Now it's my turn for a hurting head!
Awesome, and I like the extra use of black lately - all class.
Thanks. I started this series with the intention of keeping blacks to a minimum, since my previous comic had relied on them heavily. The possibility of using black seduced me far too often to simply black out errors or uncertainties (as famous inker Wally Wood said: "When in doubt, black it out"). On A.D I also intend to use broad daylight for atmospheric purposes, to build the series on the difference between the shiny exteriors of the city Arcadia and the sinister mechanisms working inside. So the heavy blacks on these first pages of eps. 2 are more of an exception. Rest assured that this exception serves a purpose.
I will try to keep my storytelling as clear as possible. Still, the main storyline should be about uncovering a mystery, and storytelling will reflect that. So you may not always be able to tell what's pictured on a page.
That looked painfull!
woo...the action...the colors... The style.... *drools*
@Gaspode12: Aah, don't worry. If you want, I can give him some Wolverine healing powers. Because I CAN DO ANYTHING!!! For I will mess up storyline coherence in an instant. Beware! Ho Ho Ho!
@sarafan: Aw... I'm giggling like a little girl now. Thanks.