Colors tend to be muted and soft, tending towards an overall darkness, not entirely in keeping with the text. Is Marak going to just accept the situation or do something imaginative? Production value, one star or less. This was a good comic, but way to short. Franze really knows how to get the angles right for maximum impact, and his foreshortening is in the Michelangelo class, combined with subtle, luminous colouring. This book popped up under one of Amazon's "recommended also" features. Credit offered by NewDay Ltd, over 18s only, subject to status.
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Poseidon T. I have this and I enjoyed it very much, although as Alex said above, it's quite explicit, there's a lot of non-con in the first half, and it's definitely not for everyone. Or, when Jack and Wade are in a clinch in one of the final cabins scenes the red is simply to die for.
I'd really like to see the complete story instead of vignettes of the story.