Liking that 1930's Batman!
Simo and Eric Henson -- Thanks guys. I appreciate you stopping by.
Here's some more Endstone stuff I've been working on. I wish I had time to draw other subjects, but I just barely manage to keep-up with my weekly schedule on Endstone since I do this all part time. Besides, every page challenges me in some way or another artistically so I haven't burned out yet.
I want more man. These pages are insanely good.
Whats a "Stoner" in this story?
How is Kari a deer but looks human?
Will there be more bad ass chick fights?
Edit: Oh, I just noticed the link in your sig going to go read more now.
Just checked page 1 and then the latest pages. The improvement is really astounding. The jump in confidence in your line and stylistic voice is really apparent to me as a newcomer. I like it when you can see hard work paying off.
To answer your questions, a "stoner" is my version of a wizard. There are a set number of uniquely powered "magic" stones in the world and only those born with the "gift" can "rock" these stones.
The animals look very human in the Endstone world because it suits one of themes of Endstone which is class/race struggle. The more "human" the animals look, the more the reader hopefully will sympathize with their plight as slaves and food. Also, I like fantasy creatures like elves and such, but I didn't want to do a Tolkein-based world. So the animals look like familiar fantasy characters at first glance but they have a different twist in the story.
And yes, almost all of issue three is a chick fight! It's one of the reasons I'm making this comic. In fact one of the main themes of Endstone is an exploration of why hot babes battle.