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karl c. krumpholz
In this week's collection of THE LIGHTHOUSE IN THE CITY, Karl observes memorials and toppled signs, reminisces about the past and the companionship of cold and loneliness.
In this week's roundup of THE LIGHTHOUSE IN THE CITY, Karl visits a bar, tries to take up meditation, and celebrates 100 days in quarantine. Yay?
In our second set of comics from Karl C. Krumpholz's ongoing serial THE LIGHTHOUSE IN THE CITY this week, Karl and Kelly slowly venture out into the world... with mixed results.
Since we took a week off last week, we'll have two installations of Karl C. Krumpholz's The Lighthouse in The City. This week, Karl encounters the antiracist, anti-police protests in Denver, and deals with the constant drone of helicopter blades.
A lot is happening in this week's THE LIGHTHOUSE IN THE CITY, as Karl and Kelly do more Zoom calls and Karl starts to document the anti-police violence protests.
In this week's collection of THE LIGHTHOUSE IN THE CITY, Kelly and Karl say goodbye to an old friend.
In this week's collection of The Lighthouse in The City, Karl gets a case of COVID-induced paranoia. PLUS! Thoughts on getting out and smelling the ozone, the blankness of existence in isolation, and creepy hugs.
In this week's collection of The Lighthouse in The City, Karl examines his neighborhood's shuttered streets, deals with an Olive Garden knucklehead, revisits The Howling, and overhears a conference call.
In this week's installment of THE LIGHTHOUSE IN THE CITY, Karl hears the heartbeat of the city, recaps the current COVID-19 status, and considers time dilation.
In this week's The Lighthouse in The City, Karl considers the nature of communication, the foolishness of people, and celebrates the Golden Age of No Awkward Personal Contact.
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