This is fantastic. I love your style!
Really superb, both visually and a story with a real kick too.
Creepy and so well drawn!
Love the planes in the background everywhere.
THe art is fabulous and the story scared me. Thanks
Great work. I love the last picture.
Beautiful work, John.
HIGHLARIOUS! The dude in his first pose reminds me of Matthew McConaughey in Dazed&Confused… exquisite art and fine lil story
Great little piece. The final panel is perfect.
Really nice art and panel design
Totally creeptastic! I love the airplanes everywhere, especially their tails, stealthly passing, in silhouette on a rooftop, reflected in a puddle…
wow, beautiful John. Of course, if your brother was anything like mine then he probably made the story up just to freak you out!
Love your sense of time and place….
Love your sense of time and place…
so funny! huge fan of your style - amazing detail, precision. third panel is my favorite….
Somebody likes William Stout! But that’s no bad thing, sir. Good work!
I freaking love your work John! That bold pen & ink style is beautiful!
The best part is the look on your face when your brother relates the phone conversation to you. Very funny!
The art work and very different
Thank you for good information
This is beautiful!!! I love it.
The best design
Great art work. Do you have more strips?
Thank you very much but i like informaiton to you.
The best information but i like
Good use of colorful language and good art I enjoyed it. Thank you.
Thanks for share comics.
Well the story does not reach a conclusion and say what happened to him or the pictures and what else was going on it would have made it more interesting if we had a few more panels.
This is fantastic. I like it
beautiful John. Of course,
Really cool story and fantastic art. Reminds me of Mort Drucker and Robert Crumb, at the same time!
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