The Ceremony: Page 4

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Story and Art by: Abraham Lee
Script by: PK Eiselt

Abraham Lee brings us a tale about the dangers and fears that come when one commits themselves to a relationship.

You can check out more of Abe’s work at: http://absolutelyabe.com/

The Ceremony: Page 3

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Story and Art by: Abraham Lee
Script by: PK Eiselt

Abraham Lee brings us a tale about the dangers and fears that come when one commits themselves to a relationship.

You can check out more of Abe’s work at: http://absolutelyabe.com/

The Ceremony: Page 2

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Story and Art by: Abraham Lee
Script by: PK Eiselt

Abraham Lee brings us a tale about the dangers and fears that come when one commits themselves to a relationship.

You can check out more of Abe’s work at: http://absolutelyabe.com/

The Ceremony: Page 1

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Story and Art by: Abraham Lee
Script by: PK Eiselt

Abraham Lee brings us a tale about the dangers and fears that come when one commits themselves to a relationship.

You can check out more of Abe’s work at: http://absolutelyabe.com/

The Ceremony

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Story and Art by: Abraham Lee
Script by: PK Eiselt

Abraham Lee brings us a tale about the dangers and fears that come when one commits themselves to a relationship.

You can check out more of Abe’s work at: http://absolutelyabe.com/

Gayformers: The Sequel

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Quite a while after I’d stopped making new strips. Jody asked me to do a review of the new Transformers Movie “Revenge of the Fallen”.  It seemed simple enough, and this strip seemed to capture the general consensus among myself and many of my friends about the “The Sequel!”

Gayformers: Surprise!

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This was the beginning of an effort to make the strips fit into some sort of narrative. It was pretty much a failure… and I ended the run shortly afterwards to start working on Junkyard Angels.

Overall the whole thing was a pretty great learning experience, and we made it to 19 strips before the project imploded which isn’t too bad.

Okay, it’s not great either.  But one thing I learned is that I really was better at telling stories, as opposed to writing gags.  The “New Adventures” was laid out as a sit com with story-lines and character dynamics.  And I hope to be able to revisit that story soon.