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4.14 / 5.00

Apr 25, 2011 | 1:25 PM EDT
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Rated 5 / 5 stars

hehe epic


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

wah, what are we doing on the vest?


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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


However I notice that this comic strip like most others put on NG don't link to the older ones in the set and they kind of leave wondering what is going on. I guess adding in what has happened up this point in author comments is always nice to do so people don't feel lost anyways.

The detailings here are still pretty nice and consistent with the rest of the set. Kind of sad how the guy tried to act tough yet punching the body armor made his hand hurt, then again I guess it would hurt naturally right? This piece is still interesting.

The girl says nothing but she sticks to him never wanting to leave him either, I guess if you love someone you will stick with them almost no matter what anyways.

Overall, wonderful addition to the story anyways.

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Aigis responds:

It doesn't matter what happened before this one. It's just a few one shot comics I made.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Reminds me of someone.

I love this, and I love it even more because the guy reminds me of a guy I know :D

The-guy-who-acts-tough-but-isn't-touch thing is one I know personally, and in this, it's well done.

The drawings are really cute, and I like each frame : ) The only thing I could've ask for is...well, nothing.

Good job.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Good. But leaves you to question.

-Saw that we made a little mistake in compiling the list when you posted. Thought it would be only right to review it first so I don't miss it personally. I don't see too many of these comic strip art pieces but that's probably because I barely frequent the art portal that much anymore. Maybe i'll find a spark by reviewing some art.

-I like how it's overly dramatic but makes sense and could actually happen. A nice bit of storytelling with not too much in the form of words. Not exactly sure why they are running. Maybe it could of been fit into the police officer's dialogue somewhere. The progression of the story leads to an almost fitting comedic relief and makes the officer become perplexed in the background. Will he let them go or will he continue with his duty?

-I like how you have a stereotypical tomboy/pretty girl combination in the lesbian lovers. It makes it all too clear why the tomboy tries to be the tough one but ends up failing. Gritty hard working cop who is in the way and the pretty one who is stuck in the fray. A little confused by the dark eyes as they work for the cop and the tomboy but not the redhead. It just makes her look a little wierd. Maybe there is a reason for that though.

-Location is well suited. Dark and forlorn. Rather secluded area for the standoff to happen. Isn't too fancy to let you know exactly where they are but gives you enough to infer for yourself. I also like how you blocked off each picture into a different shape or size of rectangle. Overall it's a rather good comic strip but it left me with those few questions.

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Aigis responds:

In the original script I actually had a reason stated for the cop chasing after them, but decided that it wasn't necessary in the end. I quite enjoy telling stories with as few words as possible.