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Our Time in Eden

Our Time in Eden

A story of lost innocence, lost direction and lost hope.

Words by Gibson Twist
Pictures by Ben Steeves (Dangerface)
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Our Time in Eden

A story of lost innocence, lost direction and lost hope.

Words by Gibson Twist
Pictures by Ben Steeves (Dangerface)

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OH MY GOD ITS ANDY!!!!!!! XD
Onyxlight
February 18th, 2018
@dangerface: Thank you so much for answering me. *hugs* ^_^
DizzyMuse
January 23rd, 2018
@Chris:

Yeah, we've come full circle now. If you go back to the first pages of the story, you see her stumbling into this very scene.

I feel you tho. I'm both incredibly excited and also quietly dreading the next parts, afraid to hope.
dangerface
January 18th, 2018
@Onyxlight: Originally, before I started drawing the comic and I was sending Gibson character design sketches, I only had those marks on her face to show she'd lived a hard life. When it came time to start showing the progressive transformation of young Ellis into present Ellis, I did actively decide that the marks under her eyes would be the result of Joe's attack. Good catch!
Jado (Guest)
January 16th, 2018
@chris:

We already know she doesn't. At least, not here. No idea if she is going to die on Tim in his apartment. Can't wait to see, though.

This story is so awesome...
chris (Guest)
January 15th, 2018
don't let her die
please
Gibson Twist
January 6th, 2018
Once upon a time, when Our Time in Eden existed only as a prose novel, I passed around this chapter to a few people as a standalone short story to get some feedback. The last line of the novel version of the chapter then was "I think of you fondly, Tim, as I lay in the aisle, dying." This was the only time Tim's name was mentioned in the chapter, and I forgot to remove it from the short story, so nearly everyone came back immediately with "Who the fuck is Tim?" The one reader who had a different reaction was a friend named Tim who was very worried I had written him an elaborate suicide note.

I suppose everyone was too distracted at the time to notice the grammatical error, which is fixed here.
Onyxlight
December 25th, 2017
@Gibson Twist are the Marks on her face scars from the Joe attack or age and wear from the drugs and not taking care of herself?

I was hoping all would be clear to me as I reread this but it isn't. If those aren't scars I often wondered why she "was left too ugly" to dance again once she healed.
Onyxlight
December 12th, 2017
It's been a wonderful story, thank you both for sharing it with all of us ^_^
Onyxlight
December 12th, 2017
I cannot wait for the next five pages!
Just wanted to drop in and say how much I've enjoyed your work over the years, I'm really looking forward to the rest of the story.
jado (Guest)
December 12th, 2017
This story is amazing, the art is incredible, and I can't wait to see if they can find each other amidst all the scars. Not to be happy, but maybe to just be not miserable. Well done both of you
Gibson Twist
December 10th, 2017
Here we are.
chris (Guest)
December 3rd, 2017
great
this is great. i hope it doesn't end.
dangerface
December 1st, 2017
Since I first read Gibson's original script, this was one of the pages I was looking forward to the most, because I wanted Biz's death to be grotesque. My plan was to go full gore-porn on this shot. As we drew closer to actually making the page, though, it became apparent that it just would've been too much of a departure from the tone of the book. Ah well. I'm sure there are more zombie comics in my future.
MK_Wizard
November 30th, 2017
This scene was worth the wait. So much tragedy. And it embodies the end of Biz's downward spiral perfectly.
Stephen (Guest)
November 30th, 2017
Craziness
I love PoY, but the amount of absolute heart and emotion in this story is amazing.
Gibson Twist
November 30th, 2017
Ben and I went back and forth about how graphic to make this page. I think we each held different thoughts at different times, but I think at the end it was Ben who decided too much gore would be out of character for the story, and when he showed me his thumbnail for the page, I knew he was right. I still think he was right.
jado (Guest)
November 1st, 2017
Eden?
Did either of them ever have any time in anything that could be considered Eden? These poor kids are having terrible experiences - I hope they can see their way past these traumas and maybe find some peace with each other,

Love this story. It's haunting and beautiful and achingly sad. Well done all around.
Onyxlight
September 24th, 2017
I feel this has almost hit the point "where we came in" She looks like and is wearing what she stumbled into the church in, in the beginning if I am not mistaken.