Page 114 – Listening In

Page 114 – Listening In

From the Writer Longfellow once said, “If we could read the secret history of our enemies, we should find in each man’s life sorrow and suffering enough to disarm all hostility.” I don’t think that’s true, but I do think there’s incredible value to hearing the stories...
Page 113 – Between Two Worlds

Page 113 – Between Two Worlds

From the Writer I confess to being a sucker for full page spreads. There are definitely times where I’ve had to resist adding one every three pages. I believe I’ve shown considerable restraint in this comic, so when Allison draws something as gorgeous as this, I get...
Page 112 – Reasons

Page 112 – Reasons

From the Writer A good rule of thumb when you’re writing in any medium is to have a built out backstory for all your main characters, even if that backstory never shows up. I don’t know if we’ll end up learning how each of the crew from the Skelter got their powers (I...
Page 111 – Just Peachy

Page 111 – Just Peachy

From the Writer It’s a good thing Lyra’s a pretty chill kid. Imagine how hard it would be to try to discipline a child who knew looking ahead exactly what your breaking point was going to be. In other news, I was at San Diego Comic Con all of last week. It was good,...
Page 110 – Objectives

Page 110 – Objectives

From the Writer Had me worried there for a second, Jack. One of the fun things about a collaborative medium like comics is that there’s space for you to be surprised within your own work. For example, the cough in the second-to-last panel was never part of the...