Wow! Great comic.
Wow, thanks, Jeff! Your illustrations are super slick so that means a lot to me. 😀
Just read the archive, This looks like a comic I’m adding to my list. Keep up the great work!
Awesome! and thanks! 😀
Found you at Topwebcomics.com as a vote icon.
Hey, thanks for buying the ad space on my comic! You’re art is stunning. I’m bookmarking.
Awesome! Thanks! 🙂
I came across this because of the Project Wonderful ad that you had running on my comic. I read through your first six pages here and the story is great so far! Keep it up!
I’ve got you listed in my reader and I’m looking forward to reading more of the series!
Always nice not to hate the comics advertising on your site! Seriously, though: thanks!
Incidentally, you’ve got some great, diverse artists working on Mystery Solved; it’s quite the smorgasbord.
Very interesting so far! I love the art, and I’m really big on Westerns, so I’ll be keeping up with this one!
Rad; I’ll look forward to seeing you around! 😀
Wow, holy crap the art is amazing, The story is starting to pick up a bit as well.
I like this comic so far, I’m intrigued.
Thanks so much! I hope you’ll stick around!
You have a nice flair for faces. Too many artists seem to draw the same faces without much variety. In your work, I can get a bit of insight into the personality of a character merely through the composition of the faces.
Very nice. Looking forward to more.
By the way, I have to wonder at the last two panels. The sheriff seems a bit disappointed (or perhaps relieved? I notice his hand is on his holster in panel 6) that the mysterious woman in a poncho is leaving. The sheriff seems idle for now, despite a famous outlaw being in his town. Did he hope she’d take care of him because he can’t? Is the woman with the clockwork weapons a witch hunter? Bounty hunter? Both?
This page raises a lot of questions.
OK, scratch Rhett Butler. His ‘voice’ has now become that of Doc Holiday from the movie “Tombstone”. This guy seems unflappable and capable of going from chivalrous, charming Louisiana plantation owner to a charmingly murderous psychopath in a heartbeat.
Loving it so far , I’m afraid I’ll blast through all of those pages today 😀
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