by Brian Fies An Eisner Award-nominated work in progress. Updated Tuesday and Friday. Starts HERE.
"Nothing ventured, nothing gained"? Or "pride goes before a fall"? I'm on tenterhooks to see how this all pans out, but the journey of discovery is so much fun I'll be sad when it's over.
Amazing story. I started binge reading two hours ago and I'm done ):. I appreciate (hehe) all the work you've done on this comic and would like to applaud the beautiful world you've created in it.
Amazing as always, albeit I really don't like Helen's friend. She is, well nosy is the most polite way to put things. ~Mark
oops meant helen~Mark
Andy, I appreciate your presence more than you know. Thanks again.Anonymous, thanks! Your comment made my day. I'll do my best to continue and complete it well.Mark, Interesting! Helen is nosy but she wants nothing but the best for Lillian. And, as Lillian asks today, What if she's right?
Great panel design/layout in this page. I really like the design aspect of the last panel, where you were able to get Lillian, Helen and the broken fence in.
Thanks, Jason. I had fun figuring that out.
The future doesn't look good for Helen. When you say something like "I'm going to keep quiet now, but if the villain does something villainous, then I'm going to the police", you're really just asking for it. And unlike Lillian, Helen doesn't have the sense to create a reveal that would automatically trigger in the event of her disappearance.