Amé -obviamente- a la mujer que comió su pulgar
Qué nostalgia esas historias no contadas, que seguramente son las que uno más ha repasado.
Fantastic, Juan. Among my favorites, definitely!
i love your comics so much
“there was signs” –> “there were signs”
As always your work is awesome and well worth waiting for…
Thanks and I’m glad you like it. Thanks anonymous, it’s fixed now. Of course!
Excellent work! I think this one will be a classic Secret Knots, one of the examples of “what this comic is like” that I’ll show friends when describing it to them.
One of my favourite pages too! The stackable dolls are very effective in your story-telling.
Brilliant, this is one of your best yet! The internal reference to Sartory is a nice touch.
Beautiful and poignant as always – excellent work. Makes me wish I’d met my grandparents.
Found the site today, and read through the whole archive.
This one is both the first that I read and my favourite one
“This was the kind of stories our grandfather used to tell”
Should be “story”.
But, I love it
Thanks. That’s one of my common mistakes.
an unreachable memory… how sad but fitting
How to draw a Matryoshka – http://www.drawingforall.net/how-to-draw-a-matryoshka-doll/
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