Yay, early story callbacks!  And YES, I know this is more of Sarah being grossly unfair to Mike, but still.  I’m glad you’re sticking with me, because this makes sense, I promise!  At least, I hope it does.  In fact, one of you has already put at least part of it together, but I don’t want want to wreck it by telling!

Anyway, I’m particularly happy with this page.  I often feel like there are only brief moments where I can really work up to my full potential – I don’t know why.  Some artists are just 100% on all the time and make it seem effortless, but for me, there are only rare moments where I feel like I’ve conveyed the whole of what I want to convey without compromising something.  This page is one of them.  The way Sarah is talking and the ambiguities, the mood swings (which are concomitant with her character and experiences), and the crazed expression in the last panel especially.  It’s one of the more complex moments and I really do hope I pulled it off because I’m very happy with it.

One never knows, however – and all this, I know, is probably driving away people who want me to get back to the tank battles and the kill-bots.  There are those, too, I promise.

Anyway, here we are at week two of New Comic Month at the SpiderForest Webcomic Collective, so here are some new members to showcase!  Enjoy!

I, Mummy:
An impulsive teenager turned mummy investigates her own murder with the assistance of a cantankerous ghost. Our story occurs in a future based on predictions from the late 1800s—a future where everyone can fly and there’s no such thing as wi-fi.

When a coup for power sends the world’s superhuman population into all out war, humanity is pushed to the brink of extinction. In their final hour a weapon designed to strip power from all superhumans is unleashed. On some, it works. Others become something far worse.