Okay! Here’s the missing final panel from Monday’s comic. Does this work better as its own update, or would it have been best at the end of that comic? I wonder.
Either way, I’ve put them together the make a single comic (as I originally intended), so you can read it that way instead. Click for full size:
Thanks for the patience. More to come!
What the heck dude?
No. This definitely does NOT work better as it’s own page. It’s like… one panel of Jesus just looking concerned. If anything it just looks like his delayed reaction to the last page.
No. Shouldn’t have done that. Should have given us a real page. You’ve done one-panel pages before but this was the most pointless of them. Look, it’s even so small.
Well, I asked… 😛
To be clear, this panel was absolutely meant to be from the same page as the last update – time constraints forced me to split it up into two updates as I didn’t want to miss Monday outright, but they were never intended to be separate. Perhaps I should have just missed Monday’s update and posted the page in its entirety today instead? Oh well – too late now.
This afternoon I’m going to put them together properly and add a link to that image as well, on both updates, so it can be seen the way it was originally intended.
I’m OK with a one panel quick update but a couple of words from Ares urging him along would make it work all the more better given their friction…
Funny enough, I actually did put a line in for Ares originally — some “let’s move, Messiah boy” kind of deal — but thought it came across too glib, so I took it out. (Then again, this is Ares, so maybe I was overthinking that one?)
Ultimately I wanted to let the expressions speak for themselves. Whether or not that was successful, I don’t know. But there will be more friction between Jesus and Ares after this comic, I promise. 🙂
That was exactly the response I was thinking he was going to give…Now that you mention his face, that does speak volumes about the situation.
I hope he at least gets a few words of support for his sister to calm down Jesus…if he doesn’t tell him to clam up outright.
I just remembered that Ares is a villain in Wonder Woman… man this is now just awkward.