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I don’t understand what all the grammatical mistakes add to this confusing post.
If u hv to ask, yul nvr no.
I was wondering if you’d get cough syrup to write a post, Noah- this is a pretty great one, in that it makes me want to read more Jason Overby… Do either of you have any specific recommendations?
I’m a huge advocate for “Michelle”, Sean, and the whole collection it’s in…but really I’ve never read anything by Jason that wasn’t absolutely first-rate.
I second the awesomeness of the post. I’m struggling to agree with the word “doubt”…but enjoying the doubt it raised.
I think his best work is his essay posting for Comets Comets.
After that, I highly recommend Exploding Head Man and his Obligatory Artifact pdf (not the irl copy) located at his website as linked above.
But truly…it’s all guud
I thoroughly enjoyed this post (sorta) but the image links seem to be broken.
Had not previously heard of Jason Overby. What an incredible discovery!
[...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Jason Overby, chris forgues. chris forgues said: or here: http://bit.ly/hIknDx [...]
What is the meaning of life. Cracked me up.
I’d not heard of Jason Overby–I really enjoyed checking his work out.
I don’t think Jason Overby warrants this level of attention and I’m concerned that this post is essentially just an advertisement and/or publicity stunt by Blaise Larmee or someone from that crew.
Nope. It’s not Blaise. Nor anybody who has any professional association with Jason (other than commenting on his site a good bit.)
Not that I wouldn’t be happy to post an entertaining publicity stunt if such a thing came my way. Better that than spending my time being concerned about who does and does not warrant which level of attention. Sheesh.
i liked this better when it was in wired magazine
Okay…ouch. That’s going to leave a mark.
But at least I’m willing to release the transcripts of my conversation with Bradley Manning. Isn’t that worth something?
seblingee eeyo / i prefer wired book as well : 2 collectible from $33.00 + $3.99 shipping sounds pretty reasonable for TEXTART
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Jaime Hernandez’ work told me that I could and should draw comics about where I live, the things I did everyday, and the people I know and love.
March 14, 2012 | 7 comments
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