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Kingdom of the Red Rose
A journey to discover one's true idenity and power.
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Comic language: English
Genre: Fantasy
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
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Last update: 24th Mar 2017
Number of comics: 70
Number of subscribers: 9
Visitors: 261 visitors (3247 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.88 (66 votes)

Comic description

Death is not one entity.
There are five thousand and one Grim Reapers responsible for collecting and escorting souls between two reals of existence; life and the afterlife.
We follow Griffin the newest, youngest and most curious of all the Grim Reapers as he discovers the truth about his identity and the true power he possess.

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Copper Mouflon
Copper Mouflon
Copper Mouflon is a cooperation between a writer and an artist for the creation of comics and graphic novels that will have you turning for the next page (or scrolling for the next frame) with anticipation and excitement.

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Most recent comments left on Kingdom of the Red Rose

Copper Mouflon
28th Mar 2017
Copper Mouflon
Another good point! We made it into a clickable button :)
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Wargyrl
26th Mar 2017
Wargyrl
"I can see the web address..."
I can see the web address, but clicking on the link does not take me to the new site. I know how to copy and paste a web address, so I can get to the new web site, but you should fix the link to help others.
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Copper Mouflon
25th Mar 2017
Copper Mouflon
Thank you so much for the comment! We are VERY happy to hear that :)
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Copper Mouflon
25th Mar 2017
Copper Mouflon
Good point! Thank you so much! :D
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irongate
25th Mar 2017
irongate
This all has come nice visuals with potential, but when you want to show someone get hit, and show it with some real force, don't draw the moment of impact, instead show the attacking character's wind up and then show the follow through with the attacker at the end of their swing and the victim sailing backwards in pain. You did show the victim moving backwards which is the right idea, but push the pose a bit harder and it'll work even better. Good stuff overall!
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