I get what he was going for witg making her act babyish cuz the cop was there, but he could have been in and out in like two pages, not the whole thing. My senior art show was so packed with paintings that is was like wallpaper. The plot of this story was great; however in my opinion the author added too many unrelated characters and frivolous detail into the story. OkayOkayOkOk is inking and coloring a diapered girl to announce the Tales from the Crib Keeper 8 contest in 2018. The lady that is having marital problems is yammering on and on, which was a bore. I put up 'preview pages' for the comics to show more of what is inside. As I stated at the beginning, that's extremely misleading and had I known the comic was going to go the way it was, again I would not have bought this.
Each episode is stand-alone, and with this series in particular the 30 minute time frame flies right by. In what can only be described as the worst timing in the world, Lucy goes from over-the-moon happiness with a positive pregnancy stick, to unbelievable shock when her husband asks her for a divorce. A lot can happen in a year, especially while still living together. I laughed at the envisioned dinner Lucy was going to share with her husband and tell him the exciting new of her pregnancy. But in the comic itself it's alluded too and skipped over. The first chapter even had me laughing out loud at her therapist who decides to go into hiding and not return the couples calls because he just doesn't want to deal with their problems.
Well worth the money to see you do some longer stories vs the 3 pagers you post for free. From the cover and the title, you know that this is a story with a baby, which, already made me not look forward to it, but I was hoping it would have some of that Baby Boom humor. She is the author of six contemporary novels and contributor to four literary anthologies. Half the stuff I get from Amazon that's free I never read so at the worst, I have another free book in the cloud that I'll never read, at best I'd be entertained. In the past, your best art is when you focus on the diapering scenes but none of these comics have it.
Tales from the Crib Keeper is a comic series by okayokayokok that uses story ideas submitted by fans like you. Really I don't mean to make you feel bad or anything. Plus you have Game Over in the background. Why is Lucy Klein cuddling her adorable son while her sort-of husband cuddles his adorable. She is getting ready to make a big announcement at the dinner table- she is pregnant. Your characters have some great expressions! You see Katie struggle hard, get strapped down preparing for what's to come and then the next scene she's being held and asked how old she is. Jack is getting ready to make his own big announcement- he wants a divorce.
It ended up leaning towards the best! Freaky Cryday was probably the most interesting one. I personally have loved Okayx4 in the past and bought every comic, however this one I am disapointed to say the least. If you had requested seeing more Diaper changing scenes, I probably would have added one to Total Protection. Total Protection is about a husband and wife. Overall, I thought this was a funny book, but also very eye-opening on motherhood and the trials new moms go through. In any case, despite the totally bizarre arrangement, it may not be the weirdest thing that happens in her life this year. The couple has tried everything from marriage counseling to romantic getaways, but nothing seems to improve their marriage.
I would love to see more stuff like that in the future. I think the more comics I'm able to do, the more the art's able to improve and faces are probably my fav thing to draw. I get why for the story but it just absolutely kills the mood. There is no scene like this in the actual comic at all. There was some bad language, but all in all the book was workers reading.
The one time there was, was outside of the Tales series in Ick Or Eat 1 and again it was done perfectly. There were a few places that were very funny, and new mothers especially would identify with the difficulties of child birth, breast feeding and the sleep deprivation of new motherhood. I understand it's great art but the cover of this is completely misleading to the actual comic. Jennifer has written for U-T San Diego, Washington Post, Miami Herald, Mothering magazine, The Huffington Post, Salon. I considered it in the beginning of production, but ended up leaving it out because I've never heard a request for seeing more Diaper changes.
If you had asked me if there were diaper changes, I would've told you there's only one in the comic and it's small- at the end of Gamer Girls. But yeah, I'm really surprised you have never been asked for more diapering scenes. The couple has tried everything from marriage counseling to romantic getaways, but nothing seems to improve their marriage. I really wanted to enjoy this book especially after reading the prologue and the opening chapter. Lucy reluctantly agrees, and what follows will keep you glued to the page.
Althought things have been rough, she never expected Jack to ask her for a divorce - and now, of all the times! But that was barely in the comic and combined with the cover I thought there would at least be some sort of image of the mother taking care of the girls who are both fully aware of what's going on but it just skips past it. But Jack devises a plan, a co-parenting plan. In the actual comic, her and her friend magically transforms into a baby diaper already on and then her mother comes down shocked and takes her to a video store to return the game. Jane Austin is spinning in her grave. Usually only one image in the comic is devoted towards it and there's no baby powder involved or anything like it when it's happening Example: Tales 3 - Secrets Of The Superstore.