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sam vanallemeersch
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sam vanallemeersch


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ACTRON v4, #6 - homemade notebook cover

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ACTRON v4, #6 - homemade notebook cover

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Aug 09
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adam ferris

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BOOK ONE: MARS2

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  1. BASEMENT LIFE
  2. FLAT EYES
  3. FAIRE LA PERRUQUE, WHATEVS
  4. JERK VIZIER
  5. DEFINE COLOR
  6. I DOUBT IT
  7. HEY, WEIRD SHOES
  8. GRID
  9. DEEP CAPTURE
  10. INFINITE SUBBASEMENT
  11. THE INTERFACE TO SECURITY
  12. LATCHKEY PIRATE
  13. ATLAS SHIT
  14. DIVORCEE CANYON
  15. TIGHT IMPRESSIONS
  16. DASH 1
  17. BAJA PIOTR
  18. TODAY WAS CRAP
  19. THE SCARLET WOMAN
  20. YOU HAD TWO SONS, MY GHOST HAS NO HEAD
BOOK TWO: • • •
  1. HELLO, CRUEL WORLD
  2. IT’S A DIFFERENT WORLD
  3. OUR ENEMIES ARE FLAT
  4. TIMES OF ENJOYMENT
  5. FUCK NO, SCHLUMPFE
  6. GOAT LAB
  7. THE GOLDEN ASS
  8. DARK WALLET
  9. SPIRALS
  10. SPIRALS, PT. 2
  11. SPIRALS, PT. 3
  12. SUBPLOT
  13. BLACK ACURA
  14. FRANK THE GOAT
BOOK THREE:

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Aug 06
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petetoms:

Here’s a comic that I just finished and have conflicting feelings about.

It’s bigger and slightly easier to read, here on my site.


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RAGNAROK, a game for webcrawlers

RAGNAROK, a game for webcrawlers


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Aug 04
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FRANK THE GOAT

by Stanley Lieber

Frank the goat sat down in the grass. Dizzy. The dust had crept into his nose.

Bear continued to rummage, in search of his lost doll. Where could she be? Bear could not push through the mud in his mind. Dirt, not mud. Dust. Bear knew the proper words for things.

Plane crash.

Frank observed the commotion.

Bear could smell the rain, on its way from the west. And now, the black smoke. This unsettled him. He was becoming grumpy. Where was his doll?

“ЖЖ,” said the doll.

“Harumph!” grumbled Bear. He retrieved the sullen arrangement of rags from the memory cache. Soiled, which agitated her. She twisted and turned, more than once slipping from his grasp.

Still, he persisted.

Bear was firm.

“Time!” exclaimed the doll, straightening her dress, brushing the dust from her white pinafore and black bows.

Bear could not understand, but the road, and soon the debris from the crash site crunched and crumpled underfoot. The doll took inventory as Bear sniffed the air. The weather, the weather.

Frank stirred. His wounds had not healed. He would tolerate a distraction, especially now. The men had cut out his kidney but left his brain. So, what news?

Frank puzzled as Bear ambled by, clutching his doll, trailing debris from the crash site.

Here was a spectacle.

FRANK THE GOAT

by Stanley Lieber

Frank the goat sat down in the grass. Dizzy. The dust had crept into his nose.

Bear continued to rummage, in search of his lost doll. Where could she be? Bear could not push through the mud in his mind. Dirt, not mud. Dust. Bear knew the proper words for things.

Plane crash.

Frank observed the commotion.

Bear could smell the rain, on its way from the west. And now, the black smoke. This unsettled him. He was becoming grumpy. Where was his doll?

“ЖЖ,” said the doll.

“Harumph!” grumbled Bear. He retrieved the sullen arrangement of rags from the memory cache. Soiled, which agitated her. She twisted and turned, more than once slipping from his grasp.

Still, he persisted.

Bear was firm.

“Time!” exclaimed the doll, straightening her dress, brushing the dust from her white pinafore and black bows.

Bear could not understand, but the road, and soon the debris from the crash site crunched and crumpled underfoot. The doll took inventory as Bear sniffed the air. The weather, the weather.

Frank stirred. His wounds had not healed. He would tolerate a distraction, especially now. The men had cut out his kidney but left his brain. So, what news?

Frank puzzled as Bear ambled by, clutching his doll, trailing debris from the crash site.

Here was a spectacle.


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