edited by Michael Dowers
John Linton Roberson's non-self-published debut(at least long-form), this humorous and silent piece, one of his few autobiographical works, also represents the start of John's recent dabbling in erotic comics.
"I chose sex to keep me interested," John says. In fact, this represented a bit of a stylistic experiment, done mainly because VITRIOL(coming soon) had been underway so long. John wanted to draw something quick, spontaneous, and utterly fluff, so this particular memory fit the bill.
Its 24 pages were done in a purposely sketchy style, all in pencil, at a deliberate rate of three pages a night. Actually, it was originally 48 pages. Each page of the final published work is in fact two pages, stacked.
A short preview, as well as other recent works in this vein by John, can be seen at the new "Vile Smut" section of his website(for adults only),here.
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