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  • 09:29 A5 comic done with Garen somewhere in 80 Caption flyers. Decide to leave it io, easter egg style. #
  • 10:25 Inspector morse in broad street. I have a wall seat but no blu tak. Sorry caption. #
  • 10:26 Oops. I meant high street. #
  • 11:19 @jonscrivens: if you can bind my 300 page A6 i'm open to suggestions #
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I like the idea of comics as Easter eggs (if you know what I mean).

Imagine a mini-comic with two pages that were stitched/glued together at the edges. The inside of those pages would be blank, but stitched/glued together they'd make a neat little envelope for an Easter egg minier mini-comic that readers would discover when tore open/cut the pages apart, if you know what I mean and I'm not bonkers!??!

Bat Madam

I got there eventually. You've seen Jeremy's tiny tea comics and been inspired I suppose ? And why not!

I do like gimmicky style comics. Gary Parkin's Fuzzball Jam with pop-up feaute, Sally Hickman's always tactile products. My first issue of Bob's had a corrosive backing board from a grocery store box and was wrapped in double over mylar with marker pen on the cover scrawling a different message with each one. The Goodmans' You've Got To Have A Gimmick books. I'm really looking forward to a triangular comic. Fitting quite neatly in a pre-packed sandwich case. Or have I gone too far ?

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