I take so much pleasure in what you do. This comic constantly reminds me of the possibilities of the medium beyond soap operatic power fantasy.
It saddens me that this comic updates so infrequently. That said, I’ll be here for every update.
It amazes me how much every one of these makes me think. They’re imprecise, abstract even, but I can interpret them specifically in so many ways. Your words and visuals complement each other incredibly well, and I’ll be looking forward to your future works.
Every one of these is a poem, and this is one of your finest. And, yes, I think it is very true. Incredible, as usual.
Once again you bring the awesome.
This is amazing. So glad my friend told me about this. Beautiful, weird, oniric… love it.
How eerie and beautiful. This one leaves me with so many questions. It’s perfect reading material, as Summer steps aside for Autumn.
Thank you so much for your comments. I’m glad with how this comic turned out and it’s been shared probably more times than most of the previous ones, on twitter and fb.
This is a work of art. I weep, giggle, smile and sigh every time I read it.
So strangely nice, heartwarming, creepy and wrong on so many levels simultaneously. Immensly well done Mr. Santapau.
This is perhaps all of us, sometimes. Thank you for this (: As always, looking forward to every update!
PS I’d love a door poster of this!
Oh my god, I just happened across your comic and I’m in love with it! Followed a link from Another Tower and ended up here. Absolutely beautiful
Juan, I love you. I love you forever.
Great work Juan! I’ve just recently stumbled by your work and I really enjoy it. It all strikes me with a sense of strange relation. This one in particular I like a lot. The fantastical elements of the Yaya’s story remind me of my own grandma’s words, and the layered meaning in the interactions of the rain man and child was tasteful.
Thanks for sharing this, I will be vigilant awaiting any new pieces.
I get directed here and read the last two pages just to see what it’s on about and I’m about ready to cry. That’s not fair, I haven’t even gotten a chance to start at the right end yet!
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