Everything that gets in has to get out…
So, remember this thing? Sorry for the delay, life got complicated in a good way (I’m gonna be somebody’s dad!). Anyway, now we’re back. Remember last page? We might have ended up inside the belly of a certain mammal…
This is a comic about people having no clue about where they are. That explains both the “biographer” and the “auto” parts.
Hey, remember us? We were stranded somewhere at sea, we were on a boat, then we got kicked out of the boat. Cartoonist’s life’s are exciting.
So, looks like we made it out of that creepy boat. I guess that’s “good” news, right?
I guess at this point this comic is impossible to recap. Many things happened. Now some more things will keep happening. Also, the second issue of the print “version” of this comic is on my on-line store. Buy stuff from me, I’m cheap!
I don’t know why I find the first sentence in this page so amusing, but I do.
Remember that thing that was about to fall on Fede? Well, it took a couple of weeks, but looks like it’s finally falling down. Comics are all about timing, right?
So, we’re getting back on track here. I also just finished a little mini collecting the pages for the second “chapter” of this comic, I’ll be putting up for sale here this week. And next week I’ll start publishing the second chapter of I Don’t Have Problems Anymore. “Promises, promises”.
Lighting strikes again:
Also, if you happen to be in Buenos Aires, Federico Reggiani is going to be “presenting” the Autobiographer book, with two very dear friends presenting their own books, this Friday. Maybe if there’s wi-fi there I’ll try to skype into the event and talk to whoever wants to talk to me?
June 16, 6 pm to 8 pm. Robot Negro: Galería Apolo (Av. Corrientes 1382, Locales 18-19).