Webcomic profile: Sean & Bailey
Sean & Bailey
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Content flags: Violent Content
Language: English
Genre: Drama
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
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Last update: 5 days ago, 10:12 AM
Number of comics: 257
Number of subscribers: 52
Visitors: 30534 visitors (99599 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.99 (590 votes)

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In this world, some people can wield elements. One such element, fire, brought tragedy upon Sean and Bailey when they were kids, but that mutual experience strengthened their friendship immensely. Ten years later, they discover they have element powers of their own. They join Adam's Academy for the Elements and end up in deadly battles against incredibly powerful foes ...

Updates every Tuesday.

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Kevtrev
Kevtrev
Hey, it's Kevin. Been reading and drawing comics my whole life, so finding this place was pretty awesome. May our stories and characters have great impact on each other's lives!

Most recent comments left on Sean & Bailey

MadJak91
2 days ago
MadJak91
He is laughing again:
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;D
Left on Sean & Bailey page 257
Kevtrev
4 days ago
Kevtrev
It feels weird to say I love my characters, when I put them through hell.
I don't like killing off any of them (except the villains maybe) but, y'know, going "nothing bad
ever happens, the end" wouldn't make for the greatest story... :P
Left on Sean & Bailey page 257
MadJak91
4 days ago
MadJak91
IF you actually kill off Phil then it is going to be very very heavy D:
But I guess there are no favorites here. Everybody can die. That is interesting...
Left on Sean & Bailey page 257
Kevtrev
5 days ago
Kevtrev
The battle does get a whole lot scarier once the first comrade falls...
Like, they already knew they were in a fight to the death, but now they REALLY know it.
Left on Sean & Bailey page 257
ShaRose49
5 days ago
ShaRose49
I have a feeling Kirinda’s gonna be real pissed next page...

Dan’s death was kinda bittersweet! I wonder how many more are gonna bite it before Trellian is stopped :’(
Left on Sean & Bailey page 257