just when i thought it was turning to blue and orange morality, it shifts back to Gray and Gray
Wait, which one of them would be blue?
The light in this chapter just continues to amaze me. I love the way it falls on Hunter’s cheek in panel three. It’s just lovely. As is the lighting on the guard’s face from the lasso.
Thanks so much!
Blue and Orange means “Both mindsets are so alien to our own that neither of them is either Good or Bad”
Once again, amazing artwork. I like the novel use of the fire as a rope.
Probably would have been simpler for Hunter to just kick him while he leaned like that but he’s always looking for new ways to show off.
Not only is he pulled off the train, but a noose will keep him from making any sound while it happens…….. slick, Hunter!
He’s not buyin it in the third panel.
If that fellow survives the fall Hunter may have just saved his life, accidentally. Dr. Black seems to be resorting to new levels of collateral damage.
And of course, NTO continues to inspire awe with both storytelling and art. Was happy to recommend it to a friend only recently exploring the webcomic medium.
Possibly! And thank you so much!
Have you had a look at Patreon? It’s like Kickstarter but with on going donations for people who want to donate a small amount regularly.
I have looked into it briefly; a friend is badgering me to get an NTO Patreon going. It seems (to me) like folks wouldn’t be any more inclined to donate through it than via the Grubstaker’s Circle or straight PayPal donations but it seems to be working for some. Time-permitting I’ll probably go ahead and give it a try. Thanks for chiming in; I’m more inclined to get it going knowing people are familiar with Patreon and looking to back things that way.
A few well known youtubers have started up pages since the New copyright monitoring on that site make earning off videos tricky. At the very least it’s another avenue to explore.
Well here you are, sir.
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