That’s possibly one of the greatest cliffhanger-cliffhangers i’ve seen so far!
Top 5 atleast!
I´m eager to read his intentions to save them.
The daughter of course should now flee the scene if she´s clever – better defeat them sperated than get slain by them all together.
The father himself can now claim a favour, we´ll see what kind of service.
A little odd is the flash of the explosion – maybe if the light would shine through the clothes more would make it more believable. It seems you made it i.e. at the pants, but little too less criss-crossed. And the clothes are not blown into direction.
Well, just my impression
“Why are you being such a meany-head daddy? Why are you stopping me from killing mommy and her bad friend who want to take away my pretty jewelry?”
Dragonson – Thanks! I appreciate making that list.
Faber Draconis – Thanks for stopping by. Jon has a plan and agenda that will slowly be resolved over the next few issues. As for the art, I agree. The panel gave me all sorts of problems and I’ll try to learn from your suggestions.
Lunaroki – LOL. That pretty much sums it up, more or less.
This is sooo WIN!
I’m definitely enjoying the old school feel here. And the word play makes it so much more brilliant. :D. I look forward to more.
If he let her die, the world were simply rid of an attention-deficit who can’t sit still for 5 minutes to hear a discourse on the Truth.
Elee – Thanks for stopping by. I appreciate the feedback.
~Al – You could be right. It’s not for me to say. But I’m glad the characters are getting a reaction from you. Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment.
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