Poor Cactus must be sick of this effect. 🙂
Kudos that he doesn’t take advantage of the situation.
Yeah, for a dirt-brained, backworld tin star, I reckon he ain’t all bad.
Glad you are liking my depiction of the sheriff. This is Mercy’s book, of course, and I always want to keep her at the center of things. But when I come across a character that I can “flesh out” (sorry…) in a way that adds richness to the proceedings, it makes everything work better.
Yeah, definitely. It’s also part of Mercy’s own character presentation. She’s not in the easiest of situations. 🙂
I really dig your writing (each single story. The art is out of question 🙂 ), ’cause good writing makes the difference between stereotypical wannabe-strong heroines, and those who actually are, like Mercy. As soon as the tax office stops sending Trekkers after me, and I have some spare coin, I need to get your comics for my shelf.
Thanks, Corbie. Your comments are just the sort that I love to hear the most: ones that find the character of Mercy believable and the stories worthwhile because of that. I don’t think it would be too hard for me to dream up “fun” stories to tell in this series. )And by “fun” I mean ones that would simple provide me opportunities to draw fun images. But I would have gotten bored with that sort of story long, long ago.) What keeps me going is the challenge of continuing to evoke vivid and evolving characters. Anything else seems sort of a pointless exercise to me.
Sorry to hear you are having your own “trekker” adventures. That sort of thing is much more enjoyable to read about than to experience in person. I do hope you’ll get to put Trekker on your shelves one day, because it will mean you are on happier ground, I presume. But meanwhile, I’m glad you’ve found the series here and can continue to enjoy the tales as I roll ’em out!
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