Sunnyville Stories #13, Pages 11-12

And we’re back!  Picking up from where we left off last time, Donny Hopper arrives with his father.

Sunnyville Stories #13, Page 11

Here, we have Rusty, Sam, Jason and Eddie playing a trivia game with Donny about to join them.  

Sunnyville Stories #13, Page 12

Donny’s answer is right.  I did research the question to make sure there were no errors here.  Doug Flutie was the winner of the Heisman Trophy in 1984.

Tune in next week for more pages.  Meanwhile,

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Copies of all the above titles are available to the library trade via Brodart Company and to retailers from Ingram and Baker & Taylor (via BCH Distribution).  Copies are also available direct from the publisher.  For ordering information, contact maxwestart(at)gmail(dot)com or write to:

Different Mousetrap Press LLC, 1100 19th Avenue N, #108, Unit J, Fargo ND 58102-2269 USA 

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I am a freelance artist and the creator of Sunnyville Stories, an independent slice-of-life comics series.
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