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Comic 41 - When It's Wright... Page 27

10th Feb 2011, 8:00 PM in 1. When it's Wright...
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Author Notes:

10th Feb 2011, 8:00 PM
Adam C.
Sorry about the delay on this page! Comic Fury has been changing hosts, so new uploads were suspended during the process!

We've got enough pages already drawn for almost two months, but somehow I feel like we're really cutting it close to the wire and are in danger of falling behind. Just the way I'm wired, I guess.

But Martin's right, it was good to get back into action. ^^ Pity that by the end of this, we were so sick of it, and what few readers we have will be too.

I recall being really impressed when I did this comic, liking how the wide shots of the bank interior and exterior looked, but now that I look again, the stairs at the front of the book are terrible. Also, the security guard with the knife in the shoulder wasn't in the script, but added because I wanted to show why the guards there weren't stopping the robbery.

Kinda grusome, though. But me and Martin both agreed he survived, so don't worry!

Blue Bloods? What could it mean?!
12th Feb 2011, 1:29 PM
Martin F.
Oh, hey, action. It's been awhile - and it'll still be a little before the fighting starts, but things are moving now.

For the record, I didn't remember to mention this before but the Mr. Wright Power mentioned earlier - the huge guy seen here - is of no relation to Dorothy. Seriously, don't go looking for explanations or making wild theories, they just share a fairly common last name. Also a few examples of shared first names to be found down the line, but believe this is the only example of that. As for what happened there? Adam mistook the name Wight in his case for Wright and I decided to roll with it.

Also, now that I think about it, that graffiti in the first panel is odd, isn't it?