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  1. charlesw81
    charlesw81

    To his credit, he remains committed to simply getting HER ;) out of town, not killing or really punishing her further. Still… evicting her in this condition would likely spell her death.

    I was initially wondering if there was something special about Eyolin’s speech to have her all in open, unboarded text, but I think she did talk normally in the one panel back when they originally found Julea so it’s likely just to not cover up all the beautiful art, and distinguish her words from other’s.

    • Marc Thompson
      Marc Thompson

      Fortunately she is protected by law, custom, and the supernatural from harm at the hands of anyone from the Umati people. Think Cain after his exile, marked by god so that none would harm him. …which was totally necessary because Adam and Eve were bent on vengeance. So there are few people of their culture who would attack her without her being an actual threat. This would protect Julea from direct harm, but leaving her to the elements and wildlife is a bit more of a grey area that many seem to be comfortable with.

      Yes, it’s just to distinguish Eyolin’s speech since she’s out of frame for most of this page and that’s how it’s been since the start of the chapter so I figured it’d be easier for readers.

  2. Swampfox
    Swampfox

    When’s the next update? Also is Sanni a judge? What were Julea’s injuries specifically?

    • Marc Thompson
      Marc Thompson

      The next update is when I finish it. Work is kicking my butt, so I can only work on it a bit at a time. Ideally, two weeks, reality rarely allows that. Sanni is the head of the house Esse which rules the town Esse and its lands. If you read the prior chapter, you’d see her injuries. Stabbed in the calf, crushed ribs and abdomen with internal injury, head trauma, other bodily trauma, blood loss… at least one of which should probably have killed her.

      • RatsInTheShadows
        RatsInTheShadows

        Just don’t dissapear. This comic is really good and I’d hate to see it drop into the void like so many others.

        • Marc Thompson
          Marc Thompson

          I won’t disappear. My room had some leaking issues and the guy who’s doing the work is taking his sweet time. Between that, the holidays, and work, I’ve hardly had any time at all to work on the next page. I do have it sketched out and intend to finish it soon. Trust me, I’m very frustrated that I’ve been kept from moving forward on this.

          • RatsInTheShadows
            RatsInTheShadows

            Thanks. I understand if you’ve got issues and it’s taking time. It’s your comic after all. Finish it at whatever pace is good for you. That being said, I’ve had a lot of bad experiences with comic authors going AWOL and not even bothering to say anything. So sorry if I sound slightly salty.

  3. Crazyman
    Crazyman

    Whee, finally an update! Halber continues his anti-Julea campaign while we wait for the hunters…and what’s taking them so long? Inquiring minds want to know! :)

  4. Lloyd
    Lloyd

    Thank you for creating an engaging story, illustrating it well, and putting it out into the world. It can be scary, wondering at how it will be received. Be assured that every episode of Kinslayer is worth the wait. Thank you.

  5. Anne
    Anne

    Happy New Year Marc. Life happens, so whenever you’re able to post the next page is fine.

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  1. Vosla
    Vosla

    I went into denial when people told me that David is no more.
    “Must be a bad joke:”, I thought. “David Bowie is like an immortal. He will outlive even me – being born 21 years after him.”
    Then I sat down before my computer and it was no joke. Another beautiful piece of humanity has vanished from our reality. I felt pretty sad.
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  1. Vosla
    Vosla

    I went into denial when people told me that David is no more.
    “Must be a bad joke:”, I thought. “David Bowie is like an immortal. He will outlive even me – being born 21 years after him.”
    Then I sat down before my computer and it was no joke. Another beautiful piece of humanity has vanished from our reality. I felt pretty sad.
    And I’m not even a fan.

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