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Pictures of You

Pictures of You

by Gibson Twist
Inspired by real people and real events, Pictures of You follows the ill-fated deliverance of Peter Morris and the best friends he ever lost. Comic and tragic, Pictures of You is a long road filled with sex, drugs and rock n roll.

Currently posting Book Seven, Disintegration. Updates MWF.

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Pictures of You

Inspired by real people and real events, Pictures of You follows the ill-fated deliverance of Peter Morris and the best friends he ever lost. Comic and tragic, Pictures of You is a long road filled with sex, drugs and rock n roll.

Currently posting Book Seven, Disintegration. Updates MWF.

Not entirely safe for work.

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Jesus saves...!
He takes half damage.
Well perhaps
You could name the chapter title that or something
It's time again! We're cooking up the sixth print volume of Pictures of You! If you have any requests for rewards, send me an email at gibson_twist@yahoo.com! Get ready to get your fix!
It's still hard for me to listen to Tragically Hip without feeling sad. =( It's a shame that Gord Downie died so young.
I love that you included both recent and vintage rock here.

How one defines "recent" and "vintage" is totally subjective, of course.
And I remember Hengelo
It would seem to me
I remember every single fucking thing I know.


I love The Tragically Hip. I’m so glad you added them.
Rip so much for that art school.
Saw that coming the moment they brought put the weed lol. I bet their luggage is still on that bus too.
LMFAO! ADVENTURE!
If you Google Vermillion Bay, its Wikipedia page has the "stachoo" as its main picture.
Be sure to thank your parents!
happy belated day of birthing!
date of birth!
be sure to thank your parents! :D
I hope you had a good birthday. :)
Michelle's face is perfect for that comment. Happy belated birthday Mr. Twist. If it helps at all, there are years I forget it's my own birthday until someone reminds me.
@Rexhinalt: You know St. Regis? I pass through there all the time!
I identify heavily with Peter in that second-to-last panel. You might remember what kind of dildo I was when I first joined the readership; not malicious, just ignorant, and sometimes that showed. I'm still just a jackass hillbilly, but I'm proud to say I'm a more empathetic, open-minded jackass hillbilly. And I heavily credit you and this comic with being a big part of that.

So, once again, thanks and cheers, Gibson.
I see you and posit that there are no -terrible- Stones songs. However, their pre-disco stuff was definitely top shelf.
We are seeing an older, wiser Peter.

.....I just imagined that sentence as a double-entendre. You're welcome for the visual.
mainlined 1500 pages...
Jesus, the effects of relying on aggregation. PoY popped up today on my webcomics aggregator with 1497 unread pages. Sorry to say that I had totally forgotten about this comic but it sure came back into my life with a vengeance. Simply could not stop pressing that 'Next' button for more of these wonderfully dysfunctional people messing up their lives. Thank you for telling a gripping story about normal, genuine, flawed people that get beat down but (mostly) manage to keep going.
Travel Centers
While many travel centers look a great deal alike, today's stop strongly reminds me of the St. Regis Travel Center in Montana...not and exact match, by any means, but I liked that place. Dumb question, has this story been set in Canada the whole time? Somehow I never realized that, even reading from practically the beginning...