V.M. Sawh

March 18, 1984




It all began with Alan Moores The Anatomy Lesson.

When I was far too young to be reading such things, I picked up a small, dirty, plastic-wrapped comic digest from my local library. The first and featured story was a piece by Alan Moore which started with the line: Its raining in Washington tonight.

It tells the story of a mad doctor who is awaiting the resurrection of a character whose name I wont reveal here.

Suffice it to say, I was both horrified and intrigued. My young mind had never encountered such a dark and twisted tale, whose ending at the time shocked me. I remember being transfixed by the power of Alan Moores imagery and the depth of his narrative. That story still haunts me to this day.

I first picked up the pencil at age 6 to

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