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  1. "If they’ve seen any creative improvement, any artist will tell you their old work looks like garbage. The characters don’t look pleasing to me at all until early 2009 or so. I think my writing used to be punchier, but the stories were flatter. The characters used to use more witty quips; now I try to write them more naturally. I started the comic in my early 20s and I’ve changed pretty rapidly; I see it happening to the characters as well. Their motivations change, they learn (or fail to learn) from mistakes, they’re self-conscious about different things. They’re all a little more cynical about love."
    — An interview with Meredith Gran, creator of Octopus Pie. Via Newsarama.
     
     
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