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Time Travel Is Tricky

Way back in the distant past…

I had an idea for a short web comic. Unfortunately, I have ZERO skill at drawing. Luckily, I know someone who has that skill in spades, and I’d been wanting to find a way to collaborate with him on something. So I sent it to my friend Lee Sargent, who graciously accepted the challenge of interpreting my script. I present it to you now in all its glory:

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In the process of translating from text to visual representation, a few things got changed due to space concerns and general realities of drawing vs writing, which I found really interesting. I really like how it turned out. If you’re interested in the “script-to-screen” differences, here’s the script.

Don’t forget to head over to Lee’s blog and let him know what a good job he did. Hopefully we can collaborate on something again in the future. (Easy for me to say… I can knock out my part in under an hour!)

So, I hope you liked it, and again, much thanks to Lee for making this odd idea a reality.

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