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It’s not quite what you think.
Not quite what I thought?
Oh no, is Ultra lad a skrull?
Great to see this get some play.
Well done. Now this is using the net as a publicity tool to market your product. Well thought out and with strong content. Here is one place I’ll frequent more often. This is how webcomics should be made.
Thanks for the love. Much appreciated and totally unsolicited!
Now for a shameless plug:
For some hilarity, read my Next-Door Neighbor story at SMITH magazine:
Thanks so much!
Some visually confusing spots, but very beautiful work.
The colors and fonts made me think the cover was an old ad for laundry detergent or toilet paper :D
Joe is one of the most under-appreciated artists in the business.
I’m glad to see Joe getting this extra attention, Ultra-Lad is one of the most exciting, darkly beautiful and well illustrated super-hero stories out there, bar none.
Fantastic work, Joe!!
Awesome art and design! Well done package over all. Looks like a lot of love went into to this one.
I know there is a story in there but I guess I’ll have to wait until the end to make sense of it all. Hmmmm…. Could this be an intended response the artist/writer is seeking with the work as a metaphor for life? Interesting…
Thanks again to all of the commentators. Some very flattering things have been said and now I am going to get a valve placed in my forehead to relieve some of the swelling. I’ll forward my medical expenses on to you all. In particular:
Thanks Tim, Tone, Marcus, Scott, George, Al and Mark and of course, Heidi. I hope to see you all commenting at the Act-i-vate site!
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