Many pages ago, we learned there was a videogame starring our very peculiar doppelgängers. And, yes, I’m still inside that Little Free Library.
Currently, I'm uploading (almost) every monday a new page of Autobiographer, a comic I do with Federico Reggiani that you can start reading here.
So, it starts here. I once heard someone mention something in passing and I thought there was a story somewhere there. Then I spent years trying to figure out exactly what that story was.
Earlier this year I was working an office job. I’d usually bike to the office (downhill) and walk back home (uphill). It was a 30 minute walk that I’d sometimes break by stopping at a café where I’ll try to draw or write, with mixed results. One of those days I sat down with my americano and a semi-disappointing chocolate chip cookie and wrote the whole outline for this comic in about 25 minutes.
Since then, I’ve quit that job and moved out of that apartment, but I do still get disappointed when I have a not-so-great cookie and I’ve kept the outline for this comic pretty much the same.
See you next Wednesday!
Hi everyone (and by everyone I mean those 5 of you that seem to actually visit this website: I love you and you’re gorgeous). I’m doing this new comic and I’m very happy with it. Starting next week, I’ll be posting a couple of pages here every Wednesday.
I’ve actually finished the first chapter and, if you’d rather read it all in one seating, you can buy the floppy.
Buenos Aires, 1962. The military has forced the previous president to resign and Peronism is still banned, but it doesn’t really matter: Estela and Norma are about to discover their favorite pop star.
Anyway, see you next week!
So, I had to take a short hiatus to finish this other comic (more on that soon), do some work and live a life. You might be wondering how can I have life events that are not portrayed on this comics that you’re reading, right? Well, the answer is simple, my friend: they are. If you can’t read them there, it’s probably your fault. We can’t be responsible for your very poor reading skills. Try harder! We love you.
This might not be true about every country, but at least in Argentina, there’s trucks that’ll deliver (siphon bottled) seltzer water to your house on a regular basis.
So, I haven been able to draw because I had to go to Argentina to visit family, release a record and tour around, get back home and get sick. Also, I had to put together a book with the first 4 or 5 years of Autobiographer, that just came out (in spanish only, sorry)! In the meantime, Fede still had back pains and couldn’t move around. Here’s how he attempts to solve the problem: