True Fiction #5 by Tom Motley
This was part of a neat idea for a 24 hour comic: 11 people got together in a comic store, sat down and started at the same time to finish 24 hour comics. Two of the people didnâ€™t finish, everybody else came out of it with a comic. Tomâ€™s was the story of a model for an art class, trying to remember poems that she needed to know for her poetry final the next day. Most of the book is just poems and her body floating around or going over the things that sheâ€™s thinking about, with brief bits of reality thrown in. Itâ€™s a bit too self-referential for my tastes, because if you know that heâ€™s doing a 24 hour book he does all kinds of little inside jokes about it, but itâ€™s not a bad little story overall. And he mentions in the afterward that the art gets stronger as he goes because he felt really rushed at the beginning, and itâ€™s obvious in the final product. Not the best of his books and not the best of the 24 hour books that Iâ€™ve seen, but itâ€™s far from awful and has a naked woman wandering around for most of the issue, so I suppose you could do a lot worse.