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Comic 359 - Red, White, and Blue, Page 19

7th Sep 2014, 11:00 PM in 11. Red, White, and Blue
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Author Notes:

7th Sep 2014, 11:00 PM
Martin F.
bluebloodheroes.thecomicseries.com/comics/229

Bam, cross-webcomic foreshadowing, baby! I'd have kind of preferred had Adam not mentioned that it was in the comments on that page though, probably made it a little more predictable it was going somewhere. Still, woo!

And we've got Arc's name being used in-story while we're at it. Yeah, fight's over at this point, it's pretty much all talking to the end of the chapter at this point. Though really only the next couple of pages are all that heavy on dialogue, the rest is just kind of spaced out as it needs to be and it does cut between a few different scenes.

Anyway, yeah. Obviously this is leading into an explanation on who exactly Arc is and what he's looking to accomplish, and I hope everyone will enjoy that.

Also! Alex's line in the fifth panel is a reference to When it Rains by the Eli Young Band. Adam and I see it as kind of a character song for Alex so I've been wanting to work in a nod to it in-story for awhile.
8th Sep 2014, 1:56 AM
Adam C.
Well, it was a while back, sure most folks forgot about it. ^^

Not sure how much I have to say about this page, though. pose work was still awkward, but enjoyed it enough when it was done with. Also with all the concrete you can see more of the texturing we've been starting to put on there.

.....

Know this is reaching, but totally agree with Alex on the news; due to the 24-hour cycle, CNN, Fox, and the like are populated by perpetually-talking, sensationalist douchebags trying to make every single thing sound important to tide over the time until something genuinely worth talking about happens.

Comments:

8th Sep 2014, 2:08 AM
Arc seems to be handling his injury pretty well, looking forward to learning what he has to say.