Month Number Nine

September is a very good month. As good as any other month can be. It’s just the name, that has the correct number of letters. Like the rest of the months, that can also stand proudly with their even or uneven number of letters in their name. For know we lack of the description for…

Japan Travels, Part Three!

In the big (and not so much) subway stations there are libraries. They are, sorry for the redudance, full of books. I mean, in the sense of book per square meter. Those are small libraries, taking the minimum space for the maximum literary content possible. I don’t know if it’s a maths miracle or something….

Overcoming

(This is, when you have something in your head that bothered you, until you finally get rid of it and when you do you feel somewhat lighter) (Esto es, cuando tenías algo en la cabeza que te molestaba, hasta que al final te lo logras sacar y te sentís más liviano).

Everything is good in August

August is a complicated month. Every month has its thing: January is the first month in the year, so there is some kind of positivism; in February there is San Valentine’s day, even though no one celebrates it anymore, but it’s there; in March we have Easter and the beginning of school and uni in…

Running around the hours

It’s Saturday until midday. Then it could be any other day of the week. Clockturn (as I know, when you put your clock on hour), it’s a short story of ten pages  that I wrote for the Ghost City Comic Contest, and that I’m in the process of finishing. I already inked half of the…

Japan Travels, Part two!

I had a diary once, when I was a young girl. It was a Barbie diary that someone gifted me, because it was a common gift when I was younger either paints or pencils, or well, notebooks to draw on. At the time, the fashion were those diaries that came with brass lockers that kept…

It’s July!

July is the seventh month of the year, also well known as the month where the average person (oneself included) realises that more than half of the year has happened already, and that they haven’t lost all the weight they wanted to, they haven’t started the diet as they promised to, and they haven’t saved…

Cold and Hot June

June, the best month in the universe. Every alien of every planet agree with me. Casually, my birthday is on June, but this doesn’t affect my opinion respecting this month. As a curiosity, the name of this month, comes from the roman name Juno, the goddess of marriage, daughter of Saturn and wife of Jupiter….

Paths? With Sam Silver

If you remember this blog post, then you already know that I joined The Comic Jam at the beginning of the year. The Comic Jam is a group where writers and artists are paired, working on a theme a week. And this week we have Lost Things, and my second comic in this group! Go…

Japan Travels, Part one

With fifty pages I could say I made a little book. It is, certainly, a little book. It’s a pocket book. Now it’s in my computer, and in yours. The travel, now that I see it scanned, is just too long for just one post, so I decided to submit it in three parts, so…

Coming back from Japan

Quite a long ago, around four or five years ago, I travelled for the first time to the other side of the ocean. We visited Europe, my family and me, and while we were visiting France, Paris specifically, in a narrow and almost deserted street, I bought a notebook in a library. I also bought…

Go, go, go, May!

May is, by definition, the ‘nerdest’? (freak! Whatever you call it) in the year. We don’t have only one, nor two, but five days! Let’s celebrate without care. Mayo es, por definición, el mes más friki (¡freak! como lo llames) que hay en el año. No tenemos solo uno, ni dos, ¡sino cinco días! Festejen…