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When you read the quotes of our readers, you may get a glimpse into the mind of a woman who has been there before. Or maybe you are a man who has read the quotes in our January and February issues. I’m not sure which it is, but I’ll tell you it is a good one.
For the month of May, we are once again featuring the best quotes, both in our January and February issues. We are happy to present you the quotes from our readers.
Just as it is the case with our original May issue, we are pleased to present some of our recent spring ‘n summer ‘n autumn issues. We are confident that the quote is a good one, but it is probably the last issue to come out and it is probably the first issue where we’re happy to present some quotes.
The month of May is also the month of our annual interview with our friend and fellow comic-artist, Robert “Nascha” Reiff. Our interview has been out for almost a year now, and it was a very interesting, informative, and funny session. It was probably the first interview Nascha has given that involved him just speaking and not going on and on about comics, and the first time he has talked about how he got into comics.
Nascha is still a bit of a mystery about his origins, but he was raised and trained in the comic-book industry by his mother. This is the first time he has really talked about his parents’ role in his career, and the first time he has ever said he got into comics through them. He said in the interview that his mother has always really encouraged him to pursue his passion, and that she was the reason why he got into comics.
Nascha also said it’s a good thing that his mother got him into comics because she didn’t want him to be bullied as a kid. The fact of the matter is that comic-book publishing is really not meant for kids, and Nascha is more than happy to tell you why.
I have to admit that I was quite shocked not to see him when I watched the trailer. I honestly thought he was going to die out on the beach in the middle of the night, but it wasn’t until I heard how he was at the beach and I heard him scream at the top of his lungs that I knew he was going to die. I had to have known that he was going to die.
Nascha said he got into comics by going through a comic shop at the age of 12. He got his first comic book in 1978 and started doing his own comic a few years later. He said that the reason he started doing comics was because he was so bored and he had to laugh. He said he had to stop when he was 16 because he started to think about how the things he was writing were going to end up in a comic book.
The thing is, Nascha was saying that he was bored because he was writing about him in his comic. But the thing is, Nascha was also writing about himself in his comic. He was trying to come up with a story where he would be like other people, or at least people who were better than him. Nascha had to be pretty good at coming up with things that would end up in a comic book, and it would end up in a comic book.
The thing is, Nascha was writing about himself in his comic, too. He was writing about his experiences as a young man in the United States in the 80s. He had to come up with things that would end up in a comic book because if he didn’t, he’d end up in a comic book.