Webcomic profile: The Wounding Tooth
The Wounding Tooth
Not all dinosaurs died out 65 million years ago. For some, the journey is just beginning.
Last update: 5 days ago, 8:43 PM
Violent Content Occasional Strong Language
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"The dinosaurs became extinct because they didn't have a space program." - Larry Niven

Sixty-five million years ago, a meteor hit Earth and wiped out most life on the planet, including all the non-avian dinosaurs ... or so we thought.

A small group of Troodon made the perilous journey from Earth to Venus, and their descendants have lived there for millions of years. When rampant pollution threatens to destroy their home, Ma'lak and her family set out on a mission to explore Mars. What they find there will change the fate of their people, and the Solar System, forever.

Updates every Thursday!

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bmac85
bmac85
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bmac85
Making up for all the delays last month.

In panel 3, that's supposed to be the ship's cloaking device activating. Yay for explaining artwork. Also I love the Mars slug giving Blue Guy the stink eye(s).

I messed up major in a panel and had to break out the gesso to fix it. Fortunately, the watercolor markers cooperated. Guess which panel and win ... absolutely nothing!
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bmac85
Welcome to Issue 6! And the concluding issue to the first story arc of The Wounding Tooth!

Recommended listening:
"Blue Cowboy," Greg Sage
"Tough Enough," Ex Hex
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bmac85
Getting closer ...

And Issue 5 comes to a close with our heroes' secret alien admirer. But what could he want from them? Is he friend or foe? Stay tuned for Issue 6 (and the conclusion of our first story arc) coming soon!
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bmac85
Holy crap, an on-time update! Issue 5 is coming to a close.

In case all the "ho ha ha-ing" didn't make it clear ... the Martian space slugs basically sound like Jabba the Hutt in my mind. So read the weird alien language accordingly, I guess.
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bmac85
The mines of Mars. Right click, view full image to see it in all its double-page splash glory.

Hey, only a week late on this update!
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