One of my favorite things about working on Dysfunction Junction with Penchan
almost a decade ago, was just how absurd the humor sometimes got. When I moved on to Romanian Gothique I went for more reserved comedy, and in hindsight, I feel that was a mistake. As that comic became less and less of a comedy, and at one point becoming a genuine tragedy. I seek to avoid doing that with Mysterious Missouri. Granted a character or two might have a tragic detail in their past, but I'm not gonna let that be what drives the story. I think RG turned out the way it did, because I didn't believe you could have an absurd plot that had layers to it, but I stand corrected.