“Death Plays A Mean Harmonica” — And Steve Lafler Crafts A Really Nice Comic


Ryan C.'s Four Color Apocalypse

Oaxaca is an interesting, dare I say even magical place — a unique intersection of indigenous traditions, modern-day Mexican culture, and American expat bon vivant-ism that’s been added to the mix thanks to its large gringo transplant community. On any given night, anything can happen, and the air is pregnant with festivity, possibility, and even a dash intrigue.

Or so I’m told, at any rate — largely by my parents, who became part of that aforementioned gringo transplant community when they retired down there nearly two years ago. I’d dearly love to visit, but the pandemic has made that wish an impossibility for the time being, although hopefully not for too much longer. Until then, though, I’ve got their emails and photos — and the comics of EX-expat Steve Lafler, who returns to the place he once called home (or, in a pinch, a home away from home) for his…

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One response to ““Death Plays A Mean Harmonica” — And Steve Lafler Crafts A Really Nice Comic

  1. Pingback: Lisa’s Week In Review: 2/15/21 — 2/21/21 | Through the Shattered Lens

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