Snake is a short story from the NOBODIES anthology, which you can pick up here.
Black and Hunter will be back on May 12th.
So it goes.
(I always point out how much I hated having to follow Snake when I show people Nobodies, because it is so good on every front.)
Soil had to follow Snake; it is so very stylish and cerebral by comparison. Snake following after would’ve been like that time I went to see the Pixies … opening for Weezer.
Anyone find it funny how the man named Hemlocke succumbs to poison in the end?
Damn, man, this is beautiful. Holy cow. Great coloring.
Thanks so much, Heather. 😀
Gorgeous art as always. Great end line, pitch perfect…
Thank you kindly — I always appreciate your support, Mug.
great conclusion. “…and the world shall end, not with a bang, not with some fiery rapture, but with a whimper, crawling slowly into the night.”
I can’t remember what that’s from and it bugs me, but I thinks it’s fitting here. (love your work btw, great art, intriguing story… keep it up!!)
Very much obliged.
I dunno where that full quote is from but I know just “Not with a bang but a whimper” is from The Hollow Men. Which would make this the second time T.S. Eliot has come up in the NTO comments. I love you guys.
this page is brilliant (well, somber, but you know what I meant)
Perfect illustrating, perfect coloring, perfect characters, perfect story, perfect ending. This story alone was well worth stumbling upon Next Town Over.
I’ve really been loving the comic, it’s fantastic. But this short really was unreal. Bravo, and thanks so much.
And we all hope we will have lived long enough to leave this world with some grace.
RIP Ben Hemlocke
I must say your art is fantastic
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