SARAH ROMANO DIEHL
Sarah Romano Diehl is a comics artist living in Seattle, WA. She's contributed to Hair Flip Comix, Seattle Weekly, Mutha Magazine, RESIST!, and made work for lots of various small press publications. Her work often reflects the humor and absurdity of life. A big appreciation for the natural world is often apparent in her work.
From Crust Til Dawn
From Crust Till Dawn is the 2nd issue of the Crust comic book series. It is a 48 page risographed book about a pizza delivery driver named Sydney. Sydney is part of a tight knit pizza family, and in this issue she has more delivery adventures and learns a bit about pulling her own weight around the shop.
The Secret Life of Plants
The Secret Life of Plants is a mini-comic of 28 pages. It is mostly 2 color rise printed book.
This mini-comic was inspired by Stevie Wonder's album Journey Through "The Secret Life of Plants", originally released on the Tamla Motown label on October 30, 1979
It is the soundtrack to the documentary The Secret Life of Plants, directed by Walon Green, which was based on the book of the same name by Peter Tompkins and Christopher Bird.
Journey Through "The Secret Life of Plants" was my favorite album when I was a kid. (Still is one of my favorites). It supposes, and points to evidence, that plants have a consciousness.
I Like Totally Know What You Did Last Summer
I Like Totally Know What You Did Last Summer is a comic written by Brandon Lehmann and drawn by me (Sarah Romano Diehl) riffing off of the movie I know What You Did Last Summer from the 90's. It's ridiculous, funny and so scary!!
Color cover and black and white interior.
All The Comforts of Being Alive
All The Comforts of Being Alive is a travel zine/comic about a trip I took in 2016 back to my college town Durango, CO. I was doing a little research and note taking for my semi-auto bio part fiction part nonfiction comic series: Crust. Much of the trip was about seeing friends and remembering the way that place feels.