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Comic profile: CKarrus
CKarrus
Sexy character driven Epic Action Romance.
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Content flags: Violent ContentSexual ContentStrong LanguageNudity
Comic language: English
Genre: Action
Activity status: Active
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Last update: 2 days ago, 12:00 AM
Number of comics: 149
Number of subscribers: 46
Visitors: 33335 visitors (211872 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.95 (74 votes)

Comic description

CKarrus (Suh-Kar-rus) is the story of Zac Nantai, calling himself "Tombstone", an ex-soldier who is running from his past and himself. But when he meets Juline, a beautiful and strong young woman, his life changes forever. Adventures ensue, and old and new enemies are fought, while both heroes learn to accept themselves for who they are and what they are ultimately destined to become.

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Most recent comments left on CKarrus

Wargyrl
Today
Wargyrl
"Nice!"
Nice! This is definitely an improvement!
Left on Ch 6 Page 18
InjuredPelican
Yesterday
InjuredPelican
Thanks for the feedback, I really appreciate it. I updated the image with hopefully clearer figures. Let me know if this is enough of an improvement.
Left on Ch 6 Page 18
Wargyrl
Yesterday
Wargyrl
"The people are well-drawn, but the colors are confusing --"
The figures are nicely drawn. However, the figures are also colored to match their 'dark and fiery' background. This makes it hard for the reader to see the figures or to understand what the figures are doing.

You might consider whether you actually need to color the people in a 'realistic' way, or whether you should color the people differently than the background so the people are easier to see. You might try to color the people the same way that they would be colored in natural daylight, but leave the background dark and fiery to show the situation. That way the figures would appear to the reader the way the reader would understand them in the natural world, where the figures would be easy to understand, because the figures would be moving and in three dimensions.
Left on Ch 6 Page 18
InjuredPelican
2 days ago
InjuredPelican
Thanks to all new readers and subscribers!
Left on Ch 6 Page 18
InjuredPelican
8 days ago
InjuredPelican
Thank you very much!
Left on Ch 6 Page 17