The third part of "Hamlet is Okay", delving deeper into the mystery of the death of Hamlet's father and all the drama that follows it in a modern, midwestern setting.
Hamlet is off on his own after a run-in with Macbeth, left to consider the choice before him: seek the revenge he originally set out to achieve or continue on the brighter path Cesario and friends have offered? To be or not to be? That is the question, alongside whether or not Cesario, Ophelia and Horatio can arrive in time to slap some sense into the prince of Denmark county!
"Hamlet is Okay" is a comic I've been drawing again and again since I was fifteen, which has now become a serious, multi-part project. With a skeleton of Shakespearean references, the story centers around loss, coping, and finding a support system.
People Going Places,
People Going Places contains three short stories completed over the course of a Comic Book Fundamentals class at Michigan State University, "Monologuing", "The Last Ones", and "Too Much i' the Sun". The stories within are somewhat funny, somewhat sad, and are all an artist's first attempt at a full, published work.
A web-comic done in spare time as a way of experimenting with color, paneling and story structure, Dust Bowl tells the continuing story of Finn, a cellist in a dystopian town, as he remembers his past through the daughter he didn't know he had.
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