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Sep 5, 2010 | 12:22 AM EDT
  • Review Crew Pick September 8, 2010
  • Daily 2nd Place September 6, 2010

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Update| 2012| June 18|
Previous music replaced with royalty free tracks, new animated intro, retrospective document, and minor spelling errors fixed!

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After nearly a year in the making, it's finally complete...

Colin S Jaw is a man shifting in and out of a dream...
Missing teeth, and with only a little time left to live, he embarks on a journey to
discover the origins of a mysterious pair of "sharps" he was sent upon waking from a coma.

A journey somehow intertwined with two detectives, and a string of extremely violent and disturbing crimes, a man slowly mutilating himself, and a series of esoteric dreams that are all pieces of a horrifying puzzle.

In this tale of a man darkly dreaming...

Main Features:
- A animated intro, exclusive to this cut.
- Remastered versions of all 14 prior comics,
and the premier of the conclusion to the series.

Extras:
- Photo Gallery.
- New Interface.
- Spec Page.

Sincerely,
- Celx

P.S. Add me to your favorite authors list if you want a P.M. when I release other stuff!
And it would be grand if you could recommend this for the noir section!

Reviews


DuRaGoDuRaGo

Rated 5 / 5 stars

nice

nice man gory though...
can u make a sequel an make a darker and more twisted story...
make it a cannibal maybe...
or murderous man that collect organs...
maybe...
just sayin...


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Celx-Requin responds:

Just making something twisted for the sake of making something twisted has never been my thing.

That said If you want something gruesome to watch to fulfill a primal sadistic urge order a copy of "August Underground II", a soulless film but perhaps the most disturbing thing ever put to celluloid.

A better film and one I would actually recommend is "S&Man" it's obscenely hard to find (I got my copy directly from the director), but perhaps the best documentary ever created about the nature of horror.

Sincerely,
- Celx


JacozJacoz

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing conclusion

First of all I must thank you for putting all the other parts together in this one, as I was going to read them all again anyway, it was good to be able to read it all through without all the lurking.

The final product is amazing, gives a feeling of despair and hopelessness (does that word even exist? lol) very hard to achieve, you've done a great work with the atmosphere and music and that is felt as you're going from chapter to chapter.

A most unexpected and brilliant ending, I fucking loved it and I'm already waiting for your next project, thanks for a great novel!


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Celx-Requin responds:

Great!
I wanted to do something special for the last one.

Thanks for the review!
- Celx


mportalmportal

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Cool regardless of being in or out of school

Well done, chap. Thoroughly enjoyed. Keep up the good work!


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Celx-Requin responds:

Thank you Mr. Portal!

Sincerely,
- Celx


hughtyhughty

Rated 5 / 5 stars

to amazing to describe with words

i loved this it was to good i dont even know how to describe it


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Celx-Requin responds:

Thanks,
- Celx


wolfbeastwolfbeast

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Interesting.

It's an interesting, but very morbid story. it does drag a little in the later chapters and I started losing interest.

One thing to note: Roman numeral for 4 is not "IIII" but "IV"


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Celx-Requin responds:

I'm pretty sure it can be both, but yes I agree that is the formal way to do it.

Thanks for the review!
- Celx