The Gennesine River crosses the main continent of our setting; it is also known as the Black Ribbon, due to its meandering path and its dark waters. These names are also used by our thief, because the river is a massive smuggling thoroughfare; more illegal money goes through the Black Ribbon than anywhere else. Gennesine the thief leaves a piece of black ribbon in places that she has robbed…usually.
He knows not the seeds he sows.
The city of Riverwalk is a location unique to Hunter Black…there is no homage here, or harkening to RPGs that we’ve played.
It occurred to me much later that, for someone who “doesn’t haggle,” he ends up negotiating price with Hunter more […]
Not to seem like I’m patting myself on the back, but I love the pregnant pause in Panel One, and […]
Will told me that he wanted to have Hunter all ninja’ed out for this scene…and I hated the idea. But […]
The faster readers will notice that this page has been slightly altered in terms of dialogue, with Hunter beginning to […]
The Black Ribbon’s Design is FANTASTIC. The scarf adds a dynamic element that I love. The goggles COULD evoke the […]
His name is Barquaasi, which is shortened by some to “Bark,” which is why some people call him “The Cur.” […]
Thus endeth Hunter Black Book One. Every Book isn’t going to be 48 pages, and to be honest, if and […]
I didn’t realize when I started writing this series that one of the comic’s true strengths was going to be […]
The Fishmonger and the Fishwife were born from a single simile that David Eddings used once or twice in The […]
I love how trippy the Black Ribbon looks decked out in her nun’s habit. Having her in this outfit was […]
Yes, we have no dialogue. All will be made clear. I’ll bet you can deduce the nature of some of […]
Ooooooooh ooh!! Man, I’ve been waiting for this kind of thing EVER SINCE WE STARTED THIS COMIC. If you’ve ever […]
Oh yeah, this page is one we’ve been waiting for for a long time now. Any guesses as to why?
So Will and I were looking over the next batch of pages today, including this one, as I was making […]