Demon Hunters: Back from the Dead – Page 23
Take THAT, series of panels depicting sequential scenes!
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Wow… Just wow…
What an amazing looking page!
I especially like how the glass shard images appear to be the same angle as the shard, like a true reflection.
I’m not 100% happy with my results, but I’m glad it came across. This page was so much fun for me. I kinda want to do it again.
Now I realize why Jim ran off the page, he knew it would get punched to pieces.
Channelling his inner Deadpool no doubt.
Or perhaps it is the other way around.
Love the use of the glass piece for the different scenes. Also Wolf looks amazing!
Now my brain is stuck in cross genre wolf 359
………………….I like him. I really like this guy.
Wolf’s real superpower is his extremely dexterous jaw, capable of biting a man’s skull while still keeping hold of his cigar.
I guess he’s got some tongue skills.
and he just had to show off his mad brain eating skills right.
This page either has the longest or shortest script so far…
This is the actual, full text description for this page in the script:
This is a full page of Wolf just kicking the Christ out of everyone and everything. As many panels as you see fit. This is my gift to you, for dealing with all of my words. Enjoy!
It seems that you should give Ben so much free space more often. I suggest that you Marvel method the rest of the comic 😉
I’m just going to start improvising the rest of the series. It’s just gonna be Wolf fighting all the things.
That could be a cool filler mini-series.
ULTIMATE WARRIOR: Wolf Edition!
That sounds about right.
Interludes? Thou hast intrigued me, sirs. 😉
Uh… we got a “Brock Samson” on line one. He sounds… agitated.
The script for this scene was pretty much “Go watch ‘Dia de los Dangerous!’ again.”
Thank you for the Brock ref!