He noted that with the national divorce rate rising, there are parents and kids who can probably relate to his title character, an 8-year-old quintessential underdog who lacks the latest toys or electronic gadgets."Gil is a very personal comic to me," Feuti said.
If you can’t find the answer to your question below, please contact us through the support form. A: Move your mouse over the comic image and click on the magnifying glass image to zoom in. Ensure you know the correct password for your Yahoo! If you are not 100% sure what that is, it is always a good idea to test it to make sure that the password you are thinking of is indeed the one you use for your Yahoo! So, open Safari and navigate to log in to your account.If you are already logged in, log out and try to log back in again to ensure that your password works.3. account to access the mail settings, and then tap Delete Account."People want to see a reflection and, chances are, if the reflection is something that rings through with their world, their life, their family and their friends, they can relate and laugh."The title character in "Gil" is an elementary school student, slightly portly and always picked last for sports, who lives with his mom.He would love a nuclear family because it would mean he'd have superpowers."Growing up in a single-parent family during America's first 'Great Recession' wasn't always easy, but I look back on my formative years fondly," said cartoonist Norm Feuti, who debuted "Gil" in January and has based it, partly, on his own experiences.