I enjoyed this piece. Thanks! The colors are very expressive.
I hope I never go to that place…
Wow, this is a great one. I like the subtle cynicism, or is that just me reading too much into it? BTW I read LIM regularly(Started it before I started this)
Brilliant as always, juan, you restore my faith in webcomics.
Though I’d be interested to see how these look in print…
Really liked this. It’s weird how places get a reputation. I know of a grocery store that has a reputation as a meeting place for singles. It’s not uncommon to be hit on while shopping for produce. It makes sense I guess. You can learn a lot about a person by looking in their shopping cart.
Thanks everybody for the comments!. (B: Nice to hear from you!)
I haven’t decide yet for a print service, have you tried any you’d recommend?
Once again, a wonderful strip and a great thought interwoven inside it.
Don’t stop drawing them. Ever.
As the first comic I viewed from you, it was pretty impressive.
And I agree with Robin: the cynicism is delicious.
So is this a true story: have you been dumped at The Curtain?
The place and the story are fictitious.
I think i’m going to this place at the weekend. I hope i’m wrong.
Sorry to be a random editor.
When used as a verb, break up is two words – not one.
Love your work! I really think you should print these.
I think we’ve all been to this place. You kind of always see it coming don’t you. Charming comic as always.
Just found your comic. Dazzlingly good work, especially the sense of atmosphere. Kudos!
(Also an excellent substitute for not having a life…)
sure as heel don’t want to be doing a chefs gig here 🙂
This is one of my favorites.
I love this webcomic’s whimsy.
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