Steve Ford (fordsfords) says:
HEY! I love Li'l Mell! OK, so I don't comment much.
Also, I still have distant hopes for a print Trunktown. I heart Hart, and Trunktown was an excellent colab.
W o o d (wood) says: I"m pretty sure I saw some pages of Trunktown printed in a french anthology, a few years ago. I think it was called "Malleville" and published by some micro-publisher. Must have seen it at the Angulême Festival, but I don't remember what year it was.
Mary Potts (queenofcapes) says: Make that "a readership of about thirteen people" now. ;) I started to read it once before (got side-tracked & put it down for a while) and liked it, but now that I know it's Artie, I'm enjoying it on a whole new level! ^^
Shaenon Garrity (shaenongarrity) says:
Wood: Yes, the French thing did happen! Also, as will be mentioned in a later Sunday feature, an excerpt was published in a Free Comic Book day comic that got a retailer arrested because one of the other excepts included pictures of a naked Pablo Picasso.
nemryn (nemryn) says: Hmm. Could the tour guide from 'The Horror of Rukavina Caverns' be a young Dr. Lee?
Sean Kinlin (seaking) says: The funny thing is, I started reading L'il Mell, and everything else on Girlamatic, when the site first launched, and I was already reading Trunktown, but I had not yet checked out Narbonic or Modern Tales. It was later in 2003 that someone gave me the first Narbonic collection and I realized the error of my ways...
Sam Daniel (samhdaniel) says: And the count goes up to 15....
Linda Shaver-Gleason (forty-two) says: I think I was counted as one of the twelve, but if not, I make 16. I loved going back over Artie's lines in "Li'l Mell" once his identity was revealed; some were brilliant double entendres.
Adam Underfoot (unnatural20) says: http://girlamatic.com/mell/2000/01/01/page-seven/ by the way, for Artie's appearance.
Mitchell Lord (mitchelltf) says:
I just really, really ohpe that Li'l Mel updates again!
Tyler Wright (tylgar) says:
Geez, I read all of Little Mell after I'd read the entire normal run of Narbonic, and I didn't even notice that was who the teacher was. Good job, Shaenon!Log In or Register to post a comment! It's free!
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