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Comic 275 - A Time For Work, Page 7

19th May 2013, 11:00 PM in 9. A Time For Work
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Author Notes:

19th May 2013, 11:00 PM
Martin F.
And this wraps up this segment, and will be the last time we see O'Hara for the next five or six pages. The 250th page is next week and will have the first time Alex and John will be meeting since the events in the prologue, so be sure to swing by.

So yeah, this wraps this scene up! Quite enjoyed writing this sequence, good getting to see what O'Hara's like a bit more thoroughly, particularly in just how she goes about getting back at those who annoy her, however slightly or accidentally. When next we see her, we'll be getting a lengthy segment of her as she is in front of her followers which was also quite interesting to write and hopefully will also be to read.

Hope everyone enjoys, and we'll see you next Monday for the 250th page!
20th May 2013, 10:53 AM
Adam C.
Yeah, very happy this scene made it in; it wasn't just that she got payback at the boys, but how she did it that impressed me. Plus the fact that it was such a minor transgression.... I think you could argue that it wasn't even because of the mud; she just did it because she could.

At one point, Martin considered having McShay, that's the bodyguard there, mention how petty it was, only for O'Hara to shrug and say that they'd probably forget it and make up, being kids, but he decided not to include it. Prefer it this way; makes her seem that much more uncaring. I'll probably work them into the background in a future chapter playing or something to show that they're okay.

Not a terrible amount of stuff to say on this otherwise, though am happy with this little sequence. Hard to think we've got a month's worth of pages saved up and drawn after this; even with the schedule change, feels like it's way less.

Comments:

20th May 2013, 1:43 PM
O'Hara is an extremely evil woman, even if they're going to be okay they probably won't stop hitting each other until their mom and dad notice they're fighting and then they'll get scolded for taking advice from a stranger, but there is a lesson to be learned from that.
21st May 2013, 7:46 PM
Martin F.
Yeah, sure to cause some problems even despite the argument itself likely being swiftly forgotten. As for O'Hara... Yeah, she's not exactly a nice woman to say the least.