[...] Dean was immensely helpful in squeezing the maximum out of my minimal talents. See the whole thing here, and be sure to look for me and the rest of the MAMMALS at the New York Comic Con February [...]
Nice job guys.
I likewise want to know what happened to the film nerds.
[...] stories on SmithMag’s damned fine Next Door Neighbor series (edited by Dean Haspiel) is Dorm Stalker, illustrated by Tom Forget and penned by Anthony Lappé who wrote my favourite graphic novel of [...]
[...] [Comics] “Dorm Stalker” Link: Smith Magazine [...]
Lovely art, lovely use of spot blacks, nice panel?page compositions. Great!
The structure and presentation of art more perfect
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This is beautiful!!! I love it.
Quality performance art and desing
You really do good artwork on the stories do you work on comic strips professionaly?
Well if some one will sit with bums to be with you sounds like a good start to me.
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Everything typed made a lot of sense. But, what about this?
what if you were to write a killer post title?
I am not suggesting your content isn’t solid., but what if
you added a headline that makes people want more? I mean Dorm Stalker | Next-Door Neighbor is a little boring.
You might glance at Yahoo’s front page and see how they
write post headlines to grab viewers interested.
You might try adding a video or a picture or two to grab readers interested about what you’ve written. In my opinion, it could make
your posts a little bit more interesting.
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