VERY YES. The best thing about that rapture craze is that many more people will have been introduced to Patrick Farley's work. Of his entire body of work, Apocamon has held up the best, I think.
'Apocamon' is not even finished, and it's based on a bad sequel.
'The guy I almost was' is the most thought-provoking of Farley's work.
"The Guy I Almost Was" is certainly one of my favorites, but I've enjoyed all of his comics. And even unfinished, I think Apocamon is hilarious. (You know, for a remake.)
You enjoyed "Delta thrives"? There's a reason it's not archived and currently unpublished.
Listen to whalesong much?
The remaining "Delta Thrives" Fantastic Four are still online. On the right, we have the seminally-titled "Two Whales Fucking." The illustration of the blue pills provides a suitable reinforcement of the emphasis on this proud moment. Bravo!
OMG, the fact that I'm talking about 'Delta thrives' is evidence that it's actually the most thought-provoking of Farley's work.
This is the first legitimate use for Flash I've ever seen. It's a real pisser you can't view it on the iPad. Perhaps El Jobso would relent if somebody sent him the link?
Pity Farley never got back to this, kickstarter or no. ;-/
I don't see the original "Spiders", but there's a "prologue" that I don't remember seeing before; maybe he's re-imagining that one?