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Comic profile: Buying Time
Buying Time
A Cyberpunk Romance
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Content flags: Sexual ContentStrong LanguageNudity
Comic language: English
Genre: Science-fiction
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
Last update: 24th Jan 2016
Number of comics: 146
Number of subscribers: 392
Visitors: 806174 visitors (6759037 pages viewed)
Rating: 0 (0 votes)

Comic description

Buying Time is a sci-fi cyberpunk romance. Set in the future megalopolis of Hyperion City where all forms of entertainent, including our own personal social lives are regulated by a micro-transaction monetary system called Daily Leisure Credit. When Vinnie Smalls, a lonesome welder working for the Hyperion City Core finds he has a crush on a fellow co-worker, he finds he must break away from his usual loner lifestyle and dive headfirst into the inner workings of the Daily Leisure Credit system. Our story deals with the ups and downs of his relationship in the midst of system that makes staying in contact with someone a financial battle.


Most recent comments left on Buying Time

Leo Fatalis (Guest)
22nd Feb 2017
"Thank you for the Incredible story!"
This is my first gay romance comic, and I'm glad it was! The character development in Vin was great, I can relate to him in a lot of ways. Thank you for the awesome comic! I only wish I could have discovered this sooner...
Left on Chapter 8 Page 9
Carola Funder (Guest)
16th Feb 2017
Just found this and went through it all. Everything was great. Absolutely professional work all around. I really cared for the characters. Thanks for making this comic! Incredibly inspiring!
Left on Chapter 8 Page 9
Plain Marie (Guest)
11th Jan 2017
Aww. They are so cute together! I'm giggling over the last couple of panels.
Left on Chapter 3 Page 10
Plain Marie (Guest)
11th Jan 2017
"Enjoying the "new" comic find"
I know I'm late to this comic, but wow! I'm really enjoying this - the story, the characters, the setting, the CONCEPT of paying for interaction (oo, cool social-scifi), the art, the color palette, the layouts, the clever use of animation in what is usually a static medium... The aesthetic reminded me of Blade Runner, but the story quickly showed more tenderness and humor without the bleakness of BL. I like how you pace the scenes - maintaining some suspense without getting bogged down in extraneously-inserted drama. I'm enjoying to flow. I *really* liked your use of color in the chapter page for Chapter 2. You need a part of your FAQ that tells us more about you as an artist, please.

Anyway, I'm finding more and more to like as I read on! (I need to stop editing this comment before I find more to rave about!) Thanks to the folks at The Young Protectors for sharing the link to your work! Can't wait to read more.
Left on Chapter 3 Page 4
Jakob (Guest)
20th Dec 2016
But why? What are they trying to accomplish? Preventing overpopulation?
Left on Chapter 1 End Supplement