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17 hours ago
@Travelingpooch: accent? what accent? he talks like me mates.
The irony here is that Maxwell totally dominates Avery's world. Yes, he literally lives in his head, but he shapes his behaviour and experience of the world as well. He's separated from friends and family for their safety, but he's separated from his sense of self and positive relationships as well. He is slowly becoming a mirror of Maxwell, a sadist who uses masochism to torment his inner dom. Just how twisted is that?
His name is Evilry.
i admire her fight.
Exquisite lighting here. The sky through the bare branches is really well done.
Is that the look of love at first sight?
You do a great job with Jack’s expressions here. Bland in the first panel. That divot in the forehead to show his concentration then the ‘whatever can you mean’ expression at the end.
An update here is always a gift. Just be as kind to yourself as you are to us.
September 28th, 2019
That imagery is spectacular. You give us a sense of mathematics and orbital mechanics in the ripples on the lake and the vast scale of space in the reflection. Beautifully composed and drawn.
September 27th, 2019
When it’s easier to admit you’re dating a demon than that you’re dating a guy.
Lain’s expressions make this page. I love that she’s more excited than Briggs is.
September 21st, 2019
This is an exquisite page. It tells us everything in their stance and expression. But the colour has kept me staring at it for the last five minutes. The contrast between bright and muted tones; Mike’s muted red to complement Luke’s bright green. The luminous space between them and the blue colour shift into the background of the night. They all make the moment magical.
September 17th, 2019
This casual affection is, erm, touching.
You’ve done a great job with the facial expressions in every panel on this page. I particularly like the concentration in the last panel with the brows knotted and the hard line of the mouth. It conveys that Jack doesn’t like this but can’t work out why.
September 4th, 2019
That kitchen. Cort is clearly coming to terms with living on his own (or not). It makes me wonder if Ian is more shocked by Harvey being in prison as what may be moving amongst the dishes in the sink.

And then there is the ring on the third finger of her left hand. Looks like Harvey took care of a lot of personal business.
I enjoy the story, but living comes first. Hopefully the comic will help you balance the difficult emotions that come while watching someone suffer when you can do so little. But let it be that, a balance to lighten the load, not a weight added to it.
September 3rd, 2019
The lemon is a truly brilliant touch.
I’d say Lain has made up her mind if Aya gets the pizza vote after passing the ice cream test.
August 30th, 2019
This is such a compositionally beautiful page: We have Cali moving from dark to light and Harvey moving from light to dark; Cail’s panels get larger while Harvey’s get smaller; Cail literally steps out of the panel border while Harvey disappears in the one before. The imagery echoes the change as well, with the bars of the jail cell echoed in the curtains and the background for Harvey’s panels and with Cail energetically putting his jacket on while Harvey’s hands tremble. The text tells us something, but it’s the art that gives humanity to the words.
I admire the sentiment, but they are in no condition to fight. Battle, forced march through the desert. These folks need rest.