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Jan 2018

Chapter 14: Page 3 – Unread Dossier

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Pff, reading is for chumps. And AI assistants. REAL men just shoot things and ram thru walls.

Oh, Tenzin…

Edit: Colors! Seba’s having some technical difficulties that will slow don page production this month. Check out these other Spiderforest comics while you wait!

 

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  • Chris Kotthoff

    “OH YEAAH!”

    • *quietly steals for the edited colors*

      • Matt [in Middletown]

        Kool-Aid Tenzin?

  • Amberlight

    If it was a normal person in that suit I’d be worried about them getting a concussion from ramming a concrete wall head-on.
    With Tenzin though…

    • Matt [in Middletown]

      “Nothing important was damaged by this impact.” -Jane.

  • Chris

    Not sure if you plan on coloring this page, but I like the black and white of it.
    Tenzin is probably thinking in black and white right now. Lack of emotion.

    • Colors on their way, but yes, Tenzin just needs Black and White…and Red. Lots of red.

      • Honza Prchal

        Black, white, and red all over. Cue wickedly deranged laughter.

      • DeNitro

        Black and white and RED,,

        Sorry, for that thought,, now it seems everyone is thursty for Fruit Punch,, LoL

      • Amberlight

        Hm. How about making black-white-red version of one of the upcoming pages, the one with most violence and bullet holes in people? That should be cool.

  • Delta-v

    Tenzin Dorje: Demonstrating the excellent strategy and tactics that got his entire command destroyed, while dismissing a person who can destroy deathbots without losing body parts.

    That’s our boy. ^^

    • T.R.

      Tenzin has a fever, and the prescription is more bull-rush. :)

  • Matt [in Middletown]

    Tenzin: Heroically never reading dossiers or briefing files since he got his Capt bars.

    • Honza Prchal

      That resembles 3/4 of our last Presidents when it came to national security information. Meep!
      That said, Who are they rescuing from whom? – this question has been brought to you by the fine people of “Bring back whom, and make it snappy!” and myself.

  • T.R.

    So how soon do we find out who Tenzin & team are rescuing?

    • Rescuing? BOring

      • T.R.

        So maybe a different type of extraction? Where the extractee is less enthusiastic and would rather stay put with their mates instead of meeting the Dust Witch?

        Those guards on the right aren’t going to the wall to repel an attack, they’re going to the person near the bearded guard in the foreground. I’m thinking that he’s (or she’s) high value – either a valuable captive, or a high ranking member of the group that’s about to be Tenzin’s roadkill.

        • Dead guard, yes. I found a problem there: Thalia’s Railgun would leave a pretty nasty destruction on the head and we more or less try to avoid gore, so I went with shadow for that poor guy

          • Yeah, there really wouldn’t have even been any head left if we were being more realistic XD

          • Honza Prchal

            Burst or shock effect could account for that – perhaps a second guard lounging near that shot.

          • T.R.

            It’s obvious with the colors added. Though the shot appeared to come from higher elevation (left to right), with Tenzin and Co. going uphill to the site, so I thought the shot may have come from whoever signaled to them. No worries.

          • Ah the signal came from up the mountain, but the target was more downhill in the valley.

  • Dang, Seba. The shadows and coloring on that first panel is downright gorgeous. How did you manage to make a close-up on a face atmospheric? Inquiring minds want to know!