love your artwork and love the story.
There have been some creepy stories in this but this one might be the creepiest.
Uh… WOW… Just the way the punchline hit was very unexpected. I would think you’d be more surprised.
Whoa. Very creepy.
Great work, KTJ, I can smell the mustiness of the Collier’s house! I really like the watercolors for the photographs too.
food has never been creepier.
Nice flow and word choice, you said a lot with very little.
[...] [Comics] “Stalker Pie” Link: K. Thor Jensen [...]
[...] * K. Thor Jensen steps up to Smith’s Next Door Neighbor bat with a piece entitled Stalker Pie. [...]
Fantastic story and art. Easily one of my favorites.
horrible. this is a waste of bandwidth space. jensen is an internet troll harassing fruit loop and his artwork is about as good as my 3 year old… trash.
Awesome. But I would TOTALLY have eaten the Gummi Bear/M&M pie!
A presentation of different ideas and very good
Thank you for good information
This is beautiful!!! I love it.
Good art and design but I like
have eaten the Gummi Bear/M&M pie!
like your artwork and love the story
Thank you very much but i like informaiton to you.
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Good Job.I like it.
It could be a stalker but more likely a lonely guy that never hurt anything. He can have pictures without harm.
good story thank so much
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