I’m trying something different this week. It’s no secret that I am a huge nut about old things, music, movies, and art. My favorite music is 1920-1940 jazz, right near country anyway. My favorite movies besides “Back to the Future”, are Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn films. And my favorite period of art is Art Deco. So this was a strip that really fits down my lane of favorites, it was a natural fit for this week. Introducing Neil’s dad is just a fun little side quest down the journey of The Servants, and I hope you don’t mind if we make a pit stop along the way.
So the store opened last Friday, for those that missed it. It didn’t go off without a hitch, but I am working on it still. I am working on those issues through (the irony of it is not lost on me) customer service. So far everyone seems pretty happy with my service, and I want to thank everyone for having purchased it. I look forward to improving the work at issue 100 and polishing the process to buy it by then. Thanks again to everyone, and I’ll see you all on Wednesday as the Noir style story of Neil’s dad is revealed.
I asked you a simple question; there is no need for you to become Woody Allen.