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New Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan story "Invasion"

The new Rogues of Clwyd-Rhan story, Invasion, began yesterday, both on the ROCR.net site and on the Chronicles of the Witch Queen website. The COTWQ version has slightly smaller images but is otherwise identical to the ROCR.net version - however, it has a working RSS feed and you can tooncast the comic from it. It also has a cast section in progress which will be separate from the giant Cast section at ROCR.net.

The colour work in the opening chapter is done by Drooling Fan Girl, fresh-faced new blog poster and previously a recurring guest colourist. As the chapter progresses, you'll find she's outdone herself this time. Someone should give her a paid colouring job! She doesn't want me to say that, though. The action of the first chapter is set far away from Clwyd-Rhan, in a forest on the farthest edges of the Gnomian Republic, where humans do not go. We will see humans in the second chapter though, as well as some very strange creatures indeed...The second chapter will have colour by Mravac Kid and backgrounds by my studio-mate and even fresher-faced blog poster Calvin Bexfield. We'll introduce them properly later.

The publication of Invasion happens while that other story, Feral, is still on hiatus. We'll be, er, co-ordinating with some other webcomics later on, and as a result, Invasion has to be run on a fixed schedule. Feral isn't abandoned, though; there are 10 new installments on my hard drive, which will only have to be cleaned up, coloured, lettered and prepared for web publication.

I'd say more, but I'd spoil things.


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