Rick, Nice colour and gorgeous light source. You really brought this story to life!
Great job, Rick! A match made in heaven!
Houston, we have a new Pekar artist.
Bravo, Mr. Parker.
[...] sequence from “I.Q.,” drawn by Rick Parker and ©2009 Harvey [...]
Fresh and crisp. Like a one hour old McDLT!
This is my favorite story in the pekar project so far.I admit to relating to Harvey on this one.”I don’t want to find out that I was dumber than I thought I was.”It is a honest comic.
Wow Rick Parker! This is stunning, I want more!!!
[...] and I think this is some of my favorite Pekar stuff in a long time. I particularly like the Rick Parker stuff, just because it’s so colorful, detailed and huge — to print panels with such [...]
great story. and, rick, your art is so well suited for this. i love it!
also, that dog. oh my god.
The best art and design
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Now that Harvey Pekar has died today at 70, I think people will find out (as I did) that he was a lot SMARTER than we thought he was.
[...] by a different artist (click their names to read their respective Pekar stories): Rick Veitch, Rick Parker, Joseph Remnant and Sean Pryor. Jeff Newelt AKA [...]
[...] character. Also, I mention an unpublished Pekar moment, debuting here, drawn by Rick Parker, also a Pekar Project artist. Parker overheard Pekar when he complimented me on “smoothing” over a sticky situation, [...]
Hey, you used to write great, but the last several posts have been kinda boring¡K I miss your great writings. Past few posts are just a little out of track! come on!
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