I think it’s intriguing how from this angle, it looks like the aircraft wing is some variety of shark. Very cool!
THE WAY HE PUTS HIS HANDS BEHIND HIS BACK
ITS LIKE HES A LITTLE TODDLER WHO HAS JUST TATTLE TALED ON SOME OTHER KID AND FEELS REALLY PROUD OF HIMSELF AND LOOKS TO THE TEACHER BECAUSE HE FEELS HE DESERVES A “WELL DONE” STICKER ON HIS FACE
One note = one vote. Like or reblog to vote for your state! Go your-state-name-here!
Montana is in last. Poor Montana. Find your state here, then like and reblog it to decide where we go on the TFIOS Movie tour with Shailene, Ansel, Nat, and me.
We printed this out and showed it to my grandma. She laughed heartily. Then she asked if I had to print this out for all the people.
"No Grandma, they see it on the computer."
"You bring them to your computer?"
"No, on their computer. Through the internet."
"OH." <—translated "I still don’t understand but I’m going to pretend I do."
I know it is a bit confusing. And I do apologize.
The comics appear one week early in the I Love Charts collection on Medium.com. Putting them there is better because it allows me to compensate my artist for his amazing work. They are also in higher resolution, which I think is cool too.
The easiest way to look through all of the comics is to go to this link.
A new comic will appear there every Wednesday and Sunday.
Perhaps you could bookmark it.
I ask that folks initially view them on the Medium site, because that helps support myself and Chris. But it is perfectly okay if viewing them here on tumblr is easier for you.
I’m going to work on a way to make this all a bit less confusing. It is on my to-do list.
If you hover over an image, you’ll see a little magnifying glass. Click on the image and it will center and resize it to the maximum width and height your browser can display. So if the images are too big, it will size them down. If you have a high resolution display it will show Chris’s art in MAXIMUM DEF!