Love it! Ames & Bertozzi make GREAT collaborators - which isn’t surprising if you think of their individual styles & subject matters. I loved all the little details, textual and visual, which augment and never duplicate each other. And I actually laughed out loud at the thought of pugilist Ames screaming for help, scared of a cockroach! Excellent debut for Haspiel’s N-D-N anthology.
Awsome teaming of Ames and Bertozzi.
Ames should do a comic just about his hair.
This is sweet! Nice work, gennulmen.
I guess in a set up like that, you can cook or wash your buns
in the area.
Always good to see more Bertozzi and Ames. Together is even better. Looking forward to The Alcoholic.
wow, this teamup in concept was killer, and its execution is uberdooperkiller! the last panel kills me.
Slick work, boys… Bertozzi gives great Ames!
An auspicious beginning to the NDN series indeed…
This strip is a fantastic opener. A great story to set the pace.
Well - I just love it. Period.
Well, the story is great and I like that scary atmosphere… but I think the quality of drawing and inking has nothing to do with the one I saw in The Salon… It really dissappoints me
[...] the creators themselves involving their neighbors. Some of the stories highlight talents such as Jonathan Ames and Nick Bertozzi, and Harvey Pekar and Rick Veitch. Though my personal favorites include Elizabeth Genco and Mike [...]
good as always, nick!
I could definitely relate to this on so many levels…good stuff!!
The whole baseball-bat sequence is FANTASDTIC! The story is pretty good, but for me it’s the art that does it. The Salon is fucking fabulous too.
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Well it is true that sometimes the things are bugging you are the only ones that care. I have lived in apts that needed raid on a daily basis as well.
A different idea. All very good and very beautiful
Form different and very powerful
It was a great strip thanks for the work.
I really enjoyed the strip it was a lot of effort thank you.
[...] Ames is a busy man. Apart from being a contributor to the RADAR featured webcomic series Next Door Neighbor (RADAR 001 – Next Door Neighbor), Mr. Ames is also the author of numerous written works, and [...]
[...] series began with “Next Door Neighborless: A True Story,” a creation of novelist Ames and Nick Bertozzi, about a man’s paranoia regarding his lack of [...]
I actually laughed out loud at the thought
i like it
I’ve never taken that perspective on it. I guess its great to analysis and learn up on these type of things from time to time so that way one is in no way out of the loop. thanks!
It was a great strip thanks
It was a great strip thanks for the work. thanks you
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