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  1. Rick Parker

    Joseph Remnant’s Harvey Pekar seems as firmly rooted on the page and in the story as Pekar himself seems to be firmly rooted in his own life.

  2. Jon Witmer

    A terrific story terrifically illustrated. I love the lack of panel borders, and as a result, the way the story floats in a limbo not unlike that experienced while traveling. Excellent work, Messrs. Pekar and Remnant!

  3. Tara Seibel

    interesting how you went out of the panels. your lettering is
    perfect joseph.. nice cross-hatched shadows. bravo!

  4. Dean Haspiel

    great collaboration!

  5. Megan Auffart

    Hah! Cole looks awesome! Mr. Pekar is such a great speaker. Out of all the authors who came to BSU this year, Mr. Pekar was the best. He was so nice to speak to our class. :-D

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  9. clay sizemore

    I’m from muncie. I can’t believe I missed Harvey. Seriously, the biggest regret of my life.

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