Incidental Comics by Grant Snider

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  1. Three Steps Over Japan

    Three Steps Over Japan said, 6 months ago

    It bleeds!
    O-o-o-h-h-h, it bleeds!!….
    (Now, for the salt in the wounds…)

  2. Kafka on the Shore

    Kafka on the Shore said, 6 months ago

    @Grant Snider
    Grant, is this meant to be a sarcastic look at publishers and editors? Because whether it is or isn’t, it could discourage anyone from becoming a writer.

  3. inkicthus

    inkicthus said, 6 months ago

    @Kafka on the Shore

    You can see it as discouraging, or you can see it as preparing them to have realistic expectations.

  4. Three Steps Over Japan

    Three Steps Over Japan said, 6 months ago

    @Kafka on the Shore

    Have you ever submitted a manuscript to someone – be it a friend or an editor – and gotten back something that has more edits than original text? Like that.

  5. Tommy1733

    Tommy1733 said, 6 months ago

    Grant, you probably need to add more current pop-cultural references in whatever it is. Everyone loves pop culture references, right?

  6. Ermal

    Ermal said, 6 months ago

    My freshman-year high-school French teacher, a spittle-lipped Benedictine monk, used to take great delight in handing back my well-corrected tests while saying “And for Mssr. Ermal, another bleeding buffalo.”

    Which is why I hate monks.

  7. shytimes2

    shytimes2 GoComics PRO Member said, 6 months ago

    Pretty accurate.

  8. ivor1

    ivor1 said, 6 months ago

    And that’s just page one.

  9. Grant Snider

    Grant Snider said, 6 months ago

    @Punished Snake:

    Actually it was inspired by the way drafts of my master’s thesis look when I get them back from my research committee.

    I’ve had only positive experiences with my comics editors (in case any comics editors happen to read this)!

  10. BrassOrchid

    BrassOrchid GoComics PRO Member said, 6 months ago

    Apparently, when you really get into publishing and have a few solid works under your belt, your editor will be kind enough to burn your work and urinate on the ashes so you can work it into a paste for ease of application onto fresh paper. Or so I’ve heard.

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