Great Zach Site: Free Z

Based on a real story, with real people and real pain.
Willie Hewes created the best Zach site I’ve seen yet!
Through Free Z, Willie Hewes evokes deep emotion through a beautifully rendered comic.

Links to what you can do to make a difference, and printable version of the comic story, so we can reproduce it and distribute it. Sweet.

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  1. Bruce Garrett on July 5, 2005 at 11:26 pm Reply

    Wow…I am continually amazed at how the simple comic art form can speak to to us with such power.

    That is an amazing, piece. It says it all. I’m just stunned.

  2. Anonymous on July 6, 2005 at 5:43 am Reply

    -blink- I never thought that my best friend would be turned into a comic strip.

    I’m looking for more ways to help him, as well as other people who share our cause.

    Catch me at odditymonster@gmail.com for questions or ways that I can aid!

    Thanks.

  3. Willie Hewes on July 6, 2005 at 10:07 am Reply

    *eep!*

    Thank you!

    I’m glad you like it, I hope lots of people will print it and spread it everywhere. It’s amazing to read how people so far away from me were moved by this. I am… in awe.

    In other news, I got an email from John Smid today. O.O Basically telling me it’s not as bad as I think. I’ll make it available online soon, taking the afternoon off work to do some stuff on this.

    My head is a firestorm. Thanks.

  4. Bruce Garrett on July 6, 2005 at 1:49 pm Reply

    In other news, I got an email from John Smid today. O.O Basically telling me it’s not as bad as I think.

    Well golly, I’m sure from his point of view it isn’t. Problem with Smid and others of his kind is that they can’t seem to see things from anyone else’s point of view but their own.

    I wonder if Smid keeps a stop watch in his bathroom, so he won’t spend more then fifteen minutes a day in it.

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