Two insightful stories of the line between film and reality being blurred, with very different finales. I always get excited when I see a new comic pop up on the RSS feed, Juan; keep it up 🙂 .
yep. you are The Man
Mmm. Delicious, as always. I love your short stories.
That’s some gorgeous art.
You present a story that never happened as if it were a part of our world, and one of the characters experiences a fiction as if it were his reality — I was quite tickled.
I’m a writer, and this accurately represents my understanding of the world. I’m often confused about whether I like something because I actually like it or because a character likes it, or I talk for several minutes about things I made up like they actually happened before remembering that they didn’t.
Great work as always.
You really are a mind blowing creator. You don’t put a lot out but they are always worth taking one’s time over. Dang. Way to go.
Especially love the random lines from movies you’ve invented, and the title of the film that he made for her.
Thanks everyone for your comments!
I have more contempt for Chris than I would’ve thought possible with such a brief introduction. THAT is good art.
Thought you might be interested in this Lovecraft inspired comic,
if you don’t know it already.
It’s quite lovely.
Maybe helpful to put the link?
Thanks. (I pulled the comment out of the spam box, that tends to happen with links)
@Michelle–Now that you mention it, it can be slightly unnerving to step back and realize one’s tastes and life history have expanded to incorporate all those little sub-consciousnesses one has brought into being within oneself. I am a hive of my own making and don’t always enjoy all the subcomponents, but they are too alive to sever by the time I notice. (I wonder if God ever feels that way.)
Great!! I really liked this story
This is beautiful Juan.
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