Welcome to Falling Rock National Park
January 20th, 2014

Welcome to Falling Rock National Park


south of disneyland

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This weekend I’ll be at WonderCon in beautiful Anaheim, California. If you’re not going to Disneyland this weekend, come see me! I will have the brand new Falling Rock #5, the first all-Pam issue! They moved everybody around this year, so here’s a handy map to find me among the Donald Duck impersonators.
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see you in seattle

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This weekend I’ll be at Emerald City ComicCon. I will have the brand new Falling Rock issue 5, the first all-Pam issue! Reid Psaltis will be sharing a table with me, and Tyrell Cannon will be right next door. Get all your indie comics and prints in one 15 square foot area. Here’s a handy map to find me among the lovely people living free.
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discarded couches of portland

A discarded couch for springtime!
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discarded couches of portland

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Atticus and Glen: Remastered Year Three

Every Atticus & Glen comic strip, newly scanned, in order of publication.

September 7, 2001

September 7, 2001

September 17, 2001

September 17, 2001

September 21, 2001

September 21, 2001

September 28, 2001

September 28, 2001

October 5, 2001

October 5, 2001

October 12, 2001

October 12, 2001

November 2, 2001

November 2, 2001

November 9, 2001

November 9, 2001

November 16, 2001

November 16, 2001

November 30, 2001

November 30, 2001

December 2, 2001

December 2, 2001

February 8, 2002

February 8, 2002

February 15, 2002

February 15, 2002

February 22, 2002

February 22, 2002

March 1, 2002

March 1, 2002

March 8, 2002

March 8, 2002

March 15, 2002

March 15, 2002

April 5, 2002

April 5, 2002

April 12, 2002

April 12, 2002

April 19, 2002

April 19, 2002

April 26, 2002

April 26, 2002

Sadly, I was unable to find the original for the final Atticus & Glen comic strip. This is my best recreation, using cutting-edge technology (my lightbox). I did my best to follow the original lines, resisting the mighty urge to “improve” it.

It is a double-size feature, and stands as one of my favorite strips I’ve ever done. It’s not easy finding an ending to a comic. I wonder how much Bill Watterson struggled with the final Calvin & Hobbes strip. In my case, I wanted to show a future for the characters, since they would never really graduate from college, as well as sum up the philosophy I’d been refining for the past three years. This strip was, more than walking in commencement, turning in my final paper, or sitting for my last exam, my real graduation.

May 2002, final strip

May 2002, final strip

Previously unpublished

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