Page 6: issues 9 (Marooned) and Halloween Special (Cluster One)

shastab24 on Sept. 11, 2012

I'm putting together a crossover project for next year to run through multiple comics and hopefully benefit the Hero Initiative.  If you want to participate, e-mail me at karamesser@hotmail.com or PQ me on this site.
 
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Top page: So things are starting to add up to people, I would assume.  I finally named two of the characters, too!  Also, I was trying to show his hand indenting the fabric of the couch in panel 1, but it looks odd, I know.  Panel 2, that's supposed to be a puff of dry skin, but my poor drawing skills are not able to depict it well.  And yay, puking.  I don't generally want to show such stuff, but I did here, though I realize I could have had the same effect with an angle that didn't show it really.  Oh well, what's drawn is drawn.
 
Bottom page: I would have had the name of the coffee place be a parody of Starbucks, but I didn't want to do that this time.  Still, that is definitely a large building for a coffee shop.  One could assume they have a lot of customers, then.
Fractal mentions somebody in the sky because he sees Tempore up there.  He's used to spotting flying people, considering how many superheroes exist on his world.
Also, I wanted to mention: I deliberately played with panel design again.  It just seemed like a fun thing to do, and it makes for an interesting image.  Plus, Eiderdown actually points at the coffee mug marquee because of it, which emphasizes she wants the coffee itself, not caring so much who's selling it.  And she speaks Spanish at the end to alert anybody that uses her in a cameo that she does speak Spanish.  I'll try to have her use it more often, and Lao, because it really is a part of her character and I always forget to have her speak it.