On the Verge – The Arrow of Time – Page 300-301
And here we go, page 300! I can’t believe that I’ve completed and posted 300 pages of story – it’s just kind of nuts to think about…
Anyway, how to explain this spread… I think that the only way to possibly explain my thinking is that this is pretty much the complete opposite of the opening bunch of pages from this chapter. If you remember, pages 262-263 were time exploding and everything was stark black & white. To me the logical flip of that was this full colour spread.
And that’s it for Chapter 9! I can’t thank you guys enough for sticking with me through all of this. Next week, the final chapter and the conclusion to THE ARROW OF TIME begins.
Wrapping up THE BUTTERMAN
If you haven’t been following along on Twitter (and if not, how come?!?!?), then you will not have heard that I’ve pretty much wrapped up work on THE BUTTERMAN. Right now I’m in the process of doing some final edits to the dialogue and then that will be a wrap.
I will say that this is all pretty bittersweet since this will be the last OTV story that I’ll be working on for the next little bit. In fact, today marks the 6 year anniversary of my very first post here on this site and the beginning of my On the Verge Project. Fast forward 6 years and I’m literally just posting the 300th page in THE ARROW OF TIME story. And that doesn’t even count the 150-200 other pages of On the Verge short stories like THE BUTTERMAN that I’ve finished during that time as well.
Anyway, two final points before I wrap up this post.
- THE BUTTERMAN is coming. I’ll have lots more to share shortly about this one, so stay tuned.
- I started work on my next comic project yesterday (Monday) and I’m super excited to share that with everyone. But again, I’ll have lots more to share about that one soon.
And that’s it. Thanks to everyone for sticking with me for the past 6 years! And if you’re just getting started now, there’s over 300 pages of story for you to dig through and enjoy. See you next week as we jump into the last chapter.
Source: On the Verge