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Comic profile: Goud
Goud
A tale of war and love
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Content flags: Violent ContentSexual ContentStrong Language
Comic language: English
Genre: Romance
Activity status: Active
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Last update: 2 days ago, 5:11 PM
Number of comics: 14
Number of subscribers: 5
Visitors: 7918 visitors (137110 pages viewed)
Rating: 0 (0 votes)

Comic description

A comic about love, loss and men with three eyes. Mature readers only. Contains LGBT + characters, gay romance, BDSM and femdom.

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LJ Phillips
LJ Phillips
I'm a former art lecturer and bodyguard (which sounds much cooler than it ever was) who has been building a fantasy fictionverse for a couple of years. I've participated in numerous group exhibitions, had three solo exhibitions and published several short stories. My work is mostly digitally painted but occasionally blends 3D and photographic techniques.

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LJ Phillips
2 days ago
LJ Phillips
You see, Robin? This is why we can't have nice things. Or narratives.
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LJ Phillips
4 days ago
LJ Phillips
As an artist who runs on caffeine, I appreciate any coffee.
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LJ Phillips
4 days ago
LJ Phillips
Robin's like many people - passionate about his creative work, unable to see its faults and as open to criticism as a knife in the chest. The word Goud normally creeps into his speech when things start falling apart. He's not even aware of it.

Notes: I need to update Wallace's mustache in an earlier page. A pale one looks more striking in stark black-and-white.

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LJ Phillips
9 days ago
LJ Phillips
Goud is about the walls between fiction and reality. Occasionally the comic will contain extracts from a future novel of would-be author, Robin. As you can see, Robin believes he's somehow responsible for shaping the Skinsverse. And the novel is from his first person perspective.
Ah, the arrogance of an author. These worlds exist independently from anyone with typewriter or pen.

Notes: Wait, does anyone use typewriters anymore? Or are they as archaic as boom boxes?

Robin's prose contains a nod to the works of Pratchett and Angela Carter.

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LJ Phillips
12 days ago
LJ Phillips
The plot thickens. Whithers and Quartz - genuinely involved or playacting as part of a covert operation?
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