Comic 38 - The Cull - Chapter 2 - Page 7

3rd Feb 2015, 1:32 AM in The Book
The Cull - Chapter 2 - Page 7
Average Rating: 5 (3 votes)
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Author Notes:

Singring 3rd Feb 2015, 1:32 AM edit delete
Sorry about the delay! Work has been brutal in the new year and I've more or less run out of buffer.

I endeavor to maintain weekly updates, but for the foreseeable future, it will probably be a pin-up or something along those lines followed by a new page the following week.

This comic has just cracked the 2,000 visitors barrier, so next weekend will be a celebration of stay tuned!

This is another of those dreaded 'exposition' pages, I tried to keep the angles interesting and I like the way the centre panel on the bottom half of the page turned out.

The main message on this page is probably that there are things going on in the hive that neither the Goddess nor the Huntress Prime will be too pleased with. I wonder how long they can get away with it?

Thanks for the comments guys! You're one of the reasons I keep soldiering on!


chris-tar 3rd Feb 2015, 4:22 AM edit delete reply
So that's one of the main reasons for the cull, to be able to select your mate. I am sure the cull is more complex and has other meanings as well, but that is very interesting indeed.
Also, I assume that in this world there is no birth control? If so, I wonder what the policy for a child out of wed lock is?
In the old days, whoever had your baby became your wife.
Singring 8th Feb 2015, 12:09 AM edit delete reply
There are a lot of aspects to the Cull yet to explore...and many things will happen before we get there, but it will be epic to say the least!

You have some really interesting thoughts on birth control and childbirth - it is a complex issue in this world, but you have given me the inspiration to maybe explore this a bit more - I can envision some cool plot twists and character conflict around that. Thanks as always!
shinka 4th Feb 2015, 9:19 PM edit delete reply
great page!

always good art and pov
Singring 8th Feb 2015, 12:11 AM edit delete reply
Thanks! I think changing up the POV once in a while helps keep dialogue scenes alive. And it's always a good idea to challenge oneself artistically with some weird angles.