I’m going to post this image again incase we recover the latest page and upload over my “Emergency We Need to Post” Post. Anyway, behold the Hunter Black Issue Two Cover!
With the Issue Two cover Justin wanted something to do with the Web-Wolves. After creating a number of concepts I came up with the idea of a Web-Wolf looming over an unaware Hunter, mostly cause I thought it looked cool. This cover as well as pages 49 through 108 are collected into our second PDF that will very soon be available on Comixology for a mind blowing .99 cents!!! You should buy like….twelve digital copies.
We will make a post when it officially releases but until then, enjoy the sneak peek!!!
Neither Will nor I are the most sentimental people (although we both have our moments), and I don’t think I’m speaking out of turn when I say that we’re not especially “holiday people.” I mean, Will’s at the day job RIGHT NOW, as I type this, and I’m on the computer making sure that tomorrow’s page is ready to go.
But I think we’re both keenly aware of the things for which we have to be grateful. Today, I’m gonna say that for both of us, it’s the restaurant where we work. (When he reads this, his eyes will probably go “WTF?” wide.)
You see, an argument can be made that our restaurant is where each of us discovered the two most important people of our adult lives. Our restaurant is where he met his amazing girlfriend. Our restaurant is where I met my amazing wife.
It’s also where we met each other.
Without our restaurant, neither of us would be as happy as we are now. Neither of us would be pursuing our dreams in exactly the way that we are. And none of you would be reading this comic or this blog post.
So here’s to our restaurant. Here’s to Big & Tall Tales, Inc. Here’s to Kim and to Alma.
Here’s to you all. Thanks for reading.
Okay, the correct version of page 253 is uploaded, and the only difference is the blood…but it’s a pretty important difference.
As always, thanks for you patience, and thanks for reading!
This is one of those times when my meddling causes a snafu.
I had Will make a change to the page, which he gamely did. Somehow, that change never made its way to Jacob, who lettered the original version of the page rather than the amended version. I thought we’d caught it in time…but Jacob and I work WILDLY different schedules, and we were emailing each other without looking at the same things.
It happens. Page 253 will be a little different soon, and I think you’ll like it more.