Big Towers

Big-towers

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  1. David Lanham David Lanham

    I've just started a mini side comic that I'll be updating periodically where Sean Heber's 4 year old son, Amos, tells a story and then I illustrate it.

    We're calling it Big Towers (since all of Amos stories have been starting with a big tower).

    The first two installments are pretty epic so far, hope you enjoy it!

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    12 months ago

  2. Rogie King Rogie King

    Genius idea. Have a kid tell the story.

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    12 months ago

  3. David Lanham David Lanham

    @Rogie It takes a lot of the pressure off :D

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    12 months ago

  4. Jason Custer Jason Custer

    HAHA. Hilarious. I love the Randolls.

    12 months ago

  5. Daniel Lauding Daniel Lauding

    i think this is so sick so it looks so good so i think this is pretty

    12 months ago

  6. Gregor Doornbosch Gregor Doornbosch

    any chance i could give it 2 likes ? :)

    12 months ago

  7. Joey McNair Joey McNair

    This is so great.

    12 months ago

  8. Andrew Terpening Andrew Terpening

    That's soo cool! My son is 7 months and I have been [im]patiently waiting until he is old enough so that I can do the same thing! :)

    12 months ago

  9. Anton Peck Anton Peck

    Agree with all the above. Really awesome idea.

    12 months ago

  10. Nigel Sussman Nigel Sussman

    the comic is awesome so far! excited for more!

    12 months ago

  11. Chris Messina Chris Messina

    This is great! You should also check out Sean Murphy's "Joe the Barbarian". Very similar premise, very good:

    http://www.vertigocomics.com/comics/joe-the-barbarian-2010/joe-the-barbarian-1

    12 months ago

  12. Filipe Storarri Filipe Storarri

    What a cute project Mr. Lanham! :D

    12 months ago

  13. Miguel Angel Durán Miguel Angel Durán

    @Rogie You'll probably dig this then.

    12 months ago

  14. Inka Mathew Inka Mathew

    So cute :-) "He got dead." My son says that too when telling stories. He's 5.

    12 months ago

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