Death In The Afternoon I recently self-published a comic book based on an account by Peter Hathaway. My version of the story takes place in the early 1920s, and my main character (Francis Anderson Archer) is more of an analog of a younger Hemingway. I spent a great deal of time researching the story, which included numerous visits to the Gun Library at the Cabela's here in Boise, Idaho. I'm not really interested in telling contemporary stories. I'm more a fan of heroic figures of epic proportions smoking cigarettes, drinking bourbon and shooting guns (obviously not all at the same time) i.e. characters that authors such as Jack London, or Ernest Hemingway might have written. I'm also not interested in making comics for other comic book fans. I'm not a skinny sad little boy, there fore I care little for appeasing their tastes. So I'm curious if my story, written about hunting, for hunters and people such as myself, find it entertaining. Feel free to point out any technical inaccuracies, as I'd like to correct them since I intend to continue to write more adventures with this guy. You can check the whole story out here.