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05 Jun 2012


Gibson Twist, 04 Jun 2012


This was written many years ago, and it's unusual and quite surreal to me that I myself have, in recent years, received letters from readers in other countries telling my work has helped them go on living. Intensely flattering (and humbling) as that is, I really hope it's the only parallel my life ever takes with Tim's.

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dangerface, 04 Jun 2012

Pain in the Ass

That's what this page was.

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missgreeney, 05 Jun 2012 Reply to this comment!


I was curious... Does Eden take place in the 90's? I don't know why but I keep getting a mid to late 90's vibe from the pages.

TacoTotes, 05 Jun 2012 Reply to this comment!


I get 90s from it too... good example would be the type writer ;) though I still used one well into the 2000s.

Oh this comic, I do love it <3

Gibson Twist, 05 Jun 2012 Reply to this comment!


@missgreeney: Eden is meant to be fluid in its time, so that whenever it feels like it's set to you, that's when it's set for you. It was, however, for the most part written in the 90s.

reverendjack, 05 Jun 2012 Reply to this comment!


i wish more comics would blur the lines between sequential art and printed prose - this is just fucking awesome.

EyeOfLondon, 10 Jun 2012 Reply to this comment!


Why is it that I catch up with your stuff just as the suspense is piled on? Now I'll be distracted from the stuff I'm supposed to be doing (drawing, writing, studying...) trying to work out what will happen...

Seriously, though, great stuff. Much of the writing is better than quite a few of the novels I've read, and the art is simply breathtaking (and welcome proof that excessive shading isn't necessary)!

Jeffko, 13 Jul 2012 Reply to this comment!


What the hell? I finally get around to read Our Time in Eden and I plow through it so fast that I'm already all caught up on the story? Damn and blast!

Fantastic story and art, by the way. A few of the moments there hit close to home. Can't wait to read more!

radcake (Guest), 15 Jul 2012 Reply to this comment!


Funny. When I read "3 wacky New Yorkers I instantly thought of seinfeld, and there it was on the next page, and that for me sealed the setting in the 90s as well.

CassandrAlys (Guest), 20 Jul 2012 Reply to this comment!


I'm not usually one to comment often, if at all, but I must say that I love your work. It's breath-taking and beautiful, depressing and hopeful...and not at all a story the likes of which I would usually be interested in. But I'm glad I started reading it, and will continue to do so for a long while. Thank you both for the amazing work you do and sharing it with the rest of us.
(The artwork is, of course, on par with the writing, in case that wasn't clear)

cchris_47 (Guest), 21 Jul 2012 Reply to this comment!


ok. time to update

anglo (Guest), 07 Aug 2012 Reply to this comment!

AAAARrggg
Time to update ,NOW!
please?

Murray (Guest), 10 Aug 2012 Reply to this comment!


Such a shame this comic stalled. It's brilliant stuff. Four and a half years for 94 pages suggests the full story will never see the light of day though.

Aphius (Guest), 16 Aug 2012 Reply to this comment!

Hhhnnnnggg
Aw what, I just read through this whole comic up to this point and I see the last update was a month ago, you can't do this to me man, I need more!

I guess this means I'll be checking back every so often now. :-D

dangerface, 16 Aug 2012 Reply to this comment!


New page being worked on, OTiE fans. Should have it by the end of the weekend at the latest.



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