Another double-sized strip, only because I love you guys and gals!
In a single word “oops”
I would have other words but they might not be appropriate for a family friendly site ;)
looking at your characters teeth, I wonder if they haven’t become vampires.
sorry for the link
nice big-pane !
Looks like this may not end well for Bob and Milton. I wonder if grandpa will save the day in some way or if this cliff is hanging over a river they could use for their escape. Oh the suspense is going to hurt me.
You’ve left them in the lurch. Hopefully you’ve got a solution too. And knowing you it will be unexpected. :D
Very ambitous work. you pulled it off too! I’m impressed, must have taken a lot of work.
Just a small question regarding the shadows. The sun is setting at their back, so shouldn’t the shadows fall in front?
hmm… probably. the sun’s positioned a little below their level.
Never mind. I really enjoyed it in any case. Great work.
By the way, I am sure enjoying drawing/writing a story-based comic myself now, and I can understand the thrill of writing a storyline through a comic. I feel a sense of accomplishment.
Double-sized? Oh sure. I bet you used 200% scaling in Photoshop! :-)
It has gotta be a technological solution. A sonic emitter to stop the bears heart! Bat Grapple Hooks! iPhone Bear Distraction App! Or we just cut in the next comic to the newest Darwin Awards entry….
you had a ball with that last panel, huh?
I’m not gonna lie. I enjoyed the heck out of drawing that last panel! :D
Last panel is awesome, of course! Liked the echoes of star trek original series … An episode that featured a similar shot of the cliff.
Doing simply great, Krishna!
Now what? Heh heh… down.
P.S: In real life, bears are faster than humans, so trying to outrun one is not a good idea.
There’s something very Chuck Jones/Road Runner about that last panel. LOVE IT!