Monday, April 30, 2012

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Good morning all. I had a hell of a time at Calgary Expo - I am tempted to say it was the most fun I've ever had in my life! Thanks to all who stopped by and said hello, you are awesome. :D

I'll probably post some pictures on Tumblr this evening, though I didn't get very many since I was trapped behind a table for most of the time. The only things I bought at the convention were two brushpens after the one I was using dried up. Luckily, the art supply booth was right behind us, how convenient!


  1. Love the little watch-check in the first panel.

  2. Overall review ahoy, I wanted to say I thought you caught the cycle of self-hate and shaming very well, as well as the intense stigma of mental disorders.

    I really enjoy reading this comic and feel you did a great job at making us feel for Jeremy. It's sometimes hard to make someone like him (I.E. some suffering) likeable because people in pain can be very selfish and whiny.

    I think a lot of people might think this story is an exaggeration but I've been in places in my life that are similar-ish, and I've heard hair raising tales from friends.

    1. Thank you. :) I'm glad I'm hitting all the right notes. (It is indeed no exaggeration; much of this story is based on my own experience.)