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Promise, page 25

2nd Nov 2012, 4:35 AM in Promise
Promise, page 25

Author Notes

Zomburai 2nd Nov 2012, 4:35 AM edit delete
Zomburai
Jesus, 25 pages into this story and characters are arguing about ethical issues. This comic is better than Ambien.

(Okay, seriously, though, there's a couple of specific reasons I included this scene, and I think the dialogue came out okay, but I think self-deprecation is funny, so...)

BIG NEWS! You'll remember that AngryRob handled the art chores on our introduction to Asuka... well, now I get to return the favor! I'll be taking over the drawing for a story arc in Rob's magnum opus Love Kills Slowly! (And the story arc opens with a page by friendly human Kristy! You must start reading it!)

Have a good weekend, everyone! Don't do anything I wouldn't do.


Comments


AngryRob 2nd Nov 2012, 6:34 AM edit delete reply
AngryRob
I don't know how you draw your comic, my comic, and have a job all at the same time. I guess zombies don't have to sleep.
Zomburai 2nd Nov 2012, 5:35 PM edit delete reply
Zomburai
Dear God, I would love not needing to sleep... o.o

And, well... work just dropped a shitload of overtime in my lap, so I don't know if EA's getting updated next week.

Hopefully it doesn't come to that!
Nightsky 2nd Nov 2012, 6:16 PM edit delete reply
Nightsky
A little hope can make all the difference. For some people, it's the only thing keeping them going. If they lose that hope, they will most likely succumb to the darkness and die.
KarToon12 3rd Nov 2012, 7:38 AM edit delete reply
KarToon12
Lilith has a good point; I would probably do the same thing if I were in her shoes. The more confident the person is at solving their problem, the better their chances are of actually beating it.
Zomburai 5th Nov 2012, 7:00 AM edit delete reply
Zomburai
@Nightsky and KarToon: I'm inclined to agree... though I think Rhine has a good point. If ever there was a time to talk about last wills and continuation of life procedures...

Which is a just a more involved way of saying: I'm glad I'm not a doctor.