Chap 2 Pg 46

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  1. Barn0wl

    You could always include the costume-piecing-together sequence as part of your next downloadable book? Just the thought.

    I LOVE Cleo’s expression in that last panel! I can see it going through her head how she’s been caught, she’s going to get sent back to her own time, the future is doomed. Not to mention how she won’t get to ride the super-cool Sphinx-bike! (I want one of those too!) Actually, her shocked look in the 2nd panel is great too. Excellent sequence Mike!

    • mike

      hey, thanks john. kinda quiet this week but i was really happy with this page. thanks for the kind words!

    • Barn0wl

      You’re very welcome! I am rather surprised at the lack of comments this week. I guess the holiday weekend may have kept people away from the ‘net for a few days. For me, it was just a regular weekend.

      Oh, and I sooooooo wanted to yell “w00t!!!! First post!!!!!”, but I restrained myself. LOL

  2. bon
    bon

    It probably just felt like a “calm before the storm” kind of page, so all of us just played along!

    Well, it’s a theory anyway. Personally, I’m just shallow, yet smart enough to realize I shouldn’t make it obvious with braindead commentary. Well, most of the time.

    • mike

      haha. yeah maybe that’s it. i love your guys’ commentary though. braindead or otherwise. ;)

      it did feel strange how quiet it was this week though. i was worried i ignorantly drew something insulting. or people simply don’t like wires and pipes dangling everywhere. hope that’s not the case! i love drawing wires and pipes dangling everywhere.

      • bon
        bon

        I don’t mind wires and pipes at all! Now that you’ve had me counting them though, I actually noticed something else.. Is that a dalek in the foreground of the first panel?

        • mike

          let’s just say it was heavily dalek influenced (although i was SOOO tempted to put a real one somewhere in there).

      • Barn0wl

        The wires & pipes really add to the setting. I liked them. As for insulting … don’t forget that Don Rickles (among others) made a very good career out of being insulting. :)

        • bon
          bon

          And if that does not pan out, Woody Allen made a career out of being neurotic. There’s options, still!

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