love the page and holy crap Diamonds is still alive oh god he’s going to go the way of old Yeller isn’t he
Weird fire-based zombie horse, perhaps? She DOES need a friend
Thanks, Valentine, and time will tell.
Poor Diamonds. Why does she delay, I wonder?
On a totally unrelated note, it suddenly strikes me what a great fireman a pyrokinetic would make!
Is that a Thing, a Thing of some sort of significance, glowing on poor Diamonds’ saddle?
The glowing thing on Diamonds’ saddle looks like a petal from one of those SUNflowers to me. Could be wrong totally.
Thanks, ma’am! 😀
Gentlemen, we can rebuild her. Stronger, faster, with more cogs and gears. We have the steam technology.
i am glad to see him get shot so far its like nothing can hurt him which is kind of boring i hope she gets more shoots in, give the female gunslinger a spring gun which shoots metal stakes or maybe hand grenades so if they catch on fire they blow up ?
She had one when they first met he blew it up.
or maybe a new character, a warlock or wizard who can create water ? so far not much unlucky stuff happens to the bad guy you would think if he is always lighting things on fire a dozen sheiffs would be chasing make the female character more powerful or something it still seems like she doesnt have even a chance at stoping him
He allready has a huge bounty, and to be quite honest:
If you were an average Joe, using Blackpowder guns…
would you try to catch someone who can blow the up in your hand?
And by the way, I begin to doubt he is the Bad Guy.
He is wanted for murder, witchcraft, arson and destruction of property, but our *heroine* isn’t any better.
She used a rocketlauncher in a city, and the blact could have easily killed some innocent bystander,
she bleeds black and survives being hanged, witchcraft anyone?
She robbed some poor blokes, that only helped her.
And I just noticed something.
Page 24, chapter 1? where he walks away froma fire, looking at his watch? The flashback?
It’s the funeral from the first pages. Where we see her siluette rising from the fire after the cask exploded
(if you look closely you se her siluette on page 24 as well)
Mayb he even revived her.
So I think it is quite hasty to assume that he is THE villain.
A villain, maybe, but that doesn’t mean he is the Big Bad of the story.
Good catch, Jef. 🙂
I am having fun with stuff like that, one reason archive trawling is my hobby.
And nice job doing it so subtle.
Keep on rocking, and if I ever raise my head out of broke-as-hell-ville I’ll do my part 😉
Hey! What about Marshall Snowman?
I’m keeping a lookout on the horizon for that ice-cold hombre!
Loved your comics, great read amazing art.
Thank you very kindly! 😀
NOoooooooooooo Diamond! She’s still alive. Ughhhhh. Shoot her already! My emotions didn’t get really involved in this comic until now.
N.T.O. rocks! Great art and engaging characters. I like how you’ve made them mysterious. On SunPrairie pg.6 you can see her reflection in the window so she can’t be a vampire. Demon perhaps? It would explain her undead qualities,glowy eyes and fireproofness. Maybe she made a deal to come back and Hunter found out. Most undead tend to burn nicely. He seemed surprised to see her when he came out of the burning saloon. They certainly don’t seem to want each other dead now though. He could have blown up the rocket canisters she had and she had a clear head shot. As for the horses I’ll bet he has an “Ace” up his sleeve ( and a “Spade” too)! Is Hunter collecting items? Mayhaps? I sure hope he’s packin’ some healing magic! Oh, and she just blew up the life savings of those two guys she stole the dynamite from. If she didn’t kill ’em she may wish she had!
Awesome summation (or is it?)! Glad you found the comic and thanks so much!
Beautiful page! Great Drawing and design… and very emotive.
Vane’s expression in the last panel says “I can use him”, not “I can save him.”
poor horsie. Two horses down. 🙁 This comic is SOOOOO BEAUTIFUL! I love it.
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