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harryq on June 23, 2007
This is the first Pugnuggle Tale which appeared in slightly different form in “Photocopy Comics” around 1996. It was published by Lawrence Gardiner out of Pittsburgh PA.I am now going to attempt to update it!!!
at 8:13AM, May 17, 2008
An absolutely wonderful cover! Your art work is so classic, I love it!
at 10:14AM, March 29, 2008
Absolutely top-notch stuff.
at 11:52AM, Jan. 10, 2008
I've been meaning to look at this comic ever since we first became "Drunk Duck" buddies...but saw the art and said, "Self...you need more time to look at this." So, I've been putting it off...You don't need me to tell you, it's awesome. Simply awesome. The surreal liquid flow of the artist's imagination is fantastic. I can't wait to read more! I loved the "Go ahead, take it." and the rest of the panels are exceptional, from the mappencily-watercolory (how do you color this) from the retro feel. I'm a fan, Harry. Your just too cool for school. Lynn.
at 4:12PM, Sept. 27, 2007
holy crap the spirit lives!just kidding .this is some cool retro feelin' stuff.i likey.def got the eisner feel to it.
at 11:27PM, Sept. 6, 2007
I am so green with envy about your drawing skills I'm actually yellow :) This is classic comic art at its finest. My favorites on this page are Einstein, the walrus wearing shades and the little guy that looks a bit like Groucho Marx. He even wears shoes like my characters! And I love the way you drew your own hands in the big panel. For some reason, hands are my favorite thing to draw, next to spiders and all sorts of insects.
at 6:59AM, Aug. 10, 2007
very traditional and well excuted page. question...ying-yang, a die, and the triangle with the all seeing eye...is there meaning in these symbols?
at 9:58AM, Aug. 6, 2007
at 4:12PM, July 11, 2007
That is so beautiful