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Happy 1st of July!
Here is page 16 of Peter Pan the Vampire #1 the tale of how Peter meets a new slayer. The slayer was trying her hardest to stake Peter, but he got her to calm down a bit. He actually convinces her to stop trying to kill him and they sit down at a cafe to talk it over. I'd always had the idea that Peter's powers were shadow based. He has a shadow that is self aware. I will get into that in the story eventually. His power is also that he can travel through shadows into any place that has shadows and that is what I am showing here.
What will happen next?
I hope that I see a bunch of ya at DRAW NIGHT on Friday the 10th of July at the Tremonton City Library here in Utah. I have posted a flyer for that and created an event on the rentnarb page if you want to check that out.
Check in again on July 16th for another peek and some more of the story and for who won a free comic.
As many of my followers already know I am currently coloring my comics with Photoshop with the lessons I've learned from Brian and Kristy Miller's Hi-Fi Color for Comics. This page and the book it comes from were colored with Prisma Color pencils and a lot of what went into it got lost in the scanner. I am currently on page 9 in coloring issue 3. I will be releasing my comics in 12 page issues from here on out so that I can release them sooner and hopefully reduce the prices of them as well. I am the only employee of Rentnarb Studios Comics so I am doing this entire book on my own. I write it, draw it, color it, sell it, promote it, you name it I do it. I thought 12 pagers would help with getting them out and shortening the waiting time too.
Go to Indy Planet indyplanet.com and search for Peter Pan ot get the physical copy or contact me to arrange for a signed copy at no extra charge. $4.oo for color, $2.oo for grayscale, and 99 cents for digital download.
It is free to read here, but by buying a physical copy you can keep this story going by supporting it because without money I have to keep working my 3 jobs to keep afloat (and working keeps taking me away from making comics making it slower to finish the books).