Thief to Hero pg 1

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Assault – Thief to Hero Webcomic page 1 This story has a long and sometimes boring backstory as to how it came about. Firstly, the main character started off as something of Iron Man if he had stolen all the technology instead of inventing it himself. His name came from a list I made at… Continue reading Thief to Hero pg 1

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Assault – Thief to Hero Webcomic page 2 At first I wanted the two guys in the story, Assault and Armor, to have broken into a high-tech lab and steal the plans for a new exo-skeleton suit like Iron Man, but they fought about what to do with it. They ended up splitting the plans… Continue reading Thief to Hero pg 2

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Assault – Thief to Hero Webcomic page 3 A number of years ago now, I placed an ad on a website (don’t remember the name and can’t find it now) as a Comic Writer looking for projects. I was contacted by a man named Jay Goldberg, the very same one who edited and lettered this… Continue reading Thief to Hero pg 3

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Assault – Thief to Hero webcomic page 4 Now you know the history behind this comic and how it came to be, both in the original full story in audio format, and as this abbreviated comic adaptation. As far as this iteration goes, there are a lot of things I like about it, and a… Continue reading Thief to Hero pg 4

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Assault – Thief to Hero Webcomic page 5 As opposed to the Dragonwolf comic, which I wrote 20 some years ago, Assault is much more recent, both the audio comic and this comic. I think the difference in writing styles shows a vast improvement in the two, both in structure and in content. The pace… Continue reading Thief to Hero pg 5

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Assault – Thief to Hero Webcomic page 6 Can you have a comic without art? That is a question I posed on the page five commentary. The short answer is no you can’t. However, you can have a comic with really shitty art and a great story, and people will love it. Can you have… Continue reading Thief to Hero pg 6

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Assault – Thief to Hero Webcomic page 7 Okay, enough of the rambling and ranting about the industry. I really should be focusing more on the comic you are reading. This page has another panel I am not to sure about. The first one. In the script and my mind, the way I had envisioned… Continue reading Thief to Hero pg 7

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Assault – Thief to Hero Webcomic page 8 This is a page I am very proud of. Mr. Allar did a stupendous job getting all this action crammed onto one page. My favorite panels are the first two and the last one. The first two help convey the speed at which Randall and Roju are… Continue reading Thief to Hero pg 8

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Assault – Thief to Hero Webcomic page 9 Now we are at the next to last page, and the action is still rolling, with Randall having to rescue David, who fell behind the flying figure. The third panel on this page is one of my favorites in terms of things I’ve written. The characters are… Continue reading Thief to Hero pg 9

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Assault – Thief to Hero Webcomic page 10 And here is the last page, a splash page, something I prefer to use sparingly. I have mentioned elsewhere why I prefer a splash page as either the first or last page, but think it bears repeating. One thing I’ve studied a lot of over the past… Continue reading Thief to Hero pg 10