Story direction idea: After being captured, Vane is brought to court to pay for all her damages from cart-stealing, hand-shooting, town-burning, and the like. It results in a multimillion dollar dollar settlement. Vane takes up the job of a traveling magician to pay off her debts, entertaining at children’s parties with her whimsical tricks!
You forgot the part where she’s teamed up with a magical wise-cracking magician’s rabbit voiced by none other than the famous Ray Romano! HAHAHAHAHAHAHA ogodidontwanttoliveonthisplanetanymore
Just re-read to look for this guy again – didn’t even notice how he was there the whole time in town. Can you say if he’s Eli or Flint? She meets a lot of friendly westeners, hope she doesn’t screw this one over though haha.
Have been reading for a while, but first time commenting. I absolutely love both the storytelling and the art. (And I really miss horseback riding so it does make me a bit nostalgic reading this – you seem to understand them, how they’ll do anything for you as long as you ask the right way. Why did I ever think law school was a good idea!!)
You probably thought law school was a good idea because you were exposed to the astronomical cost of keeping horses. 😀
Thank you so much for the kind words — and, oh yeah: that’s Francis “Flint” Clinton offering her a lift. The dumpier ranchhand in the red is Eli Hicks.
Yay Flint! He understands a good vengeance quest.
Okay. Kick ass horse, it starts raining. and now they are going to chase him. If this was a movie I would sp hope they would put in the song “Thunderhorse” by Dethklok. I think it would fit perfectly. Don’t you agree?
I was actually doodling Diamonds a long time ago in PS and saved the WIP as “Thunderhorse” — does that count?
I actually was something of a fan of Metalocalypse — I say “was” because I haven’t seen the last season. There was that weird hiatus … thing … and I sort of lost track of it.
Took me a second to realise the camera turned in the second panel, not Vane
Yeah that’s kind of totally my fault. I almost broke the 180 rule there.
What about Diamond??
Rest assured, no one’s forgotten Diamonds.
Oh good, because I was wondering the same thing. Left behind with a nasty broken leg, and broken mechanical bits he just barely had a chance to get used to… =(
Gorgeous, love the close-up!
Wait… where did the gap go?
Assuming I understand you right:
It’s a ways back. You can see it hinted at in panels 2, 3 & 4. I [thought I] implied a fair amount of distance covered in the previous page.
I for some reason want to say nice job on the second to last panel. Weird, but it has a lot of…feeling? power? in it.
I dunno why that’s weird but I’ll take it either way. Thanks!
Hell hath no fury like a demonic woman out to kill ya! Wonder how many towns gonna get devastated by our two protagonists before there is no more town left for them to devastate?!?
I like overlaying the hands clasping with her mounting the horse at the end there, really clever.
Just cought up on reading. This is awesome, I loved the fire horse. o 3 o
Great subtlety in Vane’s expression in panel 3. Don’t think we’ve ever seen her pleasantly surprised. 🙂
On to the next town over?
I love how you show the rain just beginning to spot the clothes and horses.
Oh, and, Flint, stay away from her! She’s trouble!
Sleep and housework have suffered (more) since I found this comic.
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