Hey, remember Harold's Purple Crayon series of children's books by Crockett Johnson? I was fairly obsessed with them as a child. I guess I still am. They dealt with imagination, drawing, creativity, scaring oneself with one's imagination, perspective (literally), amusing oneself, being alone, and vanishing lines. And so much more. Anyway, this comic will only make sense if you've seen the books, so I hope you can find a copy.
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