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The hills have eyes…and ears. He’s soon about to learn that anything that’s said in confidence in Gatorhead doesn’t stay in confidence for too long.
So Snow White went Goth huh? I always figured there was something a little dark about that girl.
What happens in Gatorhead don’t necessarily stay in Gatorhead.
I think old Snow was a troubled child.
Mudbug and Mushroom Gumbo…yum yum. That’s almost as tasty a dish as the gossip that Darrell laying out about Snow White the mall floozie. Fun and inventive stuff coming out of the Bottoms. Keep’m coming.
I guess it all depends on what you have an appetite for.
Thanks for your help and support Jerry.
Look at all the nosy people. Just like when you tell your friend a secret in a crowded restaurant.
Kind of like an old telephone party line.
Why do I get the feeling it’s no secret this won’t stay a secret!?
Never tell secrets in the dark.
Okay, I’ll just tell them in the light.
Most of my secrets wind up in the light sooner or later.
Digging the new strips Bo.
This was great, Bo! I love reading a multi-panel comic crafted by you. It made for very good readin’.
Thanks George. I am givin’ it a try. I hope the longer format doesn’t run folks off.
Sounds like the real Snow White wasn’t quite as nice as M.G. portrayed her as
I really enjoyed the way the eyes in the dark outside teh circle of firelight keep increasing panel by panel.
(Sorry I’m so late with everything, Bo. Trying to catch up from a great weekend offline.)
I understand. I am playing catch up too. I decided to run your art on my regular site this week so I could build up my buffer a little more. I have had very limited internet connection time lately.
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