Tuesday, July 14, 2015


     So have you heard already that there might be yet a third Harper Lee novel lurking in that mysterious vault in Monroeville?  Or possibly even fourth??  That vault seems to have the capacity of Hermione Granger's bottomless bag, doesn't it?  But here's an exclusive scoop the media hasn't gotten hold of yet: the vault also contained an fully authenticated Harper Lee graphic novel, carbon-dated to the year 1958, only a few years after the time when GO SET A WATCHMAN took place.
     That's right, folks.  Harper Lee wrote a graphic novel decades before the genre was thought to have been created.  And not only that - although I cannot reveal my sources, I have been given permission to share here an exclusive excerpt from this extremely rare and valuable manuscript.  Are you ready?  Okay then, here goes:

Don't forget, folks - you saw it here first. 


  1. Hahahahahaha! Hmmmm.... The paper sems to be amazingly well preserved. But anyway, maybe cartoons and graphic novels will get more respect.
    "Looking for spooks." Hahahahahaha!

    1. Oh, thank you, MIz B!! If (hypothetically) I had done the above drawings myself, I would be so tickled that a real artist like yourself likes them! But, of course, that's totally hypothetical, because, of course, Harper Lee did the drawings in 1958, and I am merely the humble vessel presenting them to the world.

  2. I'm not sure why this showed up in my inbox today, but it gave me a good laugh, which obviously it did the first tome I saw it too.
    How can my graphic novel compete with Harper Lee? I just don't know! Plus, I didn't remember that we had netflix back then.