Very nice, though I'll have to read back to see how we get to this point. Very sinister finish. I haven't looked at many strips with this kind of art, so I find it interesting, and I like the details in the characters.
In Muscleheart, Killemall the Barbarian and Orida Spud have won a gladiatorial combat against all odds after the opposing team's leader made fun of Orida's short stature. As we begin, the heroes stand surprised...Muscleheart 21
Wow, that art is incredible! I really enjoy the style. Great facial expressions throughout, especially the girl in panel 2. The third panel has a very clear sense of motion, depicting a complex action in a single panel completely naturally. I really enjoyed this. From a writing perspective, you've done an amazing job as well - I can't imagine any situation that would make your two main characters more sympathetic than one rescuing the other from a pedo.
I like this a lot! The backgrounds are detailed enough that the setting they're in looks alive and active, and that's a good thing. Overall, the characters are very noticeable and distinct, as any good cartoon character should be. God job!
In my latest page right here Our main dude is just realizing that he's surrounded by zombies, his car is on fire, and he has no weapon, so he has to make do with what he has.
@ Heidi - I love the shading and use of dark and light on this page! The storm here is more than literal, a showdown between these two characters is about to explode-! It definitely gives a bit of both dread and excitement. Can't wait for the next page... :)
From me, here's something new, the cover from The AR-MEN #147. This is the final issue of the first comic series I ever created (started back in 1980). AR-MEN #147 was a special issue I did to tie up loose ends so I could make peace with the comic ending. It's 35 pages long with two special "blooper reel" pages at the end. I hope to post a page a day till it's complete.
(And yes, there really were 147 issues, not to mention 6 annuals, 2 special editions and 3 giant-sized issues, all over the course of 20 years.)
Dexter is such a cute comic - the lead charcter is utterly lovable - love the line art too! there needs to be things liike this on saterday cartoons .. *(mutters instead of the crap thats on there now)
Your link to King Random didn't work, but going to http://kingrandom.thecomicseries.com/ works. The update date still shows July 9 but if that's the latest update, that's fine. It's a rather creative way to show the "sharp" downside of too wide a smiley, that's for sure! o_0
On Page 1 of AR-MEN #147, we get introduced to our main character, Sue, and she has a rather strange dilemma...but is that really a bad thing?