I made a webcomic remixing one of Jerry Moriarty's brilliant Jack Survives comics. It's a two-panel strip that was published in the Ben Katchor-edited Picture Story #2, which is my new favorite comics anthology of all time. Rather than being printed one panel after the other this comic is printed on the inside front and inside back covers of the magazine, making simultaneous viewing of both pictures impossible. Instead, you have to flip the pages of the magazine back and forth to engage with the piece as a comic and not two individual pictures. I like the idea of putting the element of sequence completely in the reader's hands, and I thought it would be interesting to make a digital version of the comic, effectively separating the images by posting them on different pages and forcing the reader to click on a link (the internet version of "turning the page") to complete the comic. So that's what I did, and then I wrote a little essay about Moriarty's piece, bookended by a little essay on sequencing that the artist himself wrote for the same issue of Picture Story. Check the whole thing out right here.