The Best Mini-Comic You’ll Ever Read!

The Best Mini-Comic You’ll Ever Read!

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Comic book conventions can be difficult.  But they can also be rewarding.  Semi-based on my actual life, this mini-comic about mini-comics is the first story I ever self-published (way back in 2008), reproduced for you here in beautiful black-and-white 72dpi.

 

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Thanks for reading!
Have a happy day.
-Searnold (SuperSearnold@yahoo.com)


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STALKERS. LURKING. EVERYWHERE.

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Written By: Searnold
Art By: Griffon Lyles

John is a pretty regular guy living in a big city.  For some reason, he’s become convinced that someone is stalking him.  But just because he’s paranoid, doesn’t mean he’s wrong.

 

 

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There was nothing!  This was the first story ever published here at Completely Different Comics.  You can’t go back further than the beginning.  (At least not with current technology.)

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Author

Searnold

Searnold has wanted to be a writer since he was in elementary school, where he would spend his recesses coming up with stories instead of playing with other children. He studied philosophy at UC Davis and then got a Master’s in Writing from CSULA. His first professional break came in 2010 when he sold a short prose story called “Tabula Rasa” to Fox’s Neopulp website (which, sadly, no longer exists.) Since then, Searnold has written for a wide variety of mediums, including theatre (“A Fairly Obvious Parallel”), webseries (“Teacher’s Lounge”), movies (“Don’t Fall Asleep”), and his most favoritest: comic books (“Behind the Hero”, “Lately Something’s Changed”). Currently, Searnold resides in a cabin in the mountains outside of Los Angeles, serves as personal assistant to comics legend Scott Lobdell, and writes comics for CompletelyDifferentComics.com. You can e-mail Searnold at SuperSearnold@yahoo.com.

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