Welcome to TRASHED: THE WEBCOMIC, my first foray into a web-only feature.
This is a tale of a shit job. Literally. I first detailed my experiences as a garbageman eight years ago in my second graphic novel, the Eisner-nominated TRASHED. But there were tales left to tell and I always felt I'd return to it someday. Now I have.
TRASHED: THE WEBCOMIC is not really a memoir, like the original TRASHED. It's based on truth, but I've added fictional characters and situations. It didn't really happen but, trust me, it's all too real.
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