THE PULSE: What are some of the toughest challenges to writing comedy?It'll be interesting to read the comic and see if any of that comes across on the page. I would think that comics would have their own advantages in doing comedy (ability to exaggerate details, for example), but I suppose controlling the timing of a gag could be tricky. Now I'm going to be looking for all the gags that fall flat in the comic!
TOMMASO: That fact that I'm working in a still form. I can see a lot of gags in my head playing as a movie would, but when they need to be transcribed into a comic form, they often fall to pieces. Sometimes I can change the action, but other times it just doesn't work in ink on paper at all.