I had more fun with this one than a proctologist at a Klan meeting.
This illustration, plus a few others, help tell the the odd coincidence of two Richard Parkers, one a Poe creation, the other an actual victim.
Behold the weirdness in this intriguing Strange As It Seems production.
You can check out other Strange As It Seems productions at the bottom of the AOL page.
For the next few days I'll be posting some book titles I've really enjoyed in the last year or so. Maybe you'll get a kick out of 'em, too. And if you've already consumed said title, may I ask, "Whatcha think?"
Backatcha with new, breath-taking material November 28.
I think I'd like to research and start taking notes for a comic about the year 1981. I was 17 and I remember my junior year at Evergreen High School in
Evergreen, Colorado as being one of the most memorable years of my young adulthood.
A memorable character from the 1971 movie, "Willie Wonka And the Chocolate Factory", Veruca Salt met her demise when she greedily tried to possess Wonka's Golden Eggs. Her infamous declaration "I want it NOW!" became her epitaph.
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