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William Blake Comic Book: A Memorable Fancy Comic pg 10

Hi, fellows! I'm sorry but this week I have to give short shrift! I've been working on some INKTOBER stuff, and you can check that out on the Official Comics for Grownups Twitter Feed. But the clock ticks and I don't have the time to devote to both scanning and zipatoning a new page and also doing Inktober stuff.

Which sucks. Yes, it does make it seem as if I am lazy. I will cop to that accusation, I have thought many times I could do more than I could.

Let us consider the words of Seijuro Shin from the Ojo White Knights. He was asked "If it was the last day on earth, how would you spend it?" and he said "I'd think of the things I have left to do, and challenge my limits."

I would certainly like to challenge my limits. The clock ticks and I am more and more aware of my fifty years. Sure, no one knows how much time they have left. I hope I have a bunch more. How will I spend it? Will the time I spend on comics make me happy, or is it really more important to make sure I drink a certain amount of beer each weekend?

I will ponder these weighty questions tonight as I pound Miller Lites.

Thanks for visiting, fellers! See you next week with a properly rendered page! Just think about how excited you'll bee to see a complete version with good zipatones!

Comic transcript

You're reading a page from a comic book entitled William Blake, Man of Action!! It's based on William Blake's poem "A Memorable Fancy" from his larger work "The Marriage of Heaven and Hell". I'll be posting a page a week, and the first page of A Memorable Fancy is here. Alternately , you can check out the archive to jump to different pages. Please leave a comment if you like it, or don't!

So then William Blake says to the Angel, "But now we have seen my eternal lot." He smiles and adds, "Shall I show you yours?"

The Angel looks at him, amused, and then bursts out into laughter. As William Blake describes his response,

She laugh'd at my proposal but I by force suddenly caught her in my arms,

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