Abe isn't getting off so easy. As established, the beast represents something unresolved deep in his unconscious mind that must be dealt with...and besides, I want to see more action (and I did set his weapon to stun in my last panel. "STUN! STUN! STUN!" :))
LOL Chris will not be denied!!!!!I wanna see some gut busting!!!!!!!
Heehee...this is great!! I'd call dibs, but, I'm so deep in getting ready for my next gallery show!
Borderless panel! Way to introduce a new layout element, Chris. I'm gonna need some time to ponder Abe's situation before I dive in.
My thinking was that the beast stomped down with such force that it exploded the panel borders. The simplified color to make it read faster, like a gun flash.
Professor Bailey is in the house. Take notes, kids.
Ha! Exploded the panel borders! Priceless. Chris, I can't believe you chose the giant monster action over the hot chick that was coming up behind him.
Scott, I read my Will Eisner! :)In general, I try not do anything without a reason and only allow myself one arbitrary decision per problem...And it's usually the first one.Mike, the girl is a ghost (or figment of Abe's imagination)...not a whole lot to grab a hold of, if you know what I mean. :)
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