Trev #6

NOTE: This is the last of my six Trev episodes from 1982. To read all of them in sequence, scroll down to my June 21 blog entry and then scroll upwards to this one.
And so, with the prospect of "new revelations" lurking ominously like the sinister fellow diners at Tony Soprano’s last meal, we take our leave of Trev.

Had the Voice picked up the feature when I submitted it a quarter-century ago, this strip might have continued for years, possibly setting a world’s record for perpetual irresolution.

Instead, I moved on to Wendel.

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I'm a cartoonist and writer, best known for my graphic novel, Stuck Rubber Baby, and my comic strip from the 1980s, Wendel.
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  1. I listened once to a symphony that was like this. Four movements and every time the composer finished running a lovely melody by me, he’d start a new and completely different one. It was very exhausting listening. On the other hand, I could imagine for hours afterward, where some of those melodies might have gone…