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Long Way Down, page 41

6th Jul 2015, 6:22 AM in Long Way Down
Long Way Down, page 41

Author Notes

Zomburai 6th Jul 2015, 6:22 AM edit delete
Zomburai
Man, I did not think this page was going to get done in time.

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The timeline is a little fuzzy, here, as the groundbreaking for the World Trade Center project began a couple of years prior to the beginning of construction, which officially began in August of 1968 (we're still in May). Does foundation pouring count as part of the groundbreaking process? No idea.

The title of this chapter could have been "Research, but Not Enough" :P

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Hope all of my fellow American readers had a safe and happy 4th of July!

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That's all for this week, everyone! See you Monday!


Comments


KarToon12 6th Jul 2015, 8:43 AM edit delete reply
KarToon12
As weird as this sounds; really nice detail work on those buildings in the far right panel. :)

"Future site of world trade center..." That sign is so sad to see...:(
Zomburai 6th Jul 2015, 8:04 PM edit delete reply
Zomburai
If I'm being honest, those are best building facades I've ever drawn :D

Yeah, I came up with that bit in the writing stage ... it didn't occur to me that it would bring forth the feels drawing it.
Delta-v 7th Jul 2015, 10:55 PM edit delete reply
This development goes so many weird places--Sure is a good thing that weird places are par for the course around here. O.o
Zomburai 8th Jul 2015, 2:30 PM edit delete reply
Zomburai
Yeah, that's true! :P

I needed a way to get the compass off the table so convincingly that Nick wouldn't have the option of getting it back ... and if the compass is still around and in human possession after two or three millennia, I figured throwing it into a fire was not going to cut it.
kaay 28th Jan 2016, 4:35 AM edit delete reply
Way to not draw attention, Nick. Poor guy might think the action may have significance beyond creatively granting your late gram's last request regarding an old keepsake.
Zomburai 28th Jan 2016, 7:03 AM edit delete reply
Zomburai
I'm pretty sure the poor guy does.

Say, you don't think he might have ... ? >_>