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Webcomic profile: Weight of Eternity
Weight of Eternity
Updates Wednesdays 6PM
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Content flags: Violent ContentStrong LanguageNudity
Language: English
Genre: Surreal
Activity status: Active
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Last update: 5th Jun 2015, 11:51 PM
Number of comics: 153
Number of subscribers: 7
Visitors: 21708 visitors (50826 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.94 (16 votes)

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Total recall is more than perfect memory. It's always remembering everything, always being overwhelmed, by every thing you interact with. This affliction could be debilitating for anyone, but deadly for one who hunts the things men fear...

This comic was originally posted on from 2002-2005. It was designed to be challenging but I pushed that a little too far. I sometimes refer to this as my David Lynch comic because so many people acted as if I was explaining a dream before realizing it only made sense to the dreamer.
I will put some author comments to explain everything but you should skip them until the second reading if you want to challenge yourself.

Weight of Eternity (c) 2002 - [year] Nicholas Ivan Ladendorf. All rights reserved. The Tarquin Engine was created by Daniel Merlin Goodbrey


Nicholas Ivan Ladendorf
Nicholas Ivan Ladendorf
Cartoonist/Activist who runs for office.

Most recent comments left on Weight of Eternity

These are the original files I started out with the buffer but then I started updating weekly
Left on FLASH version 0
The first two panels were new additions. I just drew them last week because I didn't want it to feel as rushed. I'll post the flash version later so you can decide.
I also changed the dialog a little in here to better reflect how the character feels. In the original the way I worded it sounds like all women just want to be treated like girlie girls. That wasn't my intention.
Left on Deal
Nicholas Ivan Ladendorf
29th May 2015
Nicholas Ivan Ladendorf
Changed the dialog a little here in part for flow and also because the original text doesn't make a lot of sense without her full back story. Sarah was raised a tomboy so she comments that it's nice to be treated as a girl and I don't know if that makes sense or not. I think it is to easy to misinturpet as all women just want to be treated as girls or something when that wasn't my intention.
Left on Soulsearch
Nicholas Ivan Ladendorf
28th May 2015
Nicholas Ivan Ladendorf
Changed the wording only slightly on this one. mostly to do with flow. It's pretty important to the comic. Though I wish I would have played up more the mystery of Ektep's part in this and what he wanted with Sarah. Though the only hint I dropped in the series is that she has a tramp stamp of a typewriter that you can't even see in this version and barely make out in the flash version.
Left on the bard
Nicholas Ivan Ladendorf
26th May 2015
Nicholas Ivan Ladendorf
It was really hard not to make this seem intimate though it would mean nothing to Ektep because he isn't anything resembling human and doesn't identify with them.
Left on Comfort