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Mondo Mecho
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Jesper Nordqvist
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Mondo Mecho Page 62 by Jesper Nordqvist

I'm Jesper Nordqvist, aka 'Ragathol', a comic artist and illustrator from Sweden, specialized in fantasy and SF comedy and drama. Mondo Mecho was my first longer drama comic, published as a web comic between ca 2006-2009. It was supposed to be a long epic story, but sadly couldn't be finished due to other things coming in between, like getting a contract to make another Science Fantasy comic for publication. That was TANKS, and although it's only published in Sweden, I've been making a lot more comics since then, most of which are available at gumroad.com/ragathol. Mondo Mecho was a lot of fun to work on, and I learned a lot — which you'll be able to see clearly as it goes on. I hope that I'll be able to pick it up again (or rather, to remake it) some day. I hope you'll enjoy it — although it's a bit silly in the beginning, it picks up a bit as it progresses. Thank you for reading!

Notes:
The glass panel house on the right in the first frame uses special glass to show pictures or even movie clips on the outside of the building.

The glass is one-way reflective glass, so the people inside the building won't see any of it, or be disturbed by it.

If sound is played with the ads, projected sound is used down on the street, to minmize trouble for the workers in the office.
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