Transience And Surprise, And The Voice Of Fate

No, it’s not a post.

It’s a link!

Not too very long ago, Jim Roeg and I were talking about what comics are really all about:  little weird transient sublimities in art, that catch the attention in steel claws and yank it up through the page.  The story?  If it’s good, I guess that’s good.  If the drawing is nice, that’s nice too.  But the best bit is the feeling of sudden arrest.

Honestly, we should be talking about that more than we are.

Nice one, Zom!

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