And that’s it!
Chapter 2 had lots of humor, and was a bit upbeat, but here we end on a bit of a foreboding note, with a smaller-than-life John Carter engulfed by looming shadows as the day fully dawns, and leading directly into the title of the next chapter.
Note I ended this chapter with a landscape, bringing us back around in a ring to the beginning of chapter 1.
And on a sad note, this is the last comic that’ll be colored by Thomas Boatwright, after years of working with me on colors. He’ll be sorely missed. There is a great new colorist on board, and I’ll introduce her next month on the cover of print edition of chapter 2.
As usual when a chapter is completed, I’ll be taking a month (April) off from publication. Instead I’ll be writing my adaptation of the next chapter, A Prisoner, laying out and relettering the book for publication, and penciling and inking the cover for this collection. So while you’ll not see much, I’ll still be fully engaged.