Epilogue: Check In

I struggled with a proper way to close this story out. But, in the end, I thought about who the story affects the most, and the resolution came about in a natural way.

Bob compartmentalizes his feelings, it’s a large part of who he is and what makes him tick. This story may be ending now, but its effects will no doubt leave an indelible mark on the characters.


About the author

Krishna Sadasivam creates custom comics and illustrations for organizations, magazines and companies. A champion of comics advocacy, Krishna speaks, blogs, and writes articles on illustration and sequential arts techniques and the importance of the comics medium in both education and brand awareness. His clients have included Microsoft, Mashable, Other World Computing and EE Times. His work has been featured on many notable websites, including TechCrunch, Gizmodo and CNET. His portfolio can be found at krishnadraws.com.

  • http://jaglab.wordpress.com Jose Gonzalez

    Awesome drama element, Krishna. You are definitively serious about writing.
    Hats off!

    • http://www.pcweenies.com Krishna

      Thanks, Jose!

  • Bjornski

    I really enjoyed the storyline. Keep up the good work!
    I have one question though; When did Pam break her arm?

    • http://www.pcweenies.com Krishna

      Thanks, Bjornski. Pam broke her arm when she fell down after getting stabbed. Of course, it didn’t help that she used that same arm to dangle Maude off the water tower…

  • conk

    but the story is not over…obviously odds are low BUT still can win the lottery..

  • Seamus

    Very nice Krishna….

    You have done very well with the story line…I REALLY enjoyed the trip and I think it was a very good ending (anyone who knows Bob knows that is just him).

    As much as I love your single shot strips, I can’t wait till you feel another story line has matured to the point of giving it to us.

    • Krishna

      Thanks, Seamus. The response has been overwhelmingly positive, so it’s safe to say more stories are in the offing…

  • http://www.facebook.com/parakhk Parakh

    Bob do have emotions for a human….

  • Paul Raulerson

    Wow – I hav eenjoyed PC Weenings in Comics by Mail for a year or so, but this story took me completely by surprise, and I am glad I finally bothered to look up this website.

    Excellent work, and I will be buying your print copy book as well.

    Very excellent, and totally unexpected work. Perhaps you might consider more long story arcs like that, I must admit, the characters went from being pure caricatures (if very funny caricatures) to taking on unexpected depths and being more “real” in the process. Very well done indeed.


    • Krishna

      Thank you, Paul. More storylines are definitely in the future.