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Jim Dougan is a comic writer hailing from the Hudson Valley hamlet of Millbrook, NY, and currently living in Washington, DC. His debut work in comics was the comedy graphic novella CRAZY PAPERS, drawn by Danielle Corsetto. Jim is a founding member of the comics collective The Chemistry Set, and the editor of the first ChemSet anthology collection NO FORMULA, available from Desperado Publishing. SAM & LILAH, his romance-adventure collaboration with Hyeondo Park, was featured in the March 2008 Zuda competition and has continued at ACT-I-VATE since May 2008. http://www.activatecomix.com Molly Lawless is a native Bostonian and current Arlington, VA-based comic artist, illustrator, wannabe-marathoner and deadball-era baseball enthusiast. Her first four mini-comics -- including the ongoing series "Great Moments in Baseball", "Rules of Romance", "My Health Regimen" and "The Turning of the Worm" have been collected in Infandum!...Ad Infinitum, now available via her website, http://tyrnyx.wordpress.com/.

16 Responses

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  2. K. Thor Jensen

    This is some good stuff right here.

  3. Nick Bertozzi

    I need fifty more pages of John Lincoln.

    Great read! I love the art!

  4. lando

    nice art. good flow and character development, he was already starting to piss me off! nice work!

  5. Michel Fiffe

    That part with the dad just broke my heart. You were nice above and beyond the call of duty, Jim. Nice yarn. Molly, the art is great as well. You guys make a dynamite team.

  6. Adri

    Loved this - wonderful, soft pencilling - and truly relatable characters. Like Nick said - I want more of this deviant “closeted” guy’s story!

  7. Jim D.

    Thanks for reading, folks! Unfortunately, I don’t think we’ll be able to fulfill Nick and Adri’s requests for more about this guy…

  8. J Napoleon

    I thought the storyline was great and the drawing was excellent. I want to read more…

  9. kat

    wow, molly totally captured you, jim.
    great story you guys!

  10. Molly

    I’m so glad you all enjoyed it!

  11. nosh newfield

    Great piece. Looks and reads just like the real Jim D. Wonderful, fabulous art, in a style reminiscent of Sendak. A keeper

  12. Jim D.

    Want to know something weird? It’d been like a year since we’d gotten any mail for “Lincoln”. Since this story’s been posted, we’ve gotten three pieces of mail for him.

    Spooky.

  13. Tim Hamilton

    I’m a little late getting to this one and am so sorry.
    One of my favorites. Last panel is the bomb. Yo.

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