Talk about an iron horse!
The intermission comic was decent, but I am glad that NTO is back!
what you said!
Separately, I’d like to comment that I am particularly struck by the reflections on the goggles while still seeing the eyes inside them. This is so well done!
Yes indeed, nice to have NTO back, and I hope Erin you were able to get some much deserved rest. Well I had to enlarge the page to see the detail, and my dear, you don’t miss a trick. Your attention to detail is amazing and most enjoyable. In Vane’s goggles, with her orange glowing eyes peering through them, I see a setting sun with mountain range? Even in the two little magnifiers coming off the right side of the goggles you see it. Flawless. Still have yet to figure out her Henry rifle pistol transformation and the whirling gears on it. Maybe some insight on that in the future. Or did I miss that somewhere?
I’m so glad to have a new NTO page!!! I loved the screwdriver seeming to stand in for the cigarette in the opening page. So Vane. And the drama of the setting – such a high, dangerous place for a big mechanical horse, and the usual total lack of concern on Vane’s face.
Welcome back. I hope your time away was what you needed it to be.
oh hey, Diamond found diamonds…
Will she make a sword-sword?
Yay! The story is back!
So glad to have NTO back.
Even if it meant – very little – extra work: I had to edit the Wonderful Webcomics page on my Provocative Praise blog to move NTO from hiatus to weekly.
Your work on this comic is one of the things that make we want to become a – cue in the Beatles – Paperback Webcomic Writer.
Is there any horse left with Diamonds?
I think only his pure, brave heart Ladybug.
I can’t help but wonder, exactly what it is those gears on her gun even do.
Is anyone else having this problem?
She has to use a clockwork gun because otherwise JHH would just detonate the bullets while they were still in the cartridge.
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