This comic illustrates one of our favorite mini-comic exercises, where one artist draws a panel with empty speech bubbles and leaves it for the next sucker to fill in the words. I like to call it the “Putting words in other people’s mouths” mini comic style…
This comic also illustrates the unintended consequences of giving in to the ungodly temptation to draw over the edge of your page into the next page… See, in the paper format, each mini-comic has three “double panels”, where two pages lay right next to each other in a way where if you go over the line, or combine both pages into one over sized panel, it looks quite dope. Unfortunately, as soon as the time comes to slice and dice these comics for a larger compilation, problems arise. A number of quality mission mini-comics have had to be cut from mission mini-comic compilations over the years for the deadly sin of panel crossing.
Fortunately, online comics have none of these limitations, and through the magic of photoshop I can slice and dice these bastard comics to fit quite snugly into workable parameters! Awesome-sauce.
Oh yeah, the first and second panels here were drawn by Evan, the third was drawn by Antonia, the fourth was drawn by Erin and the fifth was drawn by Erin’s friend (whose name escapes me), the sixth was drawn by “Kate Silver”, the seventh was drawn by Mikey and the back page was drawn by me. Mikey then went back through the whole comic and filled in blacks and patterns over pretty much everybody’s art until he felt the comic was ready for primetime. Of course, all the pages writing were done by people other than the one’s who drew them, but I’m way to lazy to figure that all out for your right now.