Comic 244 - Chapter 7 page 235

3rd Jul 2014, 2:15 PM in 7
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Chapter 7 page 235
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3rd Jul 2014, 2:15 PM
DLM X-13
And that's the end. <3

Thank you all for coming on this journey with me. To know I've made many folks feel less alone is the greatest feeling in the world. When I started this comic I didn't think anyone would read it, much less enjoy it (but every artist thinks the same, don't they?)

Shameless plug time...I've just completed a new comic called "Dustship Glory." What's that, you may ask? It's adapated from a novel about a possibly crazy guy (emphasis on "possibly") who built a ship in the middle of the Saskatchewan prairies during the Dust Bowl of the 1930s - AND it's based on a true story! You can buy a real print version here or a PDF for 99 cents here.
Sorry...not free...if it was 100% my own story I'd probably put it online for free, but it ain't. But, it's a suitably weird story and if you dug LSA you'll probably dig it. I'm working on the second one now.

Anyways...thanks again for you all. <3
4th Jul 2014, 4:14 AM
DLM X-13
as always, thank YOU for reading. :)
You can always follow me on Tumblr here or on Twitter here for updates on my latest doings. :)
I suspect I'll post something else on Comicfury in the future (I do have On the Bus here which updates sporadically)


3rd Jul 2014, 3:32 PM
Absolutely wonderful. Thank you for taking the time to post this. It had amazing art and highlighted some of the attitudes and struggles mentally ill persons have to deal with. Keep up the awesome work!
4th Jul 2014, 4:15 AM
DLM X-13
thank you! I'll try! :)
4th Jul 2014, 12:29 AM
Well. See you later I guess.
If you ever do post any other comics here on comicfury, please notify us about it with a psot from LSA since I will be keeping that in my bookmarks.

Great story. Great art.
I felt like I could relate to it very mcuh.
Thanks for sharing it and please take care.
4th Jul 2014, 8:52 PM
I feel so glad to have gone on this journey with Jeremy, and to see him recover!

Beautiful, beautiful conclusion to such an emotional story. Thank you for providing this gem of a story!
8th Jul 2014, 5:00 PM
8th Jul 2014, 5:00 PM
16th Nov 2014, 4:00 AM
Edward Carter
I kept quiet about it back when I was still reading this comic, but I think this is actually a very accurate portrayal of psychosis.

Jeremy's character is amazing because he actually acts like a real person going through a mental breakdown would. Back when he first thought he could save the world and thought he was talking to some kind of dragon god, that kind of thing can actually happen to a teenager who is put under too much stress and pressure.

Going through a mental breakdown (e.g. the exact thing Jeremy does in this comic series) is one of the worst things that can happen to you. It's heartbreaking and very painful. It's also a horror to watch your child go through it.