February 5th, 2007


When I started drawing Digger, I honestly thought this was going to be the last page.  We can view this as conclusive proof that I have no idea what I’m doing.

Also, after five hundred odd pages, a number of books, and an Eisner nomination, you better believe I keep a shrine to Ganesh in my studio. And give him candy regularly.

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Discussion (9)¬

  1. WuseMajor says:

    Well, to be fair, Ganesh is pretty awesome.

  2. Larksilver says:

    I adore this page, always have. It’s one of my favorites from the entire run.

  3. Domino says:

    I kind of miss the old comments that were here. I had a couple…they’re gone now… *sniff*

  4. Lukjad007 says:

    So this ISN’T all part of my imagination! I thought that I was imagining that some things had changed. I was in the middle of the comic and suddenly found myself back here. Still, I kinda miss the old comments. It felt like I was reading something new, and that I wasn’t far behind in the series. Oh well. Something worth doing once, is worth doing again.

  5. Alex27 says:

    First Duvivier, now Dieterle. ,

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  7. Clay Pilgrim says:

    PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT: If you are reading this comic for the first time, DO NOT READ THESE COMMENTS!!! Later threads contain MAJOR SPOILERS.

  8. Ellemerr says:

    Although everyone probably doesn’t care, I’d like to inform y’all that this was the first page of Digger I ever read. Even though it doesn’t have any of the really grand quotes on it, I believe it’s still my favourite. And it sure still depicts my feelings on Digger very accurately. “Whoa” indeed.

  9. BunnyRock says:

    @Lukjad007 so long, and i still miss the old comments too…