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4.62 / 5.00

Sep 29, 2009 | 7:34 PM EDT
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789 x 1200 px
646.8 kb
  • Monthly 3rd Place September 2009
  • Weekly 2nd Place 09 30, 2009
  • Daily Feature 09 30, 2009
  • Frontpaged September 29, 2009

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Good and also cool.

You misspelt lonely. You effed up, you monster. How could you.

This is cool, I like how you put the forest backdrop behind the panels instead of leaving it white or a solid color. The backgrounds are really pretty and nice but the characters aren't as tight as I've come to expect from your other work. That's all nitpicking though, top notch as usual.

And hey listen here bud you can't spam my AIM s/n that you pulled from the e-mail I sent you way back without actually responding to the e-mail. Homie don't play that.

I'm still gonna click 'em but homie don't play that.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


Awesome, like the movie too.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


this mite just be a glitch but it says 6.34/5.00 ??????

nice btw!!!


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Kind of boring composition.

All in all, I like the muted color backgrounds, where you got rid of the black borders, creates a sharp contrast, but over all this doesn't feel strong at all.

For example, Dr. Fetus' head in the 4th panel, suddenly turns into a small round blob of a body, not holding shape at all or consistency. In the 5th panel, lonely is spelled incorrectly as well.

Your second panel forest clearly shows that you just are using a screen shot background with in game assets or old art, since the trees are repeating, meaning you couldn't be bothered to draw a separate set for this panel. While in a game, this general works because the user is focused on motion on screen, going into static shots, these things become much more apparent.

I enjoy your work consistently, but this has to be one of the pieces that could really do with a little extra time on the drawing board.

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Rated 3 / 5 stars


the images are amazing, but the writing is basic and lacks depth.