This is a comic project that I had to do for school. The assignment was to make a comic exploring a "demon," something or someone that plagued us with its memory. Instead of drawing a full-blown comic, I decided to use LEGO's as it was quicker, easier, and little bit more creative (plus, I suck at drawing :D). My comic explores my first friend, the breaking of that relationship, and the problems I face now. This story isn't very action-packed, and is probably more philosophical than most of you probably wanted. It's also kinda confusing/rambling/wandering in its focus and point, as I guess I was just as confused about what went wrong in the story while I was writing it as I did when I experienced it. So I apologize. Yes, I do use my real name here and there is a photo of me when I was younger. No, I will not post a picture of me as I am now. And trust me, you don't want to see me anyways. So, as boring as this may be, enjoy!
Without a doubt one of the best LEGO comics that I've seen. Many of us had that story but few could tell it so well. People come and go in your life. It's just a part of it. I don't know any of my school age pals but one and he was from 6th grade. That was about 45 years ago and we still see each other from year to year. He lives 500 miles away. see ya. garth
This is basically a true story for me. I was a dork and everybody made fun of me, and then I met this one kid who was like me and we were the best of friends. Eventually things started to slip, and we became known as "those two kids who hate each other." The difference between my story and yours is that it was MY fault, rather than his. I eventually called him up and apologized for being such a jerk.
Long story short, this is a great comic that many people can relate to.