Juba Apfvarzian was released from the floating asylum, and found that his wife Lucy and son Ayo died during an influenza pandemic. With no one else in the world to turn to, he has traced the one person who he believes could help him clamber out of the mess he’s in. Traveling from Somalia to India, he has found Alexand’s location. He discovered she is back in the military, living in a base called Saskatoon with her husband and son. Unfortunately security didn’t let him in because of his asylum record and he is being held in a detention cell on the outskirts of the city. CLICK HERE for next chronological story.
9 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 104: Post Asylum Blues”
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I am sharing because you are an amazing artist and writer. I love the portraits of your characters.
Thank you, Erika!
Terrific confrontation between Juba and Panak – very believable. The all encompassing mystery continues to grow.
Wonderful artwork! I can’t wait to see what happens next! 🙂
Panak’s fascinating in this. Nice to see a bit of panic on his part. Poor Juba, though – escapes and comes all that way only to be told he’s stupid. Fantastic drawings, Cheryl! Love the compositions and the way they work so well in sequence.
Thanks, Richard, sorry for the late reply, glad you like this episode, and yes both characters need a lot more story time I think! BTW I’m overdue a visit to your new shots. Will take a good look over the next couple of days. Got to go to London tomorrow, been a bit hectic, hence my lack of comm, but will catch up with you soon. Cheryl