After his ex-girlfriend's accident, young Manhattan investigator Jack Arthur is transferred to an independent detective agency in Nassau County. At the same time, up-and-coming mob boss Pinhead Miyamoto is determined to avenge the murder of his adopted father.
As the violent attacks on detectives and civilians increase, Jack is thrown into a violent rivalry with Miyamoto, finding he may be the only man able to keep the village from falling apart...
Updated unevenly. Warnings for violence and mild sexual situations.
Jack, you are terrible at pretending to be a hobo.
This was my first time doing the frames digitally, in which I'd print the finished grid out and add artwork. I don't know if I'd do that again, since it seemed to almost take the soul out of this page.
Down from the land of the ice and snow.
The faces of the street people are interesting, especially the one with the short hair. As for the frames, well, yes, they seem a little tight, but the art work is good. Nothing wrong with experimenting! Here's a thought: I employed a slightly abused ruler to guide the pencil for the frames in " Criminal Soup ", and then inked the lines freehand. It was the only part I used a ball-point pen on. Mind you, there was a risk that the stupid thing could have leaked, or smeared if I was careless. Maybe you could try that. It might work, even without an abused ruler!
Keep up the good work!