Leo Geo, a lengthwise comic about a journey through the Earth

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11 Responses to “Leo Geo, a lengthwise comic about a journey through the Earth”

  1. desperado says:

    To a space geek, LEO and GEO mean something entirely different.  I was disappointed.

  2. Greg says:

    I saw his art and book presented at a gallery opening in Lebanon, NH months ago.  It was a show with artists from the Center for Cartoon Studies in Vermont.  I loved this book as soon as I saw it.

  3. bklynchris says:

    Kind of Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel meets Freud.

    The penwork on Chad’s illustrations are massive.

  4. Very cool! And remember, stalacTITEs have to hang on TIGHT, while stalagMITEs MIGHT reach the ceiling one day!

  5. MrScience says:

    He must be traveling near an induction zone for there to be fossils so close to the Mantle!

  6. snowmentality says:

    This looks awesome. It is exactly the kind of thing I would have loved and adored and re-read constantly when I was in elementary school.

    And I would have unwittingly internalized the sister’s role — to stay topside and worry and wait for the scientifically-adventuring brother.

    This doesn’t make it less awesome or less worthwhile. And I am not accusing the author of sexism, or doing this intentionally, or anything. Clearly that’s not the case.

    But it’s just another little twinge.

  7. MikeWebkist says:

    My 8-year-old daughter just found this book at the library and really enjoyed it. Although, to be honest, she’s spent more time with “What Stinks?” by Marilyn Singer. Rocks are great, but poop is hard to beat for a second grader.

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