dcr3_script_page_19Some minor scale/perspective issues, but nothing I can’t live with. Also fairly minimal on the line art, which ought to counter-balance the next couple of pages. Possibly the next seventeen. While a few pages ought to be fairly straightforward, the rest of the chapter is as uphill for work as it is downhill for pages.

It’ll also be a bit slower in coming – work has kicked into gear again, and my little Sobriety Retreat-slash-Comic Marathon ends this weekend – July will be high gear again, huzzah!

I plan to get at least one more page done before then – 3.20 marks the end of any pretense DCR may have had of masquerading as a “college comic.” Enjoy the normal, folks – it ends here!

Unrelated – turns out there’s a happy fun glitch in the CSS that hasn’t manifested itself until now. That’s what I get for being terse, I suppose. I can’t be arsed to hunt it down and fix it now – it’s easier to just blather for a paragraph or two. Later for website mechanics – when my head’s in comic land, it doesn’t take kindly to the parts of ATC that aren’t pages. There’s, oh…. years of evidence to support this!


Mastering notes, 2016.12.05 – Tweaked levels in panel one, removed the decal from Jesse’s shirt.

Cast

  • The youngest Templar in the Terran ranks, Emily’s first “real” assignment is a doozy – as a “deep cover” observer tasked to fulfill the Waking God Protocols, Emily finds herself living the complicated double...

  • The older and more experienced of the two agents assigned observational duties in Pittsburgh, Jesse has specialized in Remote Viewing and intuitive information gathering – skills that are particularly useful in the target-rich swamp...

  • A traumatic Awakening in the summer of 1997 was just the beginning of Thad’s emotional problems. The disappearance of most of his Pittsburgh friends a few weeks later compounded his issues and, while he...

  • The king of social engineering, the crown prince of noise, and a self-described “Post-American Electro-Snob.” Jason has a deep interest in industrial, electronic, ambient, metal and gothic music, and a well-researched interest in radio...

Glossary Articles

  • Pittsburgh

    Most of Dead City Radio takes place in and around Pittsburgh, the so-called “Paris of Appalachia.” Thad is still living there at the beginning of The Dualist, though most of his friends from art...

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