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    • CommentAuthorbobfole
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2008
     (1408.21)
    <blockquote>He probably killed your brothers just to make you crazy enough that he could get all the way into your head and do some rewiring.</blockquote>

    Forgive me if this has been posted about already but is there perhaps some degree of resistance non-freakangels can use against the mind reading?
  1.  (1408.22)
    Gorgeous as always and another intriguing scene. Keep it coming and I'll keep devouring.

    It seems to me that Connor is trying to make sure she breaks out of the the rewire herself rather than force her. That way he'll know she believes them.
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      CommentAuthorVespers
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2008
     (1408.23)
    Haha. I love the last line so much.
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      CommentAuthorBexx B.S.
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2008
     (1408.24)
    I think I have a comic crush on Connor! ;)
  2.  (1408.25)
    Again with the 'fookin'! Yeah yeah I know, they all talk like that up here in t'north ...!

    Tense episode this; loved the looks on her face as she sprung the knife. Art awesome as all get out; storyline continues to intrigue. Crap bandage job tho.
  3.  (1408.26)
    Best part was the dialogue, sharp as usual, and it's perfectly matched by Paul Duffield's superb and expressive artwork, especially the colors. Also, I'd say this is the best cliffhanger yet. Great episode.
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      CommentAuthorScottBieser
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2008 edited
     (1408.27)
    People complain about the short installments but six pages per week, fully colored, at this quality level, is fabulous out-put for one artist. Paul, did you guys set this up so that you're half-way through the book when the serialization starts, with the plan to have the serial not quite catch up to you by story's end?
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      CommentAuthorWalker James
    • CommentTimeMar 14th 2008 edited
     (1408.28)
    Oh yes. For some reason Freak Angels really hit me with this installment. The art and the story combined were a two hit combo. What I'm about to say may seem silly: I want a trade of this. I appreciate the generous offerings of two pros doing it for the love, don't get me wrong...however, I love the tactile sensation of flipping through pages. Here's to a Freak Angels hardcover when the story is all wrapped up. (Never gotten an Avatar hardcover, but I'm sure they're as sexy as the monthly books are.)

    @ Paul: I never usually like it when a non-Asian person draws anime/manga style art. That is besides Adam Warren. Now you are on that list of people who do it well. It shows you have a background in animation, it takes that flowing kanji hand to draw like you do.
  4.  (1408.29)
    Oooooo...

    What's great is that, if this were being printed as issues, THAT could have been the end of the first issue. Imagine having to wait a month after a cliffhanger like that.
    • CommentAuthoryo-yo
    • CommentTimeMar 15th 2008
     (1408.30)
    Bit of a cliffhanger there, innit?
    I love the story and the art is awesome. Can't wait for the next one.
  5.  (1408.31)
    Crap bandage job tho.


    *Realistic* bandage job. Head bandages are a bastard to do until you know the trick. Once you know the trick they are easy as anything, even if the punter is drunk and/or unconscious. Has the happy side effect of making them look like Axel Rose...

    I'm also intrigued by the pacing, hitting those six page beats every time. It'd be interesting to see how it works if/when collected into a dead tree version.
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      CommentAuthorGypsy
    • CommentTimeMar 18th 2008
     (1408.32)
    I love all the close-ups on the eyes; beautifully done, Paul!

    This is an intriguing little scene, very telling of these two characters, though, people have many facets...I am looking forward to seeing which way this little encounter goes.

    Thank you.