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From last week.
One on NE Glisan and the other SE Steele.
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Overturned, de-cushioned, gutted. This couch is only good for the buzzards now.
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Found on SE 41 near Powell.

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On this grey and rainy day…two beautiful couches. One, alone on an abandoned lot. The other near a house and covered in fur.
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Discarded couch 5-26-15SE 28th

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I’m not sure this counts. The paper taped to it reads ‘For Sale’.
However, I don’t think the owners would mind if someone walked this couch away in the night.
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Discard couch 5-21-15
End of the school year couch. Reed College campus.

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SE 29th and Salmon

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emerald city comic con 2015

Emerald City ComicCon has a lot going for it. It’s a well run show, the focus is on comics, and in the evenings you get to be in Seattle.
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This year began with a good omen: a Discarded Couch of Seattle.
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I tabled with Reid, continuing our longstanding tradition.
We were fortunate to be seated next to Tyrell and Scott, making table DD a force to be reckoned with.
(It helped that Farel Dalrymple, Brandon Graham, and Simon Roy were also there.)

Tyrell holds up a page he drew in issue 5.
Tyrell holds up a page he drew in issue 5.
Reid covered my table when I took a lunch break.
Reid covered my table when I took a lunch break.

Five issues into Falling Rock National Park, I’m feeling happier than ever with the direction it’s taking. Selling a pack of all five issues is satisfying to attendees who want the collected adventures. I’m also proud to see the series progress. One or two issues is a good start, but now I feel like it’s a real series.

Thank you for a welcome reception, Seattle. I will see you next year!

When in Seattle, be sure to visit The Crumpet Shop.
When in Seattle, be sure to visit The Crumpet Shop.
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A discarded couch for springtime!
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