As I was stuffing the menu, Ron asked, "Aren't you worried someone is going to kick your ass?"
Well, as a matter of fact, yes. Particularly in the town of Forks, which had a much different reputation before the national media discovered this place. In the 1970s, we hitchhikers knew this was a town never to get stranded in.
Ron's question is a good one. This method of distributing Morty Comix could easily cross some legal/social boundaries if I am careless. Maybe I have even already crossed some. I am sure in some cases my distribution actions have been recorded by security cameras. But as we saw with Morty Comix # 2407 a security guy appeared to enjoy discovering the comic.
This is a blending of graphic and conceptual art. The rules of the game reveal themselves as we play. I'll try to be a bit more playful than those old Jack T. Chick comics I used to find in phone booths, but in many ways his method of distribution helped inspire me on this project.
If the old mailed Morty Comix drove completist collectors crazy, this new set, starting with Morty Comix # 2279, will be extra hard to find and I must say there is some satisfaction in that.
But at some point I'll stop and allow this certain slice of Morty Comix to be incredibly hard to collect and then move on to something else.