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I love your work Chris! Original, and they have a lot of personality. You really have a personal voice...although your comics are silent
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dryponder wrote:EXCELLENT. When/where can I get a book of these strips?
I was thinking the same thing!
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Each and everyone of them.
Please print a book.Sincerely.Do it.As of now.
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Hehehe. I like the basketball at the beginning. It's all, "Woosh. Whump. Ka-dunk. Blehhhhhhhhhh."
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I agree with everyone, but I do think it could use ONE more image of little Frank settling in to read at the end.
I mean, of course I got the idea, but it felt to me like he was just starting to get interested. One more with his head down farther would make me feel like he was ABSORBED, you know?
But as always, very nice work.
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I really enjoyed the frank and frank strips...as well as the rest of your site.
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It's great. There's so much to enjoy in so few lines. As always. The last "panel" is my favourite. I'm always impressed at the way you pull this off.
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