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Issue 3 - Page 02

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A temporary colorless page due to the wrist still being sore and little fiddly areas kicking my wrist's butt. I'll post the finished version as soon as I can, hopefully by this evening. Thanks guys.

And done. Sorry for the delay. I'm still having some tightness from the recent nerve flareup. Things are moving along, I just might be a little slow this week. Thanks for sticking with me.

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Comments [10]:

I'm always in awe with your detailed drawings. Such a great typewriter. Brings me back to the one my family had so many, many years ago. :)
Iron Ed
I remember high school typing class. We had a bunch of both manual and electric typewriters. We had to learn to use both! :-)
Unfortunately my only experience with typewriters was a large, clunky electric one at the library I used to work for. We only used it to type the spine labels and yet it jammed constantly.
Thanks. Luckily I ran across a few typewriter collectors online. They had some lovely photos of their collections. I've never seen a typewriter from before the 1980s.
Jeeves has one of those phrases for it, "in media res." Though where on Earth The Morning Post enters into the matter, he's never explained to me.
Oh, Bertie...
The artwork and story are worth the wait.
Thanks. I feel bad about the delays though. Usually flareups go down fairly quickly. This one's taking its sweet time. :P
So stoked to have these two in the comic. Why the hell not, I say!
Exactly! :D