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Stuff No One Told Me

Stuff No One Told Me
Dear SNOTM readers and fans, I am very much alive... I've just not been drawing many comics because Iris and I have been traveling a lot lately. We spent a few months in Spain visiting my family and walking the Camino de Santiago (by the way, it was awesome). As of now, our current residence is in Sao Paulo, Brazil... and I think we'll be staying here for a few years. I don't know if new comics will come anytime soon.

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