Comic 641 - Who Blue Truly Are- Page 36

28th Apr 2017, 11:00 PM in Who Blue Truly Are
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Author Notes:

Adam C. 28th Apr 2017, 11:00 PM edit delete
Adam C.
Insomniac just punched Marvelous Man so hard, THE COMIC BROKE!

Eheh... Not sure if it's directly apparent, but what's meant to be happening is that Insomniac's final attack on Marvelous Man has a psychic backlash that ripples across everyone in Stonewall. The kids are slightly more aware of it due to Blue Bloods having a slight resistance to psychic attacks.

Yeah, I know this entire plot has been giving Marvelous Man his first big loss after watching him breeze through the comic, but even as the author I felt bad for the guy drawing this. This has to be a whole new avenue of pain. Still does continue to push the limits of new eye-candy and just looks awesome. ^^ The first panel and then moving out of it into more, just... yeah. Jeez.

The extras in this were all another batch of Pokemon (I was grinding in Moon while I drew this). I actually felt kind of guilty sending this one out of Martin; guy had to look up references on top of references since these gets were Pokemon in-costumes. Cresselia and Darkrai (who we saw last time I did an all-Pokemon-extras page) are in the first panel as Luna and Sephiorth, apparently making their way through a haunted house staffed by Giratina. The Alola starters are on their way to a party dressed as Lapis, The Undertaker, and Arsene Lupin I (the French adventure hero, not his Anime-Grandson). A Dragonite apparently has a Mimikyu daughter he's taking trick-or-treating to a Salazzle's house.
Martin F. 28th Apr 2017, 11:15 PM edit delete
Martin F.
This one was kind of time-consuming to color, as you can probably imagine. Sort of happens when you've got a ton of new faces all together like this, can get a little bogged down needing to figure out everything everywhere. Not really that time-consuming of a page, mind you, just a bit more than this leg of the plot generally has been.

Beyond that I'm not sure how much I've got to say on this one offhand, but do hope everyone enjoys it.


Wolfintina 28th Apr 2017, 11:19 PM edit delete reply
Looks like it's headache central for the citizens of Stonewall, wonder what's going to happen next.
Rastaba 29th Apr 2017, 1:14 AM edit delete reply
There's also the fact that the kids have dealt with the psychic outbursts from Insomniac before and might at least recognize that 'feeling'. I mean I would like to think any individual poking around in brains had a certain signature feel or style to it like a hacker or an artist and for it be convenient as plot necessitates to those it warrants being remembered by to be at least mildly recognizable.