Tuesday, August 6, 2013
#11 - This Is War - Part 1
It's Wednesday again (or close enough to it), so here's another edition of Saves the Day.
The first thing some of you will notice is that it's lacking color. That's because I've decided to make some more changes to the format. My time has become more and more limited and will be even more so in the Fall. I apologize that certain announced changes did not occur. Hopefully this won't ruin the reading experience for you. As you can see, though, the storyline continues. There will only be once-in-a-while color strips for special events, but the average comic will be in black and white and only released once a week. That's unfortunately all I'm truly capable of at this time.
This entire webcomic venture is an experiment for me. I'm creating it to build a body of work, to entertain folks, to explore my abilities with storytelling and illustration, and to see just how much time I can open up for comic creativity. Please bear with me and feel free to offer feedback to help me improve.
Enjoy this week's strip!
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If you have any questions or comments post them below or email them to jonathansample.comics[at]gmail.com. Enjoy and share with your friends, family, coworkers, random neighbors, and close personal galvanized tin bipedal lawmen.
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Thank you very much for reading.