There are certain kinds of comics I need to make sure I find before Enosh. Not the action packed adventure tales or the humorous one liners, no those are all pretty safe. But when it comes to comics that wrap a detailed plot around a very man-versus-nature theme, I need to make sure I read through them first and post about them on Faceplant, before Enosh has a near fatal attack of short-sighted republicanism that leaves him gasping for breath and dumping barrels of oil into the Atlantic ocean while traveling to the baccarat tournament in Chicago.
The Abominable Charles Christopher, written and drawn by Karl Kerschl, is a somewhat poignant look at the effects humanity has had on nature, and more importantly, on a very peaceful, somewhat confusing sasquatch-thing. Or maybe it’s a look at what the animals in the forest are up to when we’re not paying attention. Or maybe it is none of these things and will turn out to be something entirely. Hell if I know.
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