So I'm curious here Blue, The future (or present I guess) pages are always in blue while the past are in the red. And you associated those colors with Al and Brendan respectively. So does that mean we will eventually see green pages that focus on Sulla? And will represent a different time period as well? My curiosity is running rampant and I can't stop it! I also wanted to praise you for the wonderful characters and story you've created! I'm always jumping in joy when a new page is out.
Here is basically the way I’ve organized OHS. Al is the character that the story centers around, and the blue sequences are what he is experiencing as the present. The blue sequence begins at his death and proceeds with his awakening because he’s experienced them as one right after the other, with no time gap in between. From then on the blue sequence continues in a straightforward way through 2021.
The red sequences, likewise, begin in 2001 and proceed in a straightforward line. It’s okay to associate this timeline with Brendan because the red timeline will continue past Al’s death, but I still consider Al to be the focal point of this timeline, too, especially early on.
There will be a third timeline that focuses on something with Sulla, but I’m not telling anyone when it’s set yet.
I’ve seen a fairly high number of new followers in the past month or so and I’m genuinely curious as to where you’re all coming from! If you’ve started following me fairly recently, can you let me know how you learned about me and/or OHS?
7 lbs of aged Swiss (since some people apparently just love the Swiss.) melted over computer chips. Served in a hoagie roll then frozen in a block of ice. Please be sure to take your order to the portion of the restaurant with tarp on the floor for easy clean up. No to go orders.
Sides: A milk tea and the question of what it truly means to be human.
When I began editing at Medium a few months ago, my goal was to make The Nib the destination for good political cartoons, comics journalism, humor and non-fiction. Today I move closer to that with the launch of a huge regular lineup that will see over 15 cartoons added to the collection…
I’ll be continuing to contribute nonfiction comics to Medium this year. People seemed to appreciate the Syria comics I’ve been working on with David Axe, and I’ll be doing more of those. And just check out that list of other folks!