And here it finally is.
Again, all apologies, all the best, and an extra thanks for the extraordinary forbearance of Patrons (so close to $100!) and donors.
Just finished an archive dive (again) and got caught up, I absolutely love this. Your art is amazing, and the story is intriguing. Keeping the reader on a love/hate/confusion roller coaster of awesomeness. I want to keep braggin on your work, but I lack the vocabulary. So, me likey and thank you.
Appreciate the outpouring of kind words!
Quick, acclerate to 88 mph!
And invent the flux capacitor, post haste.
Uh-oh, time to get off the train. And as usual, this page was well worth the wait!
Beautifully drawn, Erin.
Thanks so much, Stupdendous.
As usual, your control impresses me most when you manage a change without our notice. Like the best and busiest actual days, I lost track of the time in the comic and the light is no longer early morning… And we’ve climbed up from the colorful autumn leaves of hardwoods to the darker somber greens of firs. I have to go back and look, but I recall that we’ve had blurred firs in the background of several scenes in recent pages, showing your careful planning of even subliminal details. You transitioned us from sun and bright colors and peace to shadows and monochrome and violence leading to the climax at the trestle.
And the quiet glimpse of the switch is the perfect place to leave this page. It’s interesting to me the different effects created by your plotting of each page. When you post them one at a time, the drama and building of suspense makes it smart to divide the story so each page is a unit with it’s own little mini cliff hanger or image that leaves you hungry for the next weekly installment. When it’s printed this has the effect of making the pages turn without the reader noticing. I can’t put it down, and I forget I’m reading a book.
Thanks for sticking with this even when it gets tough. And congrats on your week so far! May it double soon!
Your attention to detail is astounding! did you model the locomotive on a real engine? It looks like a 1880 Baldwin244.
Thank you so much for those webcomic links. I was introduced to Dresden Codak during a drunken discussion of time travel at Fort Knox, but now Lackadaisy is my latest webcomic addiction. Yours is still unique and wonderful, keep it up!
If I had been Hunter, I would have kept a low profile after she thought she had killed me and let her drive the train off the edge while I made a quiet getaway.
Mastrious, if that were the case that would be pretty much the end of the comic. It’s the love/hate relationship these two have for each other that keeps us all so damn fascinated with this web comic. 🙂
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