Webcomic profile: Luna's Cross
Luna's Cross
Mechsuits, Gunfights, and Drama in an Alternate History 1920's
Last update: 2 days ago, 12:23 AM
Violent Content Occasional Strong Language
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The year is 1922. After the end of The Great War, many veterans, disillusioned and disgusted by their experiences, or maybe just addicted to danger, drifted East past Hungary, West to America, or South to North Africa.
Raymond Amonski, a pilot during the War, chose to go South, becoming a courier and occasional mercenary, traveling Mediterranean Africa in his small airboat.
But Ray has always had a hard time taking his own advice and staying out of trouble. And his skills with his gun and his fists might not be enough to deal with the tribal uprising taking root out in the desert, or the foreign forces establishing their footholds in the Nile River Delta and beyond. Even the Cobalt Hammer, Raymond's powerful Mechanical Armor, won't allow him to smash and break his way out of this situation.

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Welcome back, friends and otherwise. Good to see you all again. We join the gang as they prepare to enter Libya.
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They were like the Omar Little of Late-1910s Mississippi.

Wow, so, this took a little while. I got real busy with work and class, and working on the next chapter of this.
So, Chapter 3 will be starting after the new year. Until then, I'm going to post maybe one or two more of these bonus pages. So, stick around and I'll see you then.
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Greyport-Comics
There are at least two uncomfortable implications here. That's not counting the uncomfortable things that are outright stated.
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The Ancient Egyptians believed that the souls of the dead followed the Milky Way across the sky to the afterlife.

Oh, also, here we are at the end of chapter two! So it's time for another chapter break. During the break, similar to last time I'll be uploading bonus pages with sketches and background information.
Thanks for reading this far, stick around for the bonus updates, tell your friends, and I can't wait to come back and begin chapter 3. Big things will be happening, so get hype, everybody.
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Greyport-Comics
“In girum imus nocte et consumimur igni” roughly means "At night we enter the circle and the fire consumes us." It's a riddle and the answer is "Moths." It's also a palindrome.

To elaborate on the Egyptiotes minority, there was a fairly sizeable population of Greeks living in Egypt until the Egyptian Revolution in the early 1950s when they were forced to leave.
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