Aww, what a softie.
Is he really being nice? I would feel pretty sorry for that kid too if I were him.
I like this guy. He’s ruthless but ever so genial.
Honestly, I think Erin’s characters are so complex that I wouldn’t be surprised if he actually somehow healed the kid. Blood magic, right?
Loving the irony of using real magic to mimic magic tricks (oops–I mean illusions). At least that’s what I assume is happening.
is there any hope of that child surviving this sickness.
There’s always hope. Even if it’s a fool’s hope.
I think it’s clear that the fever is not 100% fatal. Doc Faraday assumed that Hunter survived it (and surviving it seems to make one immune, as with some real-world diseases) and I speculate that the Doc, himself, is a survivor. Look at the pock-marks on his face, and the fact that he doesn’t seem to have the fever otherwise.
In short, I don’t know what the boy’s chances are, but the fever isn’t always a death-sentence.
Why do I find myself believing him? That it is actually an invisible card deck?
Wonder what he drinks…
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What I think is amazing about this comic is that no one is really a villain. The character are human, and their attitude isn’t always black and white, but in tones of grey. In the begining this guy is depicted as beying a bastard, but he have soft sides like everyone.
Aww he has a soft side for kiddies
As a magician who has performed the invisible deck, I am applauding.
Well, if he uses such tricks while playing poker, no wonder he gets in trouble!
He’s neither a good guy nor a nice guy, but he ain’t a bad guy.
Also, I bet he’s not using any true magic here, but just show magic (sleight of hand).
See? He’s not such a total asshole. Hunter just wants to kill him, he’s not really done anything bad (That we’ve seen anyway).
This story just keeps getting better… I like Jonah, I think he’s a little cutey, and this really raises so many questions about the nature of the characters and such, I am so excited to keep reading!
Thanks so much, Ravyn!
I like how Hunter gets his queer look back when having cards in hand.
I had recently scanned back all to the beginning and was wondering why his eyes were so shifty on his first couple of pages. Must be something the cards stir in him… 🙂
I think it’s his “performance” face. He has a flair for the dramatic after all and would probably have a series of facial expressions to emphasize different moods. It’s just in this case, his “sleight of hand” face is the same as his “I’m going to light you on fire” face.
At least that’s what I’m hoping in this case. Either way, Hunter is proving to be a great character.
Here’s to hoping nothing MORE sinister befalls the kid and the dog doesn’t accidentally burn up or get blown up. And you captured the “What is that human doing?” look of a dog perfectly. I think the author is a dog owner.
I will reintrete that it is nice to see Hunter’s more human side. In a way it is almost tragic to see this side of him and wonder all that must have happened to bring our characters to where they are today. You almost wish there was hope for them, yet sense that everything that has brought them to today will not end well.
Perhaps there’s at least hope for some closure? 🙁
Nice panel work.
Thank you kindly!
I love the panel style for the last 5, pretty cool
Thank you sir!
Just because someone isn’t a nice guy and willing to kill, doesn’t mean they shrug off human suffering and feel bad for a dying child.
It just goes to show you, everyone, even the bad guys, has a bit of kindness in them
See, having read all the Flashman Papers, Hunter strikes me more in Flashman’s mould than as an out and out baddie. He can be an utter scumbag, but its all to preserve his hide, and he isn’t really sadistic.
I don’t care how legendary a wanted hardcase bad mofo pyromancer you are…when a toddler hands you a play call phone, you answer that stuff–when a sick kind needs a card trick you shuffle, smile, and deal…
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