Jennifer Oak hated her old town, she had no friends, and there was virtually nothing to do.
But at least it was normal.
Now she must contend with otherworldly neighbors and classmates and if she isn't careful she might end up enjoying herself.
During high school, while purgatory was still gestating I was looking for other stuff to work. One day in math class I saw some of Shiolily's artwork in her notebook and got inspired, so I asked her if she wanted to do a comic and she said yes.
We settled on the idea of a normal family moving to a beach town full of otherworldly creatures.
After about a year or so of work, things started slowing down and we found less and less time to work on Glengrove. Then ,while cleaning out my computer, I found Glengrove again, and I felt a modicum of pride in our work. While not perfect and very unfinished, It was definitely a milestone in our journey as creators, and I'm glad I got to take it with her. So read away, I hope you enjoy it.
(They're not all here, some are super lame and I'm sparing you, others are lost to time.)
Check out Shiolily by clicking on the judgmental Starduster.