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The characters will be in a long form story, and therefore has to have a complex personality that can be slowly examined The character will be in print and therefore must translate well into that medium, both aesthetically and conceptually (this is why I think 3D rendered comics tend to look strange, they don’t fulfill this need). Next, thank you to the readers whose voracious appetite for independent, creator owned comics gave us the fuel to get out of bed in the morning.

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Publisher: Image Comics (2003)

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