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Tea with a Space Rabbit by Jessica McLeod

A 24-hour comic, even though it's not 24 pages. Winner of the Judge's Award for 8-page Comic in the General Category, 24 Hours in Oz Comics Challenge 2006.
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Jessica's McLeod's touching story of an English Rabbit trying to outrun a life of failures by escaping to the stars.

In Jessica McLeod's short tale Space Rabbit needs a little help - both emotionally and physically - from an adept little engineer who seems equally comfortable sitting for tea as she does behind a welding mask.

Jessica's simple, almost playful style is perfect for this story, with flowing lines that makes the characters almost roll right off the page (I want to hug them both). I normally don't like color in comics, but her choice of only three colors--a light brown, a pink, and a soft green--used in moderation only adds to the richness of her drawings. And if you thought that well-drawn comics couldn't also be written well, then you're in for a surprise. Even though it is short, the dialogue is witty and fun.

This is one of those comics that is for everbody, even if you don't especially like comics. My wife, who doesn't even read *my* comics, keeps asking me if Jessica has drawn anything new. I suppose that should be recommendation enough.

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