Abra Kedavra


Abra Kedavra

Abra Kedavra is our 50th comic and is being published six months – to the day – after our first comic. We’ve come a long way and still got quite a ways to go. In the six months since starting this venture, I feel like I’ve gotten a little more in tune with the tablet. It was a crazy big difference ditching the page for the tablet, and I’m still getting used to not looking at my hand when I draw. Here’s to hopefully fifty more comics by the end of the year.

Anyway “Abra Kedavra” is one of those dark fantasies that I’d like to see – not in person or “for real” but I think it’d be a hilarious scene to see in a movie or show. Interestingly enough, I got some “feedback” on this comic by someone who took the wrong things too seriously:

It’s either Abra Kedabra or Avra Kedavra. Mixing them together is just weird… Is this supposed to be a mix of stage magic + HP killing curse? Because “Abra/Avra” means “I do”, and “Kedabra/Kedavra” means “as I say”. “Avada” means “I destroy”. There’s not really a good way to mix them.


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BEAR never met his real dad and was forced to be his own father figure. He spent his time as a child grounding himself or disappointing himself when he missed his t-ball games that he promised himself he would definitely be there for this time. He beat himself up often, metaphorically and literally, so C.P.S. came and took him away from himself. At this point BEAR discovered that he could see in the dark, but only if he spent several minutes letting his eyes adjust first. BEAR is also a Capricorn and loves long crabwalks on the beach.

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