soul breaker ch1 pg 1

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soul breaker ch1 pg 1

Author Comments

first page of my web comic soul breaker (;

few words about the plot:

Kenichi, a master thief, is hired to steal a soul cube that is being used as an energy source for an imperial city. Once Kenichi placed his hand on the cube it absorbed into his body. Now a wanted man for stealing the power sources for an entire city and claims of betraying his employer, Kenichi travels the world in search of a way to extract the cube from his body while discovering ancient secrets about the cubes.

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Awesome so far.

Really nice, I like the concept.
Good job on the futuristic look of a big crowded city, the outfits look great.

Just something I wondered, if the cube gets absorbed if anyone touches it, how come nobody else has absorbed it before?

Keep thinking of how the viewer reads, try to guide the viewer trough the page. I started reading with: 'As valued citizen... others want' instead of the first panel. My view was forced up to the page to drop down again. Imagine the first panel in the upper left corner, it creates a more pleasant view.

For action scenes, this set up would be really good, like if some attacker stands above the protagonist from above, for example.

Looks great, looking forward to the next one.

cziczak responds:

ofcourse - anyone can't absorb a cube. only certain people can.

and thank u for all suggests (:

Very nice work man, youve done really well with the black nd white colour pallet.
cant wait to read more

cziczak responds:

<3 ! thank u im glad u like it

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May 7, 2015 | 3:18 AM EDT
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