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Comic 601 - The DeKalb County Public Access Halloween Special, Page 56

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Author Notes:

28th May 2017, 11:00 PM
Adam C.
This page goes up on my birthday! Every year on my birthday, hell-on-Earth arrives! Hurray!

Yeah, the script for this said "All Hell breaks loose" and just instructed me to go crazy with every fucked-up thing I could think of. So here we are..... I actually remember regretting just how many empty place where was in this comic, but it worked out because I'd forgotten just how much dialog Blasko had. Honestly, while Glory was cool I remembered feeling weird having much of the climax be against her and not Blasko after building him up so much. After just one page of Blasko, I think we might've gotten gypped because holy shit.

Go back and look at every shot of Blasko; we've never seen below his waist. Now look closely at this panel. Turns out he's had cloven hooves this whole time! Who knew? Yeah, we never really get a chance to draw Satanic imagery, so was kinda jumping at the chance for it here. ^^
28th May 2017, 11:07 PM
Martin F.
Yeeeeah, this might be a little bit of an anticlimax, but given the structure of things - given things have turned over to the basement where the candles are thus there's no reason to actually need to go to the set to confront Blasko - and the nature of what we've seen of his abilities, I couldn't really see a way to do a satisfying showdown with Blasko to really blow that whole arc off and make for a huge climax. So instead just decided screw it, go all out and insane for a few panels and let Glory serve as the real fight for the chapter. Especially given by this point I was really wanting to hurry up and wrap the chapter up because yeah, this one's gone on much too long. Not too long left to go in it now, by the way.

Had a lot of fun with doing that though, even if this page was quite time-consuming to do. Just fun getting the parade of random monsters and freaky-looking things, and it's probably more insane in this brief glimpse than we could have done over an extended period so there is that to it.

Come on, grandson guy, you've got a living 1920s cartoon character standing right next to you. Can't you at least pay it the slightest bit of mind? What on earth are the odds you'll ever, ever be in this situation again?


28th May 2017, 11:26 PM
Happy Birthday Adam! This is such a weird page, wonder what's going to happen next.
30th May 2017, 12:41 PM
Adam C.
Awww.... Thanks a lot. ^^