Thebes-O-Rama

The long and the short of it is that I wrote and drew these two comics as strange little pieces of a larger project on Oedipus Rex (history’s SECOND favorite Tragic Hero) that I did YEARS ago for a class I took on Ancient Greek science and art. Yeah, I’m the kind of person who takes that class. Anyhow, the art was essentially stick figures and I’d intended for quite awhile to redo these comics in a more permanent, less stick-figure sort of way, which I’ve finally done, thus: Thebes-O-Rama! I hosted these comics over on the Hamlet site for sort of obvious reasons, barely explained better in the included write out on the page, so I won’t rehash it here. I may do more episodes of Thebes-O-Rama, or, y’know, I may not. It’s another one of those projects, but at least it’s a comic in these dark days of not-so-many-Bathos-comics-as-you’re-used-to. Whatever. Enjoy!

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