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May 29, 2015

Good thing no one in this comic can hit anything with a crossbow.

Bloody hell, past-me sure picked a great moment in the script to develop back pain. I had forgotten that I stopped right before a stupid complicated fight scene. Screw you, past-me!

So it was a slightly bumpy reintroduction to comic drawing after six months off, but I think it came out well in the end, and I managed not to re-injure anything in the process, so that’s good. I think I had more announcements, but I’m going to go have a sit down instead. Until next Friday!

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Woot, welcome back! Finally we get to see Galak try out that sword of his.

Oh, I and I see Rhea’s improved her knife skills since page 174.

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Hey, I can hardly remember a single thing that is going on in this comic, but I STILL love the art. I’m going to go re-read and catch back up.

Glad that you are feeling better and that Red Moon is back! Thank-you for making this comic for us!

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You at least remembered where the story was when you took your (sort of) vacation.
Still no extra goggles to go around. Did you ever think of just -wuff!- a box appearing on the street: “Eh? Wot’s this then? Ew! I say, it’s goggles for all!” (?)
Well, no matter. I’m sure it will be wonderful anyway.
Obviously your new drawing tablet works!!!

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Sorry, am lost–who shot at the guy with the crossbow? Or does Rhea/Galak have an absolutely astounding throwing arm?

Also. ALSO. WELCOME BAAAAACK :D God how I’ve missed updates! I reread the comic a couple of times while you were healing up, and I loved it more with each read. Seriously, the effort you put into this comic is a real blessing to us readers. Glad you’re back and feeling better!

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Astounding throwing arm on Rea with the knife she pulled is my best guess
And RMR is back \o.o/
I really like the lighting.

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Yes, that’s it! Sorry if it wasn’t clear, I think I’m still a bit rusty. Rhea chucked a knife at the fellow. Thanks for the well wishes, guys. :)

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Red Moon Rising is back! Hurrah!
Actually, this is worth more than just a hurrah. Excuse me while I organise the drumroll, the fanfare, and the angelic chorus to sound all at once.

… Well. That was cacophonous.

Anyway, some very dynamic action here. Loving it!

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