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Sorry – no dragon returning just yet:)

If you notice the store is down for a few days it’s because i am making  some major changes. Plus I am finishing off the book, it’s getting really exciting




Frankfurter » 6 Oct 2011 » Reply

"Don't make me angry, you wouldn't like me when I'm angry." Get it cause the forest is big and green right ….. right.

Hoomi » 6 Oct 2011 » Reply

Okay… which one of you mugs summoned the White Witch from Narnia?

Mercy » 5 Oct 2011 » Reply

I guess Mama Faerie has been busy…

Scott Aleric » 5 Oct 2011 » Reply

Hey Travis,

Talked you you at APE on Saturday about my webcomic and you suggested a larger scanner, told me to email you for more details as to a good one. Of course, I can't seem to locate your actual email, so maybe this'll get through to you.

let me know.

Karyl » 5 Oct 2011 » Reply

I resemble almost all of the above posters, although i did see the face. No, not a good time to be goblin!

Neil » 5 Oct 2011 » Reply

I think the forest is angry that the lady who was helping Bean was injured. I have a feeling it's not gonna be a good time to be a goblin in the next few panels 😉

glennnnnnn » 5 Oct 2011 » Reply

An angry storm ? That seems about right !

someone » 5 Oct 2011 » Reply

I see an angry face in the clouds. Kinda looks like Gort, even. Pareidolia or deliberately drawn this way?

    LittleOne » 5 Oct 2011 » Reply

    I hadn't seen the face until you pointed it out. It does indeed look like Gort, doesn't it? Thanks for your observation and note. Before reading your posting, I had suspected the storm was due to Mama's influence, but one never really knows what's in store in The Bean Universe. That's what keeps us coming back for more!

    Celidah » 5 Oct 2011 » Reply

    With Trav? Oh, I'm quite sure it's deliberate!

    SteveZ » 16 Nov 2012 » Reply

    Something I've noticed about Trav's scenery; there seem to be faces in a lot of things. I've seen faces in rocks, trees, and on the side of the road as the characters walk by unaware. This personification of the land lends itself to the mysticism of Bean's universe pretty well. Keep it up, Trav. I'm hugely impressed.

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