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Sunday, November 4, 2012
Palookaville 15: Simon Has A Bit Of A Nervous Breakdown
In this issue, Simon gets so stressed out trying to sell fans that he decides he'd much rather just sit down among some trees instead, and thus ends part two of "Clyde Fans". Here are some random thoughts on this comic:
*Upon rereading this comic, I realized that it was 16 and not 15 that I was missing from the collection. As I wrote in a previous post, I seemed to miss a lot of number 15s in my comic collection, but apparently Palookaville was not one of those series.
*Seth seems to enjoy drawing buildings in a small town, so part two of "Clyde Fans" enabled him to combine two great loves of his, drawing small town buildings and the mid-20th Century.
*I've enjoyed rereading my comic book collection, but after ten years of doing it, I'm ready to wrap up this silly little project. Only five more issues to go!
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