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2010/4/7

George Ford, today’s guest cartoonist, and the prolific creator of Addanac City, was one of the first to welcome Odori Park to the Web, and remains one of its most constant supporters. In fact, he seems to be everyone’s supporter, gracing comics with comments around the Web like a webcomic ambassador of goodwill. If you’re a reader of comics online but you haven’t read Addanac City, then I’ll presume you’ve been hibernating for the winter. George’s tale of the luckless residents of Addanac City, and Hank–the prepubescent terror who keeps them under his thumb–has been a rolling juggernaut of funny.

Thanks for the very funny guest strip, George, and for the continuing support! (I’ll see if my wife knows Mrs. Greer’s size.)

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  1. Odori Park » Archive » Guest-a-versary 11: George Ford :: A webcomic comedy of culture shock in love, life, and family, by Chris Watkins ::

    [...] Ford, today’s guest cartoonist, and the prolific creator of Addanac City, was one of the first to welcome Odori Park to the Web, [...]

  2. Bearman

    Love it. My dad would go buy a shirt for my mom and when the woman helping would ask her size he would just put his hands out as wide as her chest and say “this size”

  3. Andy

    nice one!

  4. Chris

    Hah! That’s one way to handle it, Bearman :)

  5. Dan

    Nice job, George. I’m surprised you didn’t use any color in the text - I guess the words speak for themselves in this one!

  6. Timothy

    Boom-kissh! Who says webcomics are too hip for good old slapstick? Nice job George.

  7. SpilledInkGuy

    Ha! And while he’s out shopping Colin might as well pick up a new vase as well (but maybe a foam one this time)! :)

  8. Allen

    Looks good George! Two strips in one day….that will keep you busy!

  9. jynksie

    o.O … excellent work George! You can adapt to any comic setting you seem to need to! …also, how in the heck have I not known about this comic before now???

    I shall read it from beginning to end, get caught up and join the revelry!

  10. Bo Lumpkin

    George does it again! Is there no end to that man’s talents?

  11. George

    Thank you, Chris, for allowing me to be a part of this talented group of cartoonists you called on for Guest-a-versary Weeks. I truly enjoyed playing around with your characters and having fun with them. :)

  12. DadaHyena

    WOOO! Nobody beats George when it comes to wordplay…and nobody beats Arisa’s pitching arm!

  13. John K

    Zing! haha great job George, as always!

  14. Michelle

    I got a chuckle out of this. George is the man!

  15. Nate Fakes

    Nicely done, sir!

  16. Chris

    Wow, look at all those comments! George, you sure do draw an audience!
    Belated welcome, everybody :)
    Jynksie, thanks for the kind words!
    George: The pleasure was all mine :D

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