Ch 1.7

posted January 26, 2017

Ch 1.7
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December 8, 2017

Destiny Books

I love the expansive feel you've given this webcomic and the detail you've given to the environment. Being from a mainly cold and rainy big city, any stories set in a desert fascinate me. Great work!

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December 8, 2017

AgentFink

I'm glad you're enjoying it so far! Yeah the setting is one that I rarely see and I wanted it to feel very much like a character here, so it gets screen time just as much as the other characters!

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March 7, 2019

svenbofe

I concur. This feels incredibly professional and thought out, not to dismiss other comics on this site but there's obviously a lot of care and nuance put into each little page, hell every frame. The dialogue is also natural and digestible instead of overbearing or awkward.

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March 11, 2019

AgentFink

Thanks Sven! We invest a lot of time in the writing and I'm glad that readers respond to it. I hope you continue to following along on our little mystery into the desert!

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April 6, 2019

removedaccount2345

Very atmospheric. Not just the page, the whole comic so far. And you can draw. Always a big plus.

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April 6, 2019

AgentFink

Thank you Eaton and I hope you continue reading-- enjoy!

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June 23, 2019

...(RockB)

First thought, that's me in the car short before the full hour... "Up next, several great tunes, stay tuned" (click) *commercials in full blow* >_< (click) *other commercials in full blow* >_< (click) *same commercials in full blow* >_< (click) "the tension in the middle" (click) *wailing violins* (click-clack) *silence*

Next thought: The last one, is that Navajo?

Otherwise, I agree with everybody else, of course :)

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