This page contains several references to one thing. If you get it, cool, if not, also cool. No one wins anything for getting it, no one will die unloved if they don't. It's comics, man!
I know I said the last chapter was the last chapter, but the more I looked at it, I realize the flow needed to be broken up into another. So here, I give you the last chapter of Bishop St. Almost two and a half years, Book Three of Pictures of You is nearly done, and thank god because it nearly put me in the ground.
And one more call out for anyone with a question for the PoY characters, any question of any character, or even the author if that floats your boat. Email them to me at gibson_twist[at]yahoo[dot]com Thanks to everyone who's already sent us your questions, I hope you'll be happy with the answers!
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A few more things! First, Washington Post journalist Michael Cavna is throwing open the doors to webcomics and holding a "Best" Webcomic pageant. If everyone could take a moment, read the article and throw an email into the mix to nominate your favourite webcomics (COUGHHINT) you could potentially draw some traffic to a deserving title...y'know, whichever one you can think of (COUGHHINT!)
Mr. Twist: I am not a web comic afficianado, but I have been a fan of this work for over a year and a half. I can't do your work justice, but I hope this email to the Washington Post starts the ball rolling on bigger and better things!
"Pictures of You at www.picturesofyoucomic.com is a fantastic serial. College days remembered, growing up, love and loss, good friends and bad decisions.
POY has been running for a few years, with postings three times a week. The art is excellent and the storyline engaging. The artist/writer, Gibson Twist, has a great knack for cliff-hanger breaks from post to post, a deep connection to his characters, and memorable insults.
This is a great graphic novel for those of us who enjoy remembering our misspent youth..."
cant really make out whats on peters box, and not really sure what deans hamburger is a ref to, but i like the BNL ref for the title. and christo's box made me chuckle.
all in all, lovin it! cant wait to see how things unravel.
I didn't catch the Lawrence thing either, though the scene Hank's describing is at the end of season 2, not 5. Don't dig too deep, folks, I don't make references quite that symbolic. And I'll say it again, there's no prize for spotting anything.
The title is certainly a Barenaked Ladies reference.
No no, t'was season five, although I overlooked that one, too (the one where Yellow Eyes winds up with the Colt). It was the Season Finale, where Sam lets Lucifer possess him and them jumps into Hell, sacrificing himself to prevent the apocalypse.