#2, Pg. 15 | Ken Doll Genitals

#2, Pg. 15 | Ken Doll Genitals

August 3, 2012 in Issue 2
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Oberon, Lord of the Faeries. And Julia's dad. Hence, she calls him "Lord Daddy", and he calls her "child". Time to get SHAKESPEAREAN up in this joint, yo.


So, I'm getting married on Sunday. This would have been up sooner, but the bride's family is all a-twitter over what is the simplest ceremony since the one in Braveheart. That's not the only reason this is horribly late, but it is one of the many reasons.

Honeymoon next week - probably just one update. I will try to draw the next page today (it's VERY simple), but I won't have a new page up next Wednesday. Will try to draw another (simple) page next Thursday/Friday/Saturday to post Sunday.

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DocSavage 18th Oct 2013, 3:01 PM
This page is a <b>very</b> sudden shift from the page before it and the dialog on it is hard to follow. I had to look at panel 3 several times before I realized the "amusing" comment referred to a gunshot. Far too much going on with absolutely no lead in but so far I'm enjoying the story.
Caley Tibbittz Collopy 18th Oct 2013, 3:41 PM
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They're supposed to have been struck by Oberon's lightning on the previous page and crash-landed...

I got too artsy with the previous page, and the transition's not clear at all. Probably the worst storytelling in the whole project, and definitely something I'm going to my best to rectify before going to print.

The "amusing" line actually refers to James' spike breaking on Oberon's chest, but it's visually hard to relate the cause and effect, as it were. Probably needs an edit of some kind there as well.

I'm going to address these and a few other storytelling concerns during my upcoming break between issues (when you get to the collage pages that don't work in issue #3, don't worry, I'm going to fix those too).

Anyway. I'm glad you're enjoying the story overall and actually READING it. I love readers.
Lt. Locust 22nd Dec 2013, 7:32 AM
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I found the page a little difficult as well, because in the last page it was very cute with them flying and kissing, but now suddenly there's two people standing with them. I makes lots more sense now that I know they were struck my lightening and crashed on the ground. The art is beautiful, but sometimes the transitions are hard to follow.
Caley Tibbittz Collopy 22nd Dec 2013, 3:06 PM
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I'm gonna put Oberon's hand/finger at the start end of the lightning on the previous page, along with a loudly spoken "NO." That should help.