“When I sit down at my drawing table, scratch that because I don’t really have a drawing table anymore… actually most of these comics were drawn on the fly, on the road, wherever I happened to be – sitting in a cafe, on a street corner, on the sidewalk, in a park – wherever. The goal is to capture that elusive something, possibly a little bit of the truth, through the wonderfulness of words combined with pictures i.e. comic books. At the same time the goal is to try to create something new, to find a new angle, a new approach – to challenge myself and hopefully the future reader.
“In the third issue of Watching Days Become Years the comics were drawn in California, between San Francisco and Los Angeles. The focus (as always?) is on the passage of time, on family, friends, books, music, movies, beaches, airplanes, boats, love and hate. The artwork is loose, immediate and lively, drawn in the nice, gray pen-and-ink wash I’ve been working in for the last few years. Hopefully it’s also a comic book that will provide some laughs.” — Jeff Levine
40 page black and white paperback