by Winston Rowntree
We thought time travel was impossible, as we had never been visited by anyone from the future. What we didn’t know is that they’ve always been here, now, invisible. Watching us. They watch because they do not understand. In Watching, Winston Rowntree creates a compelling, poignant, frustrating tale of a visitor from the future, who discovers that watching is not the same as knowing, not the same as feeling, not the same as living. But he cannot stop himself. He cannot turn away. Winner of the Slate Book Review & Center for Cartoon Studies Cartoonist Studio Prize for Best Web Comic 2015.