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EssayBee on Nov. 9, 2009
Here's the cover for Issue #1 of Fusion.
at 10:20AM, Feb. 28, 2011
LlubNek--Well, it's sort of a visual gag. Fusion's striking the classic "Rosie the Riveter" pose, hence the "riveting" line.
Tolrick--Print copies of the first 2 issues are available at http://indyplanet.com (just search for Fusion). Materials for print run of 3rd issue just went out the door, so print copies of Issue #3 should be available sometime in March 2011.
at 8:24AM, Feb. 22, 2011
This is the image that brought me into this comic and I haven't looked back since.
Well, actually I have. I keep rereading the older pages. Can we get these issues in print form?
at 12:17PM, Nov. 4, 2010
I hope that's not a pun...
at 7:12AM, March 13, 2010
i'll read this
at 9:00PM, Feb. 25, 2010
at 12:41PM, Dec. 18, 2009
BTW, I really love your character design. Super hero comics seem to not work very well in webcomics, in most cases, but every now and then you stroll across something like this that actually works well. I think it's mostly because the super hero thing is pretty saturated in comics, but sometimes something fresh and new pops up. I'll be following this comic with great interest.