What Happened When Frank Died: The Mississippi Boogie Woogie



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18 thoughts on “What Happened When Frank Died: The Mississippi Boogie Woogie

  1. Oh, a new Frank-Story with Charly and (perhaps) little death!
    A wonderful story-board chased by the Mississippi-Boogie-Woogie. A hanged woman kicking cigaretts and the search for David and Sara in the hell of misfit toys. Lots of funny-bizarre Situations and clever twisted moments. Frank “helps” Charlie in lighting his cigatrette ( it seems that Frank stopped smoking). And at the end a hope, that there was a shred of hope…..so far….I´m excited, flash!

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    1. Hmm..I’ll leave that up to you. I really am not sure what happens next. I’ve thought about it but until I write it, I am not sure. But thank you very much. I am glad you liked it.


  2. O.k., the unusual, abtract illustration was very inspiring for a new interpretation, which I honestly like a lot! A non-figurative, but very constructed structure of the image, brings me an idea of ​​the place. Little death shows Frank the dark and dirty way to the city where nothing really exciting happens. But the “Mississippi boogie woogie” seems to be very popular and this band seems to have the monopoly of the music.
    Charly and the hanged old woman badger and annoy each other. They seem to be a well-practiced hate-couple. Sarah is still a question mark for me. But David is Charly. Although Frank does not realize this. I could not always follow the twists. Frank would not really have hoped that they had a spark of hope, if he wants to see them (therefore, Charly probably laughs). On the other hand, it is also not certain that they are in hell. Fank actually makes a very tidy impression as a non-smoker and the city does not seem to be a vice. You can see flash,your stories inspire me and take me with them!

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