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    • CommentAuthorpisgah
    • CommentTimeFeb 15th 2008
     (1034.21)
    We're all just killing people now. Thanks.
    • CommentAuthorbre
    • CommentTimeFeb 15th 2008
     (1034.22)
    that was awesome... i'm totally hooked.
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      CommentAuthorFerburton
    • CommentTimeFeb 15th 2008
     (1034.23)
    I love the art. Beautifully done. Good thing to come home to from a long day of work.
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      CommentAuthorChrisSick
    • CommentTimeFeb 15th 2008
     (1034.24)
    That's a beautiful start to the morning.
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      CommentAuthorWendalyn
    • CommentTimeFeb 15th 2008
     (1034.25)
    Gosh that art is lovely. The colours and textures are what really get me, luminescent and smoky at once, it's so steampunk appropriate.
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    Lovely. Lonely.

    Wet.
    • CommentAuthorpeteloaf
    • CommentTimeFeb 15th 2008
     (1034.27)
    Looking forward to more.
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      CommentAuthorBexx B.S.
    • CommentTimeFeb 15th 2008
     (1034.28)
    brilliant! can't wait to see the outcome!
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      CommentAuthorZ
    • CommentTimeFeb 15th 2008
     (1034.29)
    Stunning.

    Thanks, Mr Ellis & Mr Duffield. Much appreciated. Looking forward to the next episode..

    - Z
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    Intriguing stuff and I like the art. I shall be pimping it far and wide.
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    So... when can I get a FA jacket?
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      CommentAuthorThom B.
    • CommentTimeFeb 15th 2008
     (1034.32)
    Oh marvelous,
    For some reason I never saw the steam part coming (in spite of all the gears all over the place). Nice to it taken out of the 19th century, very refreshing and just what the doctor ordered. Love the art and I'm very excited to see where the story leads.
    Looks like epic win to me.
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    Just curious, could you explain why there's a page transcript... that's a functionality/reader related thing, maybe?

    Anyway, Warren great job.

    Paul if you're on here - well done - looks amazing!
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    Loved it. Particularly the art. I haven't got enough of a sense yet of the characters, so I don't really have much to say about that. But I'm definitely excited about more.
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      CommentAuthoremsie
    • CommentTimeFeb 15th 2008
     (1034.35)
    Wonderful, Wonderful, wonderful - I am placing my jaw back as we speak.
    You two are masters at what you do. *hug*
    • CommentAuthorLordFluffy
    • CommentTimeFeb 15th 2008
     (1034.36)
    I'm curious to see where this goes.

    Thanks, Uncle Warren (and Mr. Duffield for the artwork and anybody else involved with the project who doesn't scream as loud as Mr. Ellis.)

    Peace.
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      CommentAuthorZoetica
    • CommentTimeFeb 15th 2008
     (1034.37)
    it's beautiful.
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      CommentAuthorLucifal
    • CommentTimeFeb 15th 2008
     (1034.38)
    Art and story seem to go hand in hand. Vocab nicely played down. A very apt scene baring in mind the Radio 4 programme I listened to yesterday that said don't worry at all about the icebergs melting, they won't make a turd's worth of difference. Worry about Iceland. It's the ice meting off the land that's gonna raise the seas worldwide by seven meters, that's right: twenty-three feet higher than at present. And me living in the flood plains of Linconshire about three hundred meters away from a sea wall (though you can't actually see the see from there, it's all overgrown . . . at the moment). So maybe moving the base of Murky Depths to here was rather appropriate (and unfortunate).
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    Just curious, could you explain why there's a page transcript... that's a functionality/reader related thing, maybe?

    Lets people quote dialogue in web conversations/emails with a simple swipe/copy/paste. Also makes it a little easier to, say, provide translations into other languages.
  7.  (1034.40)
    Lets people quote dialogue in web conversations/emails with a simple swipe/copy/paste. Also makes it a little easier to, say, provide translations into other languages.

    Ah, cool.