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Comic profile: Iron and Steel
Iron and Steel
An IG AU Webcomic
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Content flags: Violent Content
Comic language: English
Genre: Science-fiction
Activity status: Active
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Last update: Yesterday
Number of comics: 163
Number of subscribers: 4
Visitors: 2876 visitors (8577 pages viewed)
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Comic description

This is an alternate universe take on Inspector Gadget. It mainly draws it's base inspiration from the classic series, but does use bits from the other incarnates done over the years. Don't expect to know what this is from knowing the canon content. This is a more serious & elaborate take on the fandom.

I highly suggest reading the back stories connected to the comic before reading it. That is the only way the characters & plot will make sense total sense.

This comic is updated every Tuesday & Saturday.

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Most recent comments left on Iron and Steel

JasonDeroga
27th Jun 2017
JasonDeroga
Your panel frames on the bottom of the page work very well! Also, the beast transformation sequence is VERY ominous!
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systemcat
27th Jun 2017
systemcat
While this story has been plotted out in full, the finer details in exact scripting are written in sections over the course of time. But some speeches are written well in advance of the sections they're meant to happen in. iRogue's speech in his cell for one and as yet I'll admit, what Callen says on this page for her long piece of dialogue, another. But a while back I felt the need to change that speech. I think you can guess what form of alteration happened to it.
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systemcat
24th Jun 2017
systemcat
Little aspects which are present in rough lines bother me lightly sometimes when the final artwork comes out and they aren't shown. Panel 2 took longer than the rest to plan out & draw. Having so many characters present in one scene all relevant, caused me to label each of them so I'd know how to draw them. Prior to labeling they just were simple body shapes with rough indicators who was male & female. I know one part of this labeling would have looked confusing to you if you saw it at this point not knowing the story to follow. I wrote "Pe" on Penny, "J" on John, "F" on Finn, "D" on Dirk, "H" on Harb, and "C" on Callen. The two extra people were labelled "P1" and "P2". Those initials were not meant to represent the word person.
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systemcat
20th Jun 2017
systemcat
Not the best of ways to greet people that could potentially be hostile. Of course John doesn't know that.
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systemcat
17th Jun 2017
systemcat
Thank you and ah! Mistake upload!
... Explanation. I return to pages later when they need to be visually referenced. When this happens I normally hide layers to get a better view of things. I saved it by mistake with layers hidden. It's now been corrected.
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