Watershed Blues

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Start from the beginning of this comic series here.

You can read the original, 1-page version of these last two pages here, which shows how the comic first appeared in The Leveller newspaper.

Watershed Blues

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In Ottawa, like the rest of the West, we've outsourced our production and pollution. So our rivers no longer run brown. So opportunistic weedtrees reclaim our industrial wastelands – squatting like hardy crustpunks, creeping along fencelines, and up abandoned rail tracks.

Start from the beginning of this comic series here.

Read the original version of this comic  here, if you want to see how it first appeared in The Leveller newspaper.