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For the next few weeks, art chores on this comic will be taken over by the fantastic Aggie of American Gothic Daily, a dark romance comic with vampires set in rural Tennessee. Aggie has also done some lovely fan arts for ROCR and has been taking part in both CameoComic and Evil Overlords United, adding her quirky touches to the latter several times a week.

For the same period that Aggie's working on Feral, I'll be taking over art chores on American Gothic Daily. We've been enjoying this swap a lot, and hope you will too; we do things very differently from how they've been done in our respective comics, but that's a big part of the fun!

NOTE: Many of the earlier pages of Feral are still for sale through my ComicSpace galleries, where you can see what they look like in their uncoloured, un-inked state. They're pretty cheap too, and all pages sold will be shipped with a colour print of the finished product.


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Comments

Could you please get back to work yourself, or just skip the comic on the whole? This stile realy, realy sucks majorly. It just doesn't fit, there's no humor in it, no life, no spirit. This is not Kel, it's a sorry substitute and not even that. It's not that they're bad drawings, not at all, but it's just not the Rogues. It's shitty.

Sorry, but it's just that.
Rgds,

Obom
Posted by Obom
No.
Posted by Reinder
I quite disagree with our rude-but-forthright friend. It is indeed quite a different style, hard but sweet, like rock candy perhaps... it shows the Rogues we know through another set of eyes and hands, like friends you thought you knew well that a new friend makes new, half-strangers yet themselves.
Posted by spinclad
As I said at the first page, I love this art swap. The only downside is that it can be difficult to recognice the characters. Fortunately, their strong personalities doesn't make it VERY difficult.
Posted by Stig Hemmer

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