice touch. I myself love to walk around in order to think clearly about things, but I need to be in the city. Even if it’s a park, it’s gotta be in the city. I can’t deal with the “great” outdoors. Nature scares the hell out of me, makes me very nervous.
this is just brilliant. damn this sounds embarrassing but i think you ARE my inspiration in drawing cartoons!
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