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Drowning in the Wake, page 18

2nd Sep 2013, 1:28 PM in Drowning in the Wake
Drowning in the Wake, page 18

Author Notes

Zomburai 2nd Sep 2013, 1:28 PM edit delete
Zomburai
No good deed goes unpunished. We can all hope Isaiah becomes the exception to that.

Hopefully my American compatriots are reading this update late because they're enjoying a rock awesome day off, barbequing or camping or swimming or golfing or acting like it's the First of May [/JonathanCoultonjokes]!

Happy Labor Day, all!
Zomburai 2nd Sep 2013, 1:36 PM edit delete
Zomburai
In case you missed the announcement on Friday's update...

BIG NEWS! The biggest news!

After "Drowning in the Wake" has run its course and Rich Vorlov's story has come to its end, Chapter 6: "Acting Out" will begin, and it's bringing a very special guest artist along with it--

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Skrael, artist of the dearly departed The Other Grey Meat, will be drawing the story arc explaining how Lilith joined the Agency!


Comments


Draginbeard 2nd Sep 2013, 1:40 PM edit delete reply
Draginbeard
I really like where this story is going, and the dialog is just excellent.
Zomburai 2nd Sep 2013, 1:58 PM edit delete reply
Zomburai
Thanks, Dragin! :D Glad you're enjoying it. Dialogue is like the hardest thing for me. It's even tougher than drawing restaurants. ;)
Nightsky 2nd Sep 2013, 1:56 PM edit delete reply
Nightsky
Well, looks like the people in glasses that don't reflect may be appearing sooner than expected...

Also, SKRAEL IS STILL DRAWING YESYESYESYES!! :D (Sorry, I have to fangirl every time I see that drawing. It's just so nice to know she'll finally be drawing something else again.)
Zomburai 2nd Sep 2013, 1:59 PM edit delete reply
Zomburai
I pretty much fangirl every time I get a page back from Chapter 6, so I know how you feel...

And I can neither confirm nor deny the presence of the Society in this arc, Senator, as it may endanger our agents in the field.