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Gingerbread Houses

Gingerbread Houses
How do you go home to parents who left you in the woods to die? A retelling of Hansel & Gretel. Illustrated by Edward J Grug III.

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Simpleton: A Writer's Sketchbook, by Alexander Danner

Simpleton: A Writer's Sketchbook

A collection of bits and pieces, ideas and experiments, silliness and stupidity.

Stories of Love (Or Something Like It)

The Widow Reminisces Over a Plate of Vegetables The Widow Reminisces Over a Plate of Vegetables

 




A story of love and sacrifice. Illustrated by Stephanie Smith.

Five Ways to Love a Cockroach
Five Ways to Love a Cockroach





A dispassionate look at love gone wrong. Illustrated by Neal Von Flue.
Instructions for Use
Instructions for Use


An obssessive romantic's guide to destroying the world. Photographs by Chris Yates.

Fables, Fairy Tales, Ghosts, & Monsters

Gingerbread Houses
Gingerbread Houses
How do you go home to parents who left you in the woods to die? A retelling of Hansel & Gretel. Illustrated by Edward J Grug III.

Together Again
Together Again





What does it mean to experience another man's death? A retelling of the story of Humpty Dumpty. Illustrated by Bill Duncan.
Portraits of Nervous Children






Four stories about one day: Bicycle mishaps, mysterious siblings, angry ghosts, and sleeping deities conspire to make life a little less pleasant for everyone. Illustrated by Bill Duncan.
The Little Bear Who Knew Fear
The Little Bear Who Knew Fear





A fable about a very small bear who gets what he wants. Twenty-two pages. Illustrated by Bill Duncan.

Dumb Ideas & Strange Experiments

Simpleton: A Writer's Sketchbook
Simpleton: A Writer's Sketchbook
A collection of bits and pieces, ideas and experiments, silliness and stupidity.
Panel One






A meta-fictional experiment about an empty panel in search of content. (Incomplete - Abandoned)

 

 

Corporate Poetry

The Discovery of Spoons
The Discovery of Spoons
A story of creative desperation amidst the tedium of the corporate workday. Winner of the 2005 Web Catoonists' Choice Award for Outstanding Use of Flash! Illustrated by John Barber.

Bring Your Daughter to Work Day
Bring Your Daughter to Work Day
What begins as a special day with Daddy turns into an unlikely odyssey for a little girl trapped in a the hostile environs of the modern office. Illustrated by Edward J. Grug III.

Lending Can Openers
Lending Can Openers

"The fact that Vince did me a favor at our first meeting left me somewhat uncomfortable with the fact that I quickly came to dislike him." A character sketch in four pages. Illustrated by Steve Harrison.

Mug
Mug
A story of tedium and trivial escapes. Illustrated by David Ano.

More Silliness from Picture Story Theatre

Amy's Picture Stories
Amy's Picture Stories, by Alexander Danner & Bill Duncan





Amy is a young girl with good intentions but a big temper, who doesn't always make the right decisions. A series of silent, structurally playful stories.
Fantastic Zoology: The Coastal Giraffe
Fantastic Zoology: The Coastal Girafe, by Alexander Danner & Bill Duncan
A silly faux nature documentary about a fictional creature.
Robots Abroad
Robots Abroad, by Alexander Danner & Bill Duncan





A trio of sentient war machines frolic in a winter wonderland. Illustrated by Bill Duncan.

 

Print Comics and Merchandise

Parens. : A Play
(Trade Paperbacks and Graphic Novels)
$10.00 + $1.50 S&H
Bring Your Daughter to Work Day Mini-Comic
(Comic Books and Mini-Comics)
$3.00 + $1.50 postage & handling



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Alexander Danner is co-creator of Picture Story Theatre and several other short comics. More of his writing can be found at www.TwentySevenLetters.com. ... full profile












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