Stand Still:Stay Silent

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Re: Stand Still:Stay Silent

Post by geronimo » Fri May 08, 2015 2:23 pm

Levied Troop wrote:Just spotted this and spent last night getting up to page 118. Really enjoying it, excellent find Ian :D


Still reading it here, fantastic stuff 8)

Re: Stand Still:Stay Silent

Post by Levied Troop » Fri May 08, 2015 1:39 pm

Just spotted this and spent last night getting up to page 118. Really enjoying it, excellent find Ian :D

Re: Stand Still:Stay Silent

Post by fearnow » Wed Jan 14, 2015 9:26 pm

geronimo wrote:
fearnow wrote:It really is amazing that the art is is good as it is at the rate the comic updates. Of course, with the exception of the scout and the big guy I have a hell of a time telling them apart (so their constant language jokes are lost on me) but that's small beans compared to the rest of the arc.


The author has said she likes to be about 10-20 pages ahead with finished art so she can maintain the release schedule. Her previous book mentioned above took over 2 years to complete (I'm still working through it at around 650 pages) and she's also annoyingly bloody young :)


PRECOCIOUS KIDS! GET OFFA MY LAWN! 8)

Re: Stand Still:Stay Silent

Post by andrewbeasley » Tue Jan 13, 2015 9:57 pm

Thanks for bringing this link here.

I still have trouble reading 'comics' though I love books and cannot settle with my screen into the same 'escapism' (must be an age thing) but I'm sure going to give this one a go as it looks fascinating from the few pages I've gone through so far.

Re: Stand Still:Stay Silent

Post by geronimo » Tue Jan 13, 2015 9:30 pm

fearnow wrote:It really is amazing that the art is is good as it is at the rate the comic updates. Of course, with the exception of the scout and the big guy I have a hell of a time telling them apart (so their constant language jokes are lost on me) but that's small beans compared to the rest of the arc.


The author has said she likes to be about 10-20 pages ahead with finished art so she can maintain the release schedule. Her previous book mentioned above took over 2 years to complete (I'm still working through it at around 650 pages) and she's also annoyingly bloody young :)

Re: Stand Still:Stay Silent

Post by fearnow » Tue Jan 13, 2015 6:15 pm

It really is amazing that the art is is good as it is at the rate the comic updates. Of course, with the exception of the scout and the big guy I have a hell of a time telling them apart (so their constant language jokes are lost on me) but that's small beans compared to the rest of the arc.

Re: Stand Still:Stay Silent

Post by Skipp » Mon Jan 05, 2015 4:40 pm

will have a look at that.. :)

Re: Stand Still:Stay Silent

Post by countersunk81 » Mon Jan 05, 2015 3:36 pm

Nice find! Read the first few, definitely gonna go through the rest. The artwork is fantastic!

Re: Stand Still:Stay Silent

Post by Glenn » Mon Jan 05, 2015 12:06 pm

Sounds good. :D

Stand Still:Stay Silent

Post by geronimo » Mon Jan 05, 2015 9:53 am

Gorgeous web comic mixing post-apocalypse with Nordic mythology: Stand Still:Stay Silent. I managed to read the whole thing on New Year's Day and had to then grab the author's previous Kickstartered webcomic A Redtail's Dream which is visually very similar but essentially serialises/simplifies the Kalevala.

Lovely stuff, especially if you like slow burn Ballardian/Drowned World post-apoc and/or mythology.

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