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Jul 7, 2010 | 7:04 PM EDT

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This is part 2 go watch part 1 first http://www.newgrounds.com /portal/view/541561

My first comic project of this length, It was done within 5 weeks and I didn't wanna do anything too over the top. Don't take the whole thing seriously and if youre looking for something deep or meaningful you wont find it.
It is what it is, I hope some may enjoy it.

Cause of the file size it had to be divided in 2 parts.

Warning: Contains Cartoon Porn, if you are easily offended by that you shouldn't look through it!

-Shadman

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Celx-RequinCelx-Requin

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Missed the mark big time...

Well as usual you display a fresh and fantastic artstyle, and scorps programming on the comic wasn't bad, although I would have liked some music...

On a technical level the comic is pretty good, but the story and writing seemed too nihilistic and disingenuous for my tastes...

These things would be fine if the point of the comic was only to serve as pornography, which doesn't require any real substance aside from anything that will further the fetishism intrinsic to pornography.

However the pornographic panels in the comic are outnumbered by the non-pornographic panels. Which means either one of two things, you either intended this to be a legitimate comic, or you added additional content so you wouldn't be viewed as a scummy pervert.

The Marquis quote at the beginning of the comic seems to point towards the former... That's where I feel the flaw in this comic lays, it's doesn't seem to be meant as pornography, so it's supposed to carry a message, and the message it gives off is both ostentatious, and pernicious.

The character is so unlikable, and his reasons for doing what he did, were selfish and disgusting, and maybe that's what you wanted to convey, these acts are committed by petty people.

On the other hand It also seems like you wanted to bring understanding as to why people go postal and commit atrocious acts, and used "being pushed too far" as the reason. That's the part I have the most difficulty with, I mean people everywhere deal with a shitload of stress, certainly more stress than this individual, and they don't go postal.

The idea that this individual's crimes are due to the harassment he received from his co-worker, and the frustration he felt at home seems mendacious. There were so many better options available to deal with his problems, instead he resorted to the most extreme.

At worst, you may have wanted to impart the idea that fucked up shit just happens, but that wouldn't really work because everything has a cause, and the cause you point towards is illogical.

Perhaps if you took the time to flesh out his situation more, his actions would have more context, and the story would work as a cautionary tale, or at least a critique on suburban life.

Fuck man even if you didn't give any explanation for his actions, and decided instead to focus solely on the aftermath of his actions, that would have serious potential be a damn fine story.

The only legitimate lesson one could really take with them after reading your comic is repulsive people commit repugnant crimes, but after that what?

It seemed like you wanted to say more but couldn't get all the plot points to tie together nicely, which is a shame.

On that note I've noticed you tend to quote Sade in your work often, While Sade is synonyms with "sadism" (after all his name did spawn the word). I feel it's important to say he wasn't really all that sadistic.

He never killed anyone outside of war, while he was a judge he released many prisoners sentenced to die.

Most importantly his work while unbelievably violent and graphic, was also satirical and had a feminist slate, women and men both commit despicable acts hence marking them as equal.

I mean in the "120 days of Sodom" when Augusta was killed during the "murderous passions" portion of the book her vagina and anus where cut into one, which her father then proceeded to penetrate, signifying the underlying theme that man and woman are really the same.

Another myth about Sade is he was a nihilistic person, which again isn't true, and one of his last pieces he wrote before he died titled the "priest and the prisoner" (I think...), anyway while he discussed his hatred of religion, he also mentioned the beauty he found in nature, and his belief that only man is responsible for his own
actions.

Point being Sade isn't really a good person to quote on a comic that comes off as misogynistic, and nihilistic, you should have picked someone like Hitler, Stalin, or Sadam instead.

Sincerely,
- Celx Requin



LaurapaloozaLaurapalooza

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Everything about it was subpar.

At best.

Don't even know why I'm giving it such a high score. Zero seems harsh, so have half of ten.



kevinspacewolofkevinspacewolof

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

its everthing u want in a comic

action, sex, and a black cop



Qmoney12345Qmoney12345

Rated 2 / 5 stars

good

alright man



andy9306andy9306

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Meh

The artwork was decent enough but I really couldn't look past the ridiculousness that was the door. If the door opens inwards, putting something through the door handle on the inside will not do anything. At all. It made no sense and ruined the entire scenario because the scenario should not have been happening. There was no physical barrier between the guard and the interior of the washroom. So that did a lot to negatively effect the score I have it.

As for plot it was, well, a bit lacking. Not to the point of penalty but "guy goes crazy and does crazy shit" needs to be done creatively to be entertaining these days.

The whole "it was really a dream" bit is the only positive feature of the comic in my opinion. Which is actually pretty interesting because my reaction to such situations is usually rage. So, good job there I guess.