I had the privilege of drawing Mute. Its finally up on Kickstarter and we are currently raising money to get the book produced. Please take a minute to check it out, donate and/or reblog so we can get this project going! Tumblr won’t post my link so PLEASE HIT THE “K” on the upper left to get to our page.
MUTE is a 48-page modern noir comic, written by Frank Cvetkovic and drawn by Michael Harris, that deals with the consequences of honest mistakes.
MUTE follows Adrian Kim, a deaf steel mill worker, and his ladyfriend, Meg, as they find themselves on the run from a ruthless killer, after Adrian accidentally mistakes the killer’s smartphone – filled with incriminating evidence of grisly murders – for his own.
Sir, this looks pretty sweet!
White Noise is a post apocalyptic comic about a boy named Wren. He also happens to have a friend he talks to in a sort of dreamscape called Winter. The story is that aliens invaded earth years ago, and performed experiments on the people. The apocalypse is actually the after math of the aliens stopping the earths rotation for a few moments, which caused all hell to break loose.
Anyways, the art is amazing, the plot takes a little bit to actually get into, may require a few read throughs so you can pick up on some minor details, but overall, the character design is awesome, the story as a whole so far is amazing, and I can’t wait to read more.
As always, I hope you enjoy, as much as I do.
I have it on good authority that White Noise only keeps getting more awesomer from here on out, so you’d best start reading it now!
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Let this be a life lesson, never trust a ninja! Unless you’re employing said ninja, then you can probably trust him/her/it. Also, we finally find out what Yukizane’s been doing since we last saw him; cozying up with the kunoichi! What a smooth operator.
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I recently saw Frozen for the second time. Maybe it’s just that I knew what to expect going in and wasn’t as disappointed with what i felt were some missed opportunities, but I enjoyed it quite a bit more the second go around. Granted, I thought it was great the first time, too, but with the subsequent viewing, I was definitely noticing a lot more of the visual flair of the film.
I still wish we’d gotten a great villain song to round out the soundtrack near the end. Or a big emotional song right at the climactic moment between Anna, Elsa, and Hans. Disney musicals exist for that kind of musical accompaniment to their finales!
Masuhiro gives a stern lecture to his brother in law on the next page.