Comic 202 - Best Served Blue, Page 45

9th Mar 2013, 12:00 AM in Best Served Blue
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Martin F. 9th Mar 2013, 12:00 AM edit delete
Martin F.
This isn't the last we'll see of Spencer in this chapter, but it does mark the last of his interactions with the group for now. Only four pages left to go in the chapter, so stick around as we wrap things up.

Not a whole lot to say on this one, but I'm happy with it. Good little show of the group having gotten back together and unwinding after things, and I do like how good of a sport Spencer's being about it. Kind of a nice touch.
Adam C. 9th Mar 2013, 3:03 AM edit delete
Adam C.
Heheh... Yeah, I sorta see Spencer being totally cool with losing as long as he had a good time and everyone in his group got out in one piece. Jake, of course, is still unamused by the guy.

Tried working in a sweet moment with Jake showing his attachment to the kids here. I get nervous doing that with Jake. The Jerk With A Heart Of Gold thing is hard to balance out and I sometimes feel like I'm showing one side more than the other. Still, seeing the kids kidnapped probably stirred up some feelings in the guy.

Also, thank God for Martin's coloring. That car in the last panel looked horrible before I got it back from him.... Actually, that happens a lot with artwork. A lot of times I something comes out odd-looking and I fret over it until Martin manages to make it work. I dunno if it's because of my art style not looking good uncolored, Martin touching stuff up the way he does, or just how I'm wired. Probably all three.


Wolfintina 9th Mar 2013, 3:16 AM edit delete reply
Sweet moments like this show character development and is Heather going to make another appearance before the chapters over?
Adam C. 9th Mar 2013, 5:33 AM edit delete reply
Adam C.
Heheh... Yeah, but it won't be much of one. We won't get into the fallout of her discovery for quite a while. ^^
karma chameleon 10th Mar 2013, 7:12 PM edit delete reply
Whoa, those kids change fast.
Adam C. 11th Mar 2013, 1:13 AM edit delete reply
Adam C.
Eh, they changed scenes between this page and the last. Who knows how long that was.

Even so, super-heroes always seem to change in and out of their costumes in the span of three seconds, even if it's some intricate job with body-armor, high-tech weaponry and flowing cloaks.