Wow… mine never got this extreme, but this was a great story arc. It was like reading a great book… with pictures.
Thanks, Ben! That sums up what I’d like the comics to be pretty well, so that makes me happy.
fucking brilliant. Ive read it before, but I reread it after the news of the short film. I can’t believe I could let this slip my mind. This is freaking amazing.
Outstanding. Smooth running story line and man oh man, what a twist. Not quite what I expected but life doesn’t always have easy solutions or happy endings for its problems, does it?
What does it say about me that the ending seemed inevitable? I honestly never thought of it as a twist and was afraid it would be too obvious.
Absolutely loved this, so glad I randomly stumbled across it, didn’t think the ending was a “twist” either though, just a great and inevitable conclusion. Awesome work.
Yeah, the ending was expected, but definitely necessary. Regardless, this is one of the few webcomics that I can consider brilliant. The concept of a split-personality has been explored so (too) many times before, but I really like what you did with it to make it original, interesting, and compelling. Kudos, good sir, keep up the good work.
really cool, man!
So glad I’m on better terms with my “closest friends” than this guy is…that shit can get our of hand quickly.
Excellent story though. Well done.
Damn, this is so, so fucking clever. I so badly wanna watch the movie now.
There are few things I love more than a story where one man is two, great work.
Superb. I had seen this some time ago and finally…no kidding…finally found the movie on IdMB. Frankly….comic is better man. The expressions on the character’s face’s are right on the money and convey the feeling of the person. And tell me….were you influenced by Mort Drucker in your style? He was the only other artist that was able to portray the facial expressions as well as you do.
Thanks Mr. P. Sensational work.
Kudos for “Eat Shit & Die” as well. Great stuff!
That was amazing. Wow.
You’re host for storytelling is rivaled only by your ability to draw it. As quasimodo points out, the expressions are spot on, but it’s also the framing, the atmosphere and … guh…just awesome all around. I bet this is a directors dream to use your story’s as storyboards (or nightmare, since it’d be hard to live up to).
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