Guest Strip – Jase Harper

I’ve been disgustingly sick with a cold these last few days – thankfully it’s still guest time and here to save the day is Jase Harper!

Look at that gosh darn pretty strip up there! I know, as the various things in my room are my witness, that you are gonna love Jase’s comic, Guh! I am thrilled to be able to introduce you to it… er, if you didn’t know about it. You know. Look, just pretend for me. It makes me feel cool. It’s excellent right from the very first strip.

And perhaps I say this arrogantly but one of the reasons I feel so certain you’ll love this strip is that I think Jase’s style and mine have a lot in common. Jase’s comics are cute as dogs, they’re interesting, well-told, and often centered around the unexpected (good and bad, which is what I like) and the absurd which always appeals greatly to me. Unexpected and absurd but with a certain delicious flavour that makes them a joy to look at and read. Fantasy that you find just outside on your street, which I think is usually the most appealing kind. Sometimes you’ll laugh out loud, sometimes you’ll smirk, sometimes you’ll just go “aww god damn that is lovely”. Jase has a wonderful outlook on life.

I think Jase strides very confidently along all these lines. How often I read his comics and curse myself for not having those ideas before him. And I can tell you from personal experience he is a lovely man to match!

Thankyou, Jase!

I’ll be back quite soon, I’ve been using my time away very well indeed and I have some fun comics to bring back with me. In the meantime, guess what! Got some brand sponking new Pussface Fatsums and Too Much Rice limited edition prints for you!

- Rebecca Clements

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The shapes, leaf paths and the general feeling here reminds me of pictures in a book I had when I was a kid… hardly remember anything about it — there was a creature traveling along an intricate itinerary, pictured simultaneously at all the progressive travel stages… and there were frog-like things… argh. I’ve been trying to remember it since this comic went up, to no avail.


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