Nick says: can you tell I loved Where's Wally as a kid?
This one is actually a bit exciting for me, and not just because I got to use the red pen again. This strip was the first idea I had. It even came before the hats. But I kept putting it off, because I'm not very good at drawing cars, or motorcycles, or JFK. Also, I have no idea what Dallas actually looks like. I gather real comic book artists like splash pages, because they're quicker (or easier?) than drawing lots of little frames. Not for me -- splash pages have scenery and stuff. This one took me aaaaages!
It's also the first time I've edited one of my comics on the computer after I've scanned it in. I scrubbed out a building wall I didn't like, and did the fading thing. I'm not sure if it really worked, and I'm not sure if I want to go down that path (I spend enough of my day staring at a computer screen), but it was fun to do this one time.
(In case you're worried, it was actually Lee Harvey Oswald that killed JFK. Tim is a dud shot. Now, the fourteen holes in JFK's limousine? The ones the FBI doesn't want you to know about? Those were totally Tim.)