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www.whimsicalnobodycomics.blogspot.com No price given Teddy Roosevelt and his conservationist quotes at New York’s Museum of Natural History frame this day-long journal comic. Taylor seems to return to a place of childhood fascination amid a period of death, divorce, and despair … Continue reading

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whimsicalnobodycomics.blogspot.com Admittedly, this is only the second Whit Taylor comic I’ve sampled to date, so it might sound like I’m damning with faint praise when I say this is the best one yet, but it’s true. It’s really good! Her … Continue reading

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whimsicalnobodycomics.blogspot.com Attic is a print-version collection of slice-of-life web-comic one-pagers… uhh, is that enough hyphens for you? It’s Whit Taylor’s ode to her “fortress of festivity,” which has hosted parties, conversations, and more over the years. Taylor employs an affable … Continue reading

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