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Comic profile: Whispers in the Wind
Whispers in the Wind
Of pirates and family secrets
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Content flags: Violent ContentStrong Language
Comic language: English
Genre: Action
Activity status: Active
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Last update: Today, 10:00 AM
Number of comics: 71
Number of subscribers: 11
Visitors: 949 visitors (6646 pages viewed)
Rating: 5 (16 votes)

Comic description

Omiryn is a peaceful port town.
Until Bailey and his crew come seeking for Scarlet, a noblewoman of the city.
But the next day, when she realises her son left with the pirates, she has no choice but to go at sea and face demons of her past.

In a sea torn by war, where pirates roam free and only the strong survive, follow a broken family as they sail through their biggest adventure.

WARNING: May content harsh language and inappropriate behaviour.

Authors

Moonsun
Moonsun
I like pirates. Pirates are cool.
Drawing is cool too... I shall make a comic about pirates!
(Absolutely not the way things happened in reality)

Twitter/Instagram/Facebook: @moonsuncomics


Most recent comments left on Whispers in the Wind

Moonsun
Today
Moonsun
Yeah! Chapter 4 is end here!
Hope you're enjoying so far and see you soon for Chapter 5 Rant & Roar!
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Moonsun
2 days ago
Moonsun
Girls just wanna have fun!
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Moonsun
3 days ago
Moonsun
Hey! Don't forget that you can find me on FB/Twitter/Instagram @moonsuncomics
And if you prefer vertical format (or you're on a smartphone, read WitW on Line Webtoon
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Moonsun
5 days ago
Moonsun
More to come soon!
Remember you can read WitW in vertical format right here --> Line Webtoon

And find me on Twitter/Insta/FB @moonsuncomics
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Moonsun
5 days ago
Moonsun
You know what's cliché about pirates? Flags.
We usually imagine the Jolly Roger as the symbol of piracy but this specific flag (the skull with the crossed swords) was actually created and made famous by Jack "Calico" Rackham.
Other than that, real pirates used simple black or red flags, sometimes with skeletons, blood and/or hourglass (like Fred here) in a mean to sign clearly to their prey that their time was running out, that they had to surrender or simply, well... no quarter.

Now you have some cool knowledge to drop in at dinner tonight. Yaaaar!
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