When I spend too much time playing Tetris, or Sudoku, I start to see the world in neat, patterned frames. My perspective shifts. You could say that comics and written narratives differ according to a perspective shift. Do you ever find yourself re-framing, re-parametrizing the world when you spend a long time working on a comic?
No, not really. I mainly just get tired after drawing for a long time. That’s a rad question though.
Do you think you will continue to make comics as you grow older?
I would certainly like to think so. I think I’d really hate myself if I didn’t, like I was wasting time and not doing anything. But at the same time I can’t really say that I know what an adult life really consists of, or requires financially, so who knows, maybe there’ll only be a few more years where I can do this. I hope I can continue to do this stuff for a long time though.
What are you looking forward to the most in Vol.6 of The Suburban Review?