In fiction writing, the thing in panel 3 is called a “plot hook.” (WARNING: The preceding sentence is a terrible pun and does NOT in any way represent a correct usage of the term.)
Doc isn’t quite the hardened criminal that the others are.
Also, I’m not quite satisfied with how the blam blams finally turned out.
There’s not a whole lot of background for these bad guys, so you can imagine whatever you like. For example, I’ve been imagining that Pug and Doc are brothers, and if you want to you can too.
Writing these bad guys is a source of unending delight.
Finally, an update! Sorry for the lengthy delay. The schedule should now be back to its normal state, such as it is.
This was the most fun fight scene I’ve ever drawn, I think. (Of course, the entire run of Sunrise contains maybe five fight seens, so that’s not saying much.)
The epic conclusion of Kindler vs. The Seagulls.
This page begins a very short sequence that I’ve been looking forward to for months: Kindler vs. the seagulls. As I was drawing this, though, it occurred to me that I’ve almost never shown any animals in Sunrise. The only prior example I could even come up with was this dead mouse from Issue 8. Does anyone else remember an example I’m overlooking? In any case, I’m kind of embarrassed. I like animals and I enjoy drawing them, so it’s kind of absurd that they’ve been so neglected here.