29 thoughts on “Chapter 6: Page 2.”

    1. The perspective makes it look like there’s a building in the middle of the street.

      Also technicolor Templar looks way too… clean.

      1. Yes, I kind of agree.
        Now that Templar is in color, and not in its original black + white, it sort of puts Templar in a whole new world.

        Sort of like: some people like collecting Black and White photos, instead of color ones.
        Probably because, when you look at B + W photos, and drawings, you can make up whatever colors you want, when you look at the black and white drawings.

        1. Wouldn’t the Cook marks be smaller? To me that looked like some wall decoration over something else that the picture edge cuts out of sight. Of course it COULD be the Cook sign masked to look like something else, but it certainly doesn’t look like the one that was put on Ben’s window.

  1. Last we saw of this scene, every Jake in Gene’s apartment was bearing down on Elliot. Now Ben’s still lying in the foyer, and otherwise the place is deserted. This makes me nervous.

    1. I kinda know what you mean. I think, when we last saw this building, the Jakeskins were about to jump at EJ, with their knives.

      …Now EJ is gone, and he’s not a corpse in front of the building, neither has any of his blood appeared outside the building.

  2. I like the palette you went with. I’m feeling AZ and city at the same time. I kinda wanted a little more *grunge* in the second panel, though. It looks too clean. Love the banner string over the chemical welfare sign. It’s the little details that really make the world POP.

  3. I loved the black and white and would have been happy with them forever, but this colour is wonderful. It really brings Templar to life. Thank you, Spike!

    1. Directions: pop an ecstasy pill (which is also legal here), jump off your 15-foot-tall bed, step out of your candy cottage, turn left and walk for 36 hours while avoiding flying clowns and talking cars. If you come across yourself wearing inversely-colored clothes, you’ve gone too far.

  4. I neglected to say this before, but the atmosphere shown in this page is very reminiscent of my home city. The sky turns pale tinged brown at the edges, the wind kicks around while the sun shines through the dusty air, and by the time the sun sets you’ve got a couple cupfuls of silt in your hair. God love West Texas.

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