The end! Of the scribbles, anyway. This is the back cover, which I have decided to make into a sort of mini poster, with a psuedo scientific “illustration” of a brontosaurus, and the story of the comic in old fashioned lettering, which I am probably going to typeset in my word processor and paste on, for what I hope is kind of Victorian circus poster effect. Since several of you claim to be able to read my notehand, I won’t transliterate the text.But, wait. What happened to pages 14 and 15? That’s a good question, and I will answer it as soon as I can. If you are guessing there has been a last minute rewrite of the final scene, you are on the right track.
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