Page 9 (issue 10 - Lucifer Sam) and page 29 (Halloween Special - Cluster One)

shastab24 on Oct. 12, 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 or PQ me on this site.
I've also started an IndieGoGo campaign to help me pay for artists for my projects.  Please go to the campaign site and donate some money.  I would appreciate it if you could give money.  There are some fun perks involved.  The site is here:
Also, Heroes Alliance, here on Drunk Duck, has begun uploading a story I wrote and many drew.  Sure, I drew more pages than anyone else, but there is some great art in it, too.  I wrote the story two years ago, so it's nice to see it finally going up.  It's updating daily and is epic in length.
Top page: I finally get to the incorporation of the name of the issue into it, without him actually saying it.  When I'd first had this idea, that being a demon in Hell was just one of the shifts an angel had to work from time to time, I knew I had to put it down on paper.  It's a simple concept, and one I'm surprised I haven't seen in the media out there.  Granted, it could be out there, but I'm saying I haven't run across it.
Bottom page: I know, this is only sort of related to the 2012 Halloween Cameo Caper.  However, Tempore's story in the Caper is done and I wanted to show him one last time–where he went and what was going on before (for people that haven't read the comments).This page ties into the goings-on in the upcoming issue 11, which is one I've been wanting to get to.  Not to mention issue 12, which I eagerly anticipate, which leads into issue 13, which will last a full year (nicely, all of 2013) and be this comic's storyline in the big crossover event.  Now, I could make the event not count as an issue number, but I would rather I did in this instance.
But I am definitely returning to Tyrion this month.  In fact, the rest of this month will be all Tyrion and my main superheroes.  That's what this special issue is about, really, anyways.