I wanted to write an essay on Matt Kindt's MIND MGMT comic. But when I started to describe the images, it seemed easier to scan them and put them there. I started to write over them and decided better to do an essay making a comic. So I was choosing the paintings I wanted to talk about and I put together a comic essay. The link leads to Entropy magazine, where the full comic was published.
Following the same formula, and since I had been asked for an essay about one of my heroes, I decided to make a comic about The Flaming Carrot by Bob Burden, which to this day still seems to me to be one of the strangest and funniest things I have ever encountered. . This comic-essay was never published, so this is its premiere.
During the onset of the pandemic, my occupational therapy was to collect diverse opinions about the coronavirus and make long posters using pictures and images from various comics, as an essay that was spreading while the virus used us as a method of reproduction. The long format allowed me to play with the key elements of sequential narration.