Yeah! Vanion’s not bitter. Not bitter at all. …

Comment on I, Necromancer: Chapter 3, Page 15 by dfrye.creative.

Yeah! Vanion’s not bitter. Not bitter at all.

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I, Necromancer: Chapter 3, Page 15
That’s some very fine praise, David! I’m looking forward to finding out what part of the upcoming scene really resonated with you. And thanks for supporting the comic through Patreon! ๐Ÿ™‚


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I, Necromancer: Chapter 3, Page 19
Yes! I’m glad you liked it as much as I did. ๐Ÿ™‚ One of my favorite things in collaborating with this team is figuring out how we’ll tell certain elements of the story. Defining the aesthetics of magic is … man, it’s just a lot of fun. ๐Ÿ™‚


I, Necromancer: Chapter 3, Page 18
You have to imagine Vanion predicting their dismissal of him, and REALLY hoping he has a reason to use a more … impacting tactic, here. I think that’s something about his previous life as a bard: he’s got a certain taste for the dramatic.


I, Necromancer: Chapter 3, Page 17
Your survival instincts are strong, David! ๐Ÿ˜€


I, Necromancer: Chapter 3, Page 17
Subtlety is definitely not what Vanion is best at… And yes! Mharz’s inks and Snowdon’s colors really make each of the chiefs distinct and specific. I love it too.


I, Necromancer: Chapter 3, Page 16
Thanks! I love that panel. And … I think you’re onto something there. From what we know about Vanion — escalation is something that he has definitely proven capable of, again and again.