Thanks for waiting. Here’s the conclusion to the Spirits of Despair and Destruction episode. I know we missed a week, but I’ve got ten pages, so that makes it okay, right? Please don’t hurt me . . .
Unfortunately, we’re going to go on a one week hiatus, so we can catch up on the script. It’s been a little bit busy. If we’re lucky, though, we may have something fun to post next week anyway.
Also, our long-lost letterer and colorist, Emma, sent us some fun illustrations relating to Psycho Games, from over there. Thanks, Emma. \[^^]/
Sorry. . . I’m getting to my finals at school, and I have a lot of work to do outside of Psycho Games. Also, I’m a lazy slacker.
Well, we’re no longer in the intro. Here is where it turns into an action story. I suppose that’s a bit predictable. Soon, the major villain(s) will be revealed, and things will start to get crazy. Count on it. I also wish I could spend more time on character development. . .
Will Victor and Zed be able to survive the terrifying power of their new adversaries? Find out next week, in the fabulous continuation.
We’re trying to work harder with the fight scenes. Sorry for the weird art. \[u.u]/
I’m taking a drawing class, and getting back into drawing. Perhaps I will write and draw my own series for Robot Souls Comics. Right now, though, I just want to make Psycho Games as good as possible. It can be hard to work on, but it’ll certainly teach me a lot.
Hey! Good to see you! The covers for those old pages are finally done! I know it’s a little late, but it’s all coming together, piece by piece. Hopefully, these last two pages will also get colored beautifully.
Recently, a fellow blogger (who wishes to remain anonymous) took the time to right an essay on Pumpkin Man. I know that after all this time, it was fun for me to read, and look back on the series. I don’t know if it will be fun for you to read, but check it out anyway.
I must apologize. I know Victor has done many terrible things, but most of them can be forgiven . . . but Hawaiian Pizza? Everyone knows pineapples don’t belong on pizza. If he wanted fruit, he could have ordered a (less sinful) grape pizza.
By the way, of all the Pizzas listed (supreme, Hawaiian, grape, sardine, emu, kumquat, sausage) which is arguably the best?
Who doesn’t like moral dilemmas? Victor must win, but he also must do what he thinks is right. What is there to do in a situation like this?
I’m thinking of experimenting with the scripting. I’m using a panel-by-panel structure, but I’m worried it doesn’t let the artist (Dean) pace and frame things how he sees fit. As the writer, I know what I want out of the plot, but that doesn’t mean I know what’ll look good on the page. Thus, I might use more of a summary-type script in the next few chapters. Let’s see how it goes.
Hey. Please excuse my brother. Also, please excuse the badly colored cover, which I am entirely responsible for.
I’m expecting hate-mail. I actually don’t get a lot of mail, so hate-mail might actually be appreciated. Clara isn’t necessarily an amazing person, but even if a person is completely terrible, and they’re a girl, having them get punched in the face is generally very frowned upon. I’d like to say this was completely necessary, but I probably could have thought of a different way. I wonder if I’m a worse person than any of my characters. I hope this comic doesn’t turn into a psychological self-diagnoses of myself. Oh well. Now that the trio is formed, we can get into the meat of things in the next chapter.