Wednesday, November 9, 2011


Unfortunately I have to end this storyline here. I did go back to OWS after Comic Con, talked to a lot of people, got lost, ended up sandwiched between protesters and police and even saw a Wall Street Journal writer fall into a plastic storage tub. The writer was James Taranto, who wrote this article about his experience in the park. I was sad that he left out the part where he fell in the storage tub and I helped pull him out.

But unfortunately life happens faster than it can be recorded in comics form, and nearly a month later I find that this project is competing with my other (paying) projects to the point that I have to cut it short. But I hope you’ve all enjoyed reading!

Here are a couple closing clips:

Clip 1: “Change yourself”

Clip 2: “Make That Change” (warning: contains accordion sounds)


Internet Peasant said...

It's OK, Ben. You can just admit that I was right and you were wrong. You don't have to spin some yarn about how you're "busy" with "paying projects".

Because I think we all know the truth by now.

j'aime o'gorman said...

i read Taranto's OWS article! i am sad that he left out that part, too, but glad that you included it.

Anthony VanArsdale said...

This is kick buttimus art you've done in the recent comics. very glad to see you cast the statue of the Madonna and Child. I had wondered what happened to it.

Tim said...

Love the Dalek at the end. Also like the slow pull-back from book to losing you in the crowded show floor.

Ben Hatke said...

Thanks for noticing the Dalek, Tim!