Post examples of your sequential story telling work like comics, animation storyboards, and layouts.
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I like the dark, brooding feeling that you get in the later pages. However, I think the first page is too light and could benefit from that darkness also. It seems too bright for the creature to sneak up on his victims. Also, page 1, panel 5 the body position of the guy looks odd. I wouldn't expect his back to be arched. I expected him to be slumped on the ground, especially since he just got smashed up against the wall.
I really like the rendering of Batman in the last page.
Good job! I look forward to seeing more!
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Nice! Eating that unborn baby - had to laugh, great stuff!
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