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Comic profile: Happenstance
A Photographic Novel
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Comic language: English
Genre: Drama
Activity status: Active
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Last update: Yesterday, 3:03 PM
Number of comics: 66
Number of subscribers: 10
Visitors: 6730 visitors (16561 pages viewed)
Rating: 5 (22 votes)

Comic description

A photographic comic about religion, relationships, and how changes in one can produce changes in the other.


Stephen Frug
Stephen Frug
Stephen Saperstein Frug is a writer, photographer and (now) webcomicer who lives in Ithaca, NY.

Most recent comments left on Happenstance

Stephen Frug
12 days ago
Stephen Frug
On p. 124 (and a bit on the previous page, for that matter), the Grocery Clerk is played by Niles Benjamin, a kind worker at GreenStar who was game to help me out. Many thanks to Niles!
Left on Happenstance pp124-125
Stephen Frug
20th Nov 2017
Stephen Frug
Thank you, Angela!
Left on Happenstance pp96-97
Angela (Guest)
16th Nov 2017
I'm really enjoying your novel. The forced delay in reading it caused by the twice weekly posting means I'm thinking about it a lot more. Thanks!
Left on Happenstance pp96-97
Stephen Frug
13th Nov 2017
Stephen Frug
Plymayer: That's an interesting notion. But it's not standard Christian theology — which is, of course, what Paul is becoming involved with. (Other ideas will be explored over the course of this book too!)
If you've never read it, you might be interested in a novel by James Morrow called Only Begotten Daughter.

Thanks, as always, for your comments!
Left on Happenstance pp92-93
Stephen Frug
13th Nov 2017
Stephen Frug
On page 95, the first eleven panels are eleven different artists' depiction of Jesus. in order: Michelangelo; Fra Angelico; the Master of Cefalu; Caravaggio; El Greco; Rembrant; Vermeer; Gaugin, Vincent Barzoni; Warner Sallman; and Richard Nieve of the BBC.
Left on Happenstance pp94-95