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Bill & Will, part 1: “King John”

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Note: this is a “bucket list” quest, not a “by the end of the year” goal.

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Therefore…

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I’ve got a few more thoughts about the show, but I wanted to get this comic up while you can still get tickets¬†at the Folger (it’s running through Dec. 2).

In brief: the Bastard is great, and Arthur’s mother Constance has a fantastic monologue about grief. I understand why it’s little-performed, but I say ee it if you can — you won’t get another chance any time soon!

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Bard in bars

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If you want to join me, the Shakes-beer-ience happens on the second Tuesday of every month at the Way Station.

 

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It’s got hills

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San Francisco does not disappoint

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I went to SF for to moderate a panel at the “Queers and Comics” conference. It was an amazing event, and I met a ton of very cool people. But after the show, I stuck around for a few days to wander the city.

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But I made my train!

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While running for the subway last fall, I fell down the stairs and broke two of my toes.

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I love you, Triceratops

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Bar Scrawl goes outside

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I don’t know why I drew my brother like this. It doesn’t look anything like him.

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I am very popular with nephews

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Boredom is my greatest fear

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From my visit to Germany in September of 2016.

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True grit

daily517I drew this comic almost two years, but I’m trying to finish a bunch of projects for Inktober!

 

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