I love Iosephus the Trader. I hope you guys will too.
These last few pages, Will did something I wasn’t expecting, and now I find that I have something new to work with. We had initially decided not to include non-human races in our setting. Then Will designed these guys that Iosephus is talking to. They look way too cool to change for some arbitrarily decided upon rule. So now I have to find a way to use them somewhere down the line. This is what rules about collaboration.
What the hell kind of weapon is that on that dude’s back in Panel One? I can’t wait to see someone swing one of those nasty things.
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Despite the way it may seem, Iosephus DOES NOT see Sordon’s ghost in Panel One. He’s a bit of a […]
Not to seem like I’m patting myself on the back, but I love the pregnant pause in Panel One, and […]
I didn’t realize when I started writing this series that one of the comic’s true strengths was going to be […]
You know, when I began writing this scene, I wasn’t intending to have a conversation between three characters all of […]
I’m starting to realize that half of what I do in this comic is come up with magical surrogates for […]
You know, I look at what I wrote on this page and, taken out of context, it seems like Brother […]
I love Will’s choice to do Panel One in silhouette, but to highlight the magical effects. Also, I had a […]