Friday, September 23, 2011

Freedman Page 23

Freedman Page 23:


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And thus, the end of Freedman. At least for now.

The 23 pages you’ve just read took 9 months to complete. I’m a little drained right now, and I’ve basically gone into hibernation mode here — including the layer of insulating fat. I’m taking the next couple weeks to just decompress and relax (and play video games, if anyone has any good recommendations), but after some recuperation I’m going to decide what my next comic project is going to be. It could be a continuation of Freedman, as there’s a lot of stories I still have to tell with Charlie Moses. Or it could be something completely different. But I’ll come back to this story eventually, I think.

If I can be a little indulgent here for a second, I’d like to thank (deep breath) Michael Quach, Xavier Quach, Daniel Shapiro, Nathan Furr, Vira Pons, Miriam Gibson, Livia Veneziano, Anne Diaz, John Gall, Carol Carson, and Stephanie Zuroff. Special thanks to Alex Rothman and Andrea Tsurumi for providing much-needed feedback anytime I asked, which was often in the middle of the night. I’d also like to give thanks and apologize to Ryan Sheppard, Peter Jurado, Ashley Cunningham, Jesse Hawk, and Vanessa Morris for putting up with me over the past 9 months. Finally, I’ll never be able to sufficently pay back the people who have been there for me when I needed them—Andrea Robinson, Preeti Veerlapati, Jeff Chou, and Katie Kloss.

I haven’t figured out the exact details yet, but I’m going to eventually print Freedman in full color, and will figure out a way to sell them here on the site. In the meantime, I’ll be posting some sketches and maybe embloggenings here starting next week, and eventually I’ll probably do a couple short comics while I figure everything else out. If you’d like to support me, you can make a donation below via PayPal, which would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks for reading. See you next week.


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