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Apparition

On a seemingly simple mission to retrieve some questionable material, we're introduced to our first look of our protagonist Avery Chase - a space man doing the hard and dangerous space jobs for hard earned space cash. This first mission sets the scene for a wild ride completely manipulated by one single instance  that will have consequences much larger than anyone would like to imagine.

Though each episode has a resolution of its own, reading through them collectively will paint a better picture of the overall universe. What better place to start from than the beginning?

This episode contains 24 pages to begin the saga of Avery Chase.

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PDF/24 Pages/Colour/Episode 1

StatusReleased
CategoryComic
Rating
(7)
AuthorC.Bedford
Made withAdobe Photoshop
Tags2D, Comics, Sci-fi, Space
LanguagesEnglish
LinksPatreon

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Avery Chase Place to Place - Episode1 - Apparition.pdf 39 MB

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This is... excellent! You've clearly put a lot of thought into the character design, and I love the colors and overall drawing style.

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The visuals and panel layout are a masterpiece!
Dino is a fun foil. I like how ze teases Avery for chickening out on something that ze can't do anyway.
I enjoyed the worldbuilding, but there is not enough 'show, don't tell.' in this first episode. Especially the reference to 'clicks,' would be improved by just integrating the money context into the dialog. For example, Avery: "five clicks was a lot of money for us back then!"
I had trouble reading the font, though it got easier by the end. I also would have preferred an e-reader layout as opposed to the print layout.

The writing could be tighter but your artwork shows a TON of promise. Well done.