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The percentage is getting worse. But then if you go by fields, we have the best stuff here. I think if you took the top twenty-five martin skidmore / 1989 23 things you can entertain yourself with and really derive something from they wouldn’t be movies and they wouldn’t be television shows. Might be a few novels in there, short stories or something, but I find the comics are the best things. Martin: Do you think that’s just a personal view, that comics have got more really good personal stuff, or do you think it’s because if you wanna do it on TV you’ve gotta have a million people who are interested, same in the movies, but in comics you can do it for five, ten, twenty thousand?

That’s thinking. Adams brought thinking to comics, which was a field which had no thinking in it whatsoever. martin skidmore / 1989 15 Martin: Thinking of things like combination and perspective . . Dave: Thinking everything from the ground up. Martin: Well, I wouldn’t have said that Adams, or the others you’ve mentioned . . they’re all terrific illustrators, but as comic artists, as somebody who can tell a narrative in pictures, somebody else you’ve mentioned, who may be more of an influence there, is Jules Feiffer.

Jaka feels this way, and Rick’s reacting to her in this way. How do I get this across? Well, I could probably do it in three or four sentences up in the corner of a panel that has the two of them staring at each other over a table. Or you can have her say something, him say something, saying those are the panels. Then in the notebook it’ll say “blank,” which means in the next one nobody says anything, they’re thinking it over. Then the next panel he says something, but even that’s a little too traditional, why not have her start to say something and he interrupts.

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