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3D Glasses at 9:20AM, April 18, 2010
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Project GTH - I like it!

The writing is always interesting, there's never a wall of text that many comic writers have trouble with.

The drawings do seem a little pixellated and sketchy. If you draw your comic bigger, then shrink it down to post on the internet, the lines will look a lot better.

But a very cool comic nonetheless. Go read it people!
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Genejoke at 5:49AM, April 19, 2010
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the gag is alright by itself but the character expressions and poses really bring it to life.

http://www.drunkduck.com/Malefic/?p=692261
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TheMidge28 at 3:23PM, April 19, 2010
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like the illustrations but would love for you move away from the color pencils and go digital or hand letter the page intead of inserting the text digitally.
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Fitz at 4:42PM, April 19, 2010
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Since the first time that I came across BloodHound, Midge has progressed from awesome to amazing. The new version's looking great so far. It's got action, thrill - and great colors!
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Dave7 at 5:42PM, April 19, 2010
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Chomp's jokes are short, simple, and to-the-point. But they're done in a way that really works, which is hard to do with “bite-sized” humor (or at least done well). I especially like the pages parodying the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
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Doctor Shadow at 2:13AM, April 20, 2010
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All Saints: I have to say that I love this style, and the shading is excellent. I absolutely love the last few updates too, the action is spot on.
A Ronin writer, a masterless samurai of the written word…
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Genejoke at 7:48AM, May 1, 2010
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Nice heavy inks, and a great teaser for what is coming next.


http://www.drunkduck.com/Malefic/

Beginning of chapter three.
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Rainwolf95 at 8:13AM, May 3, 2010
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I love it, the writing is well done, the art is great, everything about it.

http://www.drunkduck.com/Half_as_Bad_as_You/
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Hunchdebunch at 6:11AM, May 30, 2010
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Half As Bad As You: I like your drawing style, and also the downwards flow of the comic makes it really easy to read :)
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Asbin at 7:23PM, June 16, 2010
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Not sure which one i was supposed to check out, so I just picked the door. It's got a ver cheerful environment to it. Maybe a little shading would make it better, but not that much. But all the same, a really enjoyable read
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Dave7 at 8:16PM, June 16, 2010
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After reading through Project GTH, I can say that since that after finishing the second chapter, you've been steadily improving your art style; giving it a more refined look. And the artwork itself is neither too simplistic nor over-detailed, but seems to have found a rather nice balance in between.
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Mondo_Funky at 7:55AM, June 27, 2010
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I really like your use of negative space, and I'm a sucker for first-person narration. Nice monster design, too.
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tiki_carol at 8:14PM, July 8, 2010
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Mondo_Funky, You are a master of wordsmithmanship. Awesomataz is actually a funny read making me laugh often. Brilliant concept too!
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Byth1 at 3:55PM, July 13, 2010
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I like the Art in randy, especially the newer pages.
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Hunchdebunch at 8:46AM, July 19, 2010
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I like the bright colours and the effects in The Legends; especially the water and motion effects! :D
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Katch at 4:35PM, July 20, 2010
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Quest for Zanvadas has a lot of movement in it, i see a real improvement with how you're trying different poses and angles for things. I love the emotion in the last couple pages ^^ good job~!!
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VitaminHeart at 6:21PM, July 24, 2010
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I adore the art style of Revenge Addict, and find the story really intriguing. It's really interesting how it manages to create a character so full of resentment but still make you empathize with them on some level.

 
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Hunchdebunch at 10:23AM, Aug. 3, 2010
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The Gifted War has unusual but creative layouts, and the art style itself is cool too! It's really nice to see something that doesn't conform to everything I expect to see in a comic :)
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Ryuthehedgewolf at 12:44PM, Aug. 3, 2010
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Last of the Wilds: has some really nice looking character designs (I might just be saying that because I also draw anthros~), but the poses are really nice, and I respect that.

Quest for Zanvadas: I personally like this comic better. The colors seem a lot brighter, and there's more to it. I also feel a lot more emotion in this one, and I believe with the way you've been doing the pages (the thought bubbles, if they are considered bubbles) just blend perfectly with the mood. The cartoony style and the story make for a nice read. I might just have to keep an eye on this one.
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Plague Doctor at 2:36PM, Aug. 8, 2010
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Ryus Crew and Insight-wow…love the grundge-graffiti style you have going in there.
You are very good at coloring and for markers it looks suprisingly clean.
Character design is unique and poses are very dynamic.
And sound effects are nicely lettered and work very effectivly.

For Greater Justice-the art is cute and coloring is clean and pleasent.I liked the close-up of the brown-haired kid.And the humor is really funny
^^ nice work
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Abt_Nihil at 8:19AM, Aug. 11, 2010
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“Lazzaro and Mongo” is like a treasure lifted from the collective unconscious of every artist who was productive during the 1920s or 1930s, with a cartoon twist - Floyd Gottfredson comes to mind. If comics were blankets, this is the one I would wrap myself in.
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Tantz Aerine at 2:01PM, Aug. 11, 2010
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Good gracious! When you say Bombshell you mean it!

I love the warm colours, the breathtaking cityscapes and camera angles, everything works excellently to give it a retro look that just makes the humor stand out all the more :)

All in all, it's got pretty much everything!

Oh, and boobs for the boys. :lol:



(please click on Without Moonlight, not Wolf for this one)
 
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Doctor Shadow at 6:12AM, Aug. 12, 2010
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Without Moonlight, I like the shading on the comic here. The story seems pretty cool so far :)
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Updating: Thursdays. Now in glorious Ink Wash and Water Soluble Pencil! Reva's note: This is not created digitally, it's all hand drawn and inked.
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Byth1 at 6:14PM, Aug. 13, 2010
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I like how The Chronicles of Wyrden has a very Victorian style to the art and dialog. I'm also a sucker for good pencil art.!
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Warpedwenger at 8:55PM, Aug. 16, 2010
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Good drama in the last panel of your current page. It's always good to have something really exciting happen on the last panel so your reader will be left wanting more.
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JazylH at 4:54AM, Aug. 23, 2010
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Fruitloop's got me hooked !

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Net at 9:36AM, Sept. 3, 2010
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The artwork in The Beast Legion is quite nice and eye catching. Not *TOO* much is happening on the current page, just a war about to start… I'll have to switch back a few pages to get caught up to what's going on.

Side note: Not sure why, and yours isn't the only comic that does this. But when I go to

http://www.drunkduck.com/The_Beast_Legion/index.php

It shows me the comic where he's sending away the woman and child… and if I click “Latest page”, it goes to the one where he says “Everyone, on my signal!” But then, when I go BACK to the link above, now the page is the same as the one on the “latest page.”

I know it's not a cache issue, because as I've never read this comic before, it'd be impossible for the woman and child page to be in there. :) As I also said, it's not unique to this comic. Anyhoo, I like what I see so far! :D

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Doctor Shadow at 9:02AM, Sept. 6, 2010
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Tales of the Traveling Gnome: I've been a fan of this for quite a while, the colour work is excellent, the line work is great, the pacing and story are extremely well done. It's a great comic.
A Ronin writer, a masterless samurai of the written word…
http://www.drunkduck.com/The_Chronicles_of_Wyrden/
Updating: Thursdays. Now in glorious Ink Wash and Water Soluble Pencil! Reva's note: This is not created digitally, it's all hand drawn and inked.
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Genejoke at 2:01PM, Sept. 9, 2010
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Everyone compliments the hand drawn art, for good reason.

I however will be different and compliment the writing, it's good!

Job done.












Okay that's mean, the writing IS good as I said but what makes it work is the well thought out setting and mysterious characters.

I offer up the hero factor for this one.
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Dustbunny studios at 8:29AM, Sept. 29, 2010
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@Genejoke:

In Malefic I am loving the giant dragon beasty :D and now that this latest page has caught my attention I defo want to go back and read the whole thing :D
Desolate Ceremony:
Desolate: Meaning: alone: solitary, joyless, and without hope. Empty:bare, uninhabited, and deserted
Cermony: Meaning: Ritual for formal occasion: a formal event to celebrate or solemnize something, e.g. a wedding, an official opening, or an anniversary
Desolate Ceremony: A celebration without Hope or Joy, where a world will be caused to be deserted and bare. In other words, an apocalypse.
http://www.drunkduck.com/DesolateCeremony/
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