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Drowning in the Wake, page 32

11th Nov 2013, 6:57 AM in Drowning in the Wake
Drowning in the Wake, page 32

Author Notes

Zomburai 11th Nov 2013, 6:57 AM edit delete
Zomburai
Getting near the end...

It's Veterans Day in the States! Go out and hug someone who's served!

We'll be back on Friday! The comic never rests!


Comments


Draginbeard 11th Nov 2013, 1:38 PM edit delete reply
Draginbeard
This has been a pretty darn good story. Seeing a pretty horrible guy begin to evolve into someone decent has been a good read.

Character growth FTW!

I served with some damn fine people. Happy Vets day guys.
Zomburai 11th Nov 2013, 3:41 PM edit delete reply
Zomburai
Not the easiest challenge I've ever given myself. Glad you liked it, man.

And thanks for your service.
starker_industries 12th Nov 2013, 4:11 AM edit delete reply
starker_industries
Yeah, I knew he wasn't a *complete* arse all along (rubs upper lip suspiciously) ...
Seriously, though, way to stretch yourself as an artist and storyteller!
Zomburai 12th Nov 2013, 7:26 AM edit delete reply
Zomburai
Thanks, Starker!

If you want to challenge yourself as an artist, try to make a story full of talking heads interesting... :P
starker_industries 15th Nov 2013, 3:28 AM edit delete reply
starker_industries
LOL, agreed. In my humble opinion though, you've managed to pull it off. Creative camera work, attention to detail, and well thought-out dialogue make the stretches between action scenes worthwhile.