Sometimes there’s a story inside someone that just has to get out, one way or another. That’s what happened with George Wassil and Oh, Hell, his independently published graphic novel. As he mentions in the interview, he’s had this idea percolating in his head for decades, but it was only through a creative writing class that he found the right version of that story to tell. Expect it to get a full Comic POW! article in the future.
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[…] been intrigued to read the story since speaking with him at Baltimore Comic-Con 2015. Our main character, Angela (who also goes by Zoel) was found abandoned in a dumpster as a baby. […]