A tree is an incomprehensible mystery.
It takes more drawing to tell a story in pantomime.
People aren't interested in seeing themselves as they really are.
Alternative cartoonists have to rely on comic book stores to get their stuff in the hands of readers.
Every time I write something down I check it to see if it has that telltale glow, the glow that tells me there's something there. If it glows, it stays. Everything is either on or off.
I've heard that Alfred Hitchcock said that by the time he was ready to shoot a film, he didn't even want to do it any more because he'd already had all of the fun of working it out. It's the same thing with these Frank comics.