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  1. Nathan J. DiPerri commented on My Guardian Grandpa 7 months ago

    This will be revealed in the fourth book, “In Their Day,” which will be released later this year.

  2. Nathan J. DiPerri commented on My Guardian Grandpa 7 months ago

    Hi! I don’t want to get your hopes up - I’m just updating the progress on the 1940s story today and tomorrow. I’ll post some periodic, infrequent re-reuns after that (see yesterday’s comment section).

  3. Nathan J. DiPerri commented on My Guardian Grandpa 7 months ago

    Hi Katina,

    I appreciate that “My Guardian Grandpa” has come to mean so much much to you and apologize if my posting today had gotten your hopes up for a new strip. My intention is to post a new strip tomorrow and and also one on New Year’s Eve as a benchmark of sorts for where we are in the 1940s storyline (without revealing much of what has happened to Judy and Levi over the past four months).

    As I’m sure you’re aware, “My Guardian Grandpa” is in the midst of a very lengthy storyline in which Judy has gone back in time to the 1940s. As previously announced, this story will be a print exclusive, and will not be posted in daily episodes except in the Sentinel & Enterprise newspaper, which runs the strip.

    The 1940s story will make up the vast majority of the fourth My Guardian Grandpa book, “In Their Day,” which will be released in late 2015. The strips that will comprise “In Their Day” are the most story-driven comics I have ever done and this book will probably read more like a graphic novel than a collection of daily comics. For this reason, I feel that the power and continuity of this plot line will be better experienced in one or two sittings with the book than one strip each day for a year. I know a year is long time for a story in comic strips, but it has been done and I felt like this story was really worth telling.

    For the sake of GoComics, I can periodically post some re-runs from the previous three book collections so as not to leave you high and dry while the “In Their Day” story runs it’s course.

    My sincere best and gratitude for your support.

    -Nathan

  4. Nathan J. DiPerri commented on Molly and the Bear about 1 year ago

    I was just going to say that I like his hat because it looks like the one Frosty wore. Great subtle nod to a classic!

  5. Nathan J. DiPerri commented on Cartertoons about 1 year ago

    This is so true for the internet, in the media, in business, and more.

  6. Nathan J. DiPerri commented on Leadbellies about 1 year ago

    The sheep’s face!

  7. Nathan J. DiPerri commented on Headcheese about 1 year ago

    Did you recently watch the movie “Joshua?”

  8. Nathan J. DiPerri commented on Headcheese about 1 year ago

    Mark, these are so clever! I just subscribed. Hopefully you’ll make the jump over to the main comics page one of these days! Good work.

  9. Nathan J. DiPerri commented on Headcheese about 1 year ago

    These are very witty!

  10. Nathan J. DiPerri commented on Headcheese about 1 year ago

    Mark, I just discovered this on David’s Comic Sherpa Pick-of-the-Week. This is absolutely hilarious. I seldom laugh aloud at comics, but the word selection and “the gentleman’s” expression are so spot on.