Understanding the spectrum – a comic strip explanation

By Rebecca Burgess

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Rebecca Burgess is a freelance comic artist and illustrator living in the UK. She has an interest in history and folk songs that runs through alot of her work. Her obsession with comics runs into her spare time, where she draws two webcomics! Rebecca also likes to play video games, explore the countryside and dress like a time traveler!

Rebecca’s tumblr where this comic was originally posted is here:

Archie is a character in a webcomic –

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