Viewotron: Comics and Stories No. 2 collects three new thoughtful, charming, and funny short stories by Sam Sharpe and Peach S. Goodrich. All three comics deal with perception, hope, doom, and the future.
- Satellite and Telescope (Part 1 of 2)
by Peach S Goodrich tells the story of an unlikely friendship between a 10-year old girl named Neha, and an orbital satellite who is handy with an SLR.
- What Will Be Left?
by Sam Sharpe is an abecedarius about how our present culture may appear to archeologists from the distant future.
- The Spooky Child (Part 1 of 2)
by Sam Sharpe follows the mysterious adventures of two art teachers, as one of their students’ drawings foretell terrible calamities!
Peach and Sam’s gorgeous black and white cartooning captures tons of emotion, humanity, and humor in every panel. With both great detail, and economy of line, these comics will draw you into a world of cursed drawings, curious satellites, and our last gasps.
A note about numbering
This issue collects brand new comics, never before printed! Readers familiar with Sam and Peach’s output may remember other publications with the title, Viewotron No. 2. Sam and Peach self-published two minicomics titled, Viewotron No. 1 and Viewotron No. 2. Issue 2 of the self-published series was dedicated to Sam’s Ignatz- and Eisner-nominated short story, “Mom.” Issue 3 of the self-published series (which was only ever available at SPX 2017) was picked up by AdHouse Books and renamed, Viewotron: Comics and Stories No. 1 in 2018.
Nominee, 2023 Outstanding Series Ignatz Award