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Roza and the Sparrow Knight
6.5"x10" full-color comicChapter 3 of Roza's adventures. 36 page paperback now available from IndyPlanet.
Roza and the Horse Prince
6.5"x10" full-color comic
The first chapter of Roza now in comic size!
48 page paperback, now available from IndyPlanet.
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Who is asking “Is that a ghost”? Is it Roza or Esten?
Assuming Esten is the more knowledgeable one, Roza asked the question afterall he did live here right.?
Wow. I think Esten knows something that he’s going to with hold for a while.
Beautiful spread as always, it’ll be interesting to see more about Esten’s past in the coming pages (or at least get a thrilling teaser).
I imagined that the ghosts would be transparent…
Dear Kelly, this story is shaping like the “Divina Comedia”, but Dante never allowed Virgilio so much protagonism as you have given to Esten.
Roza has been “following” since page 48 ¡in chapter 2! Isn’t it too much?
I really miss her previous self: independent, colourful and self-assured.
Hey Kelly can I have the rights to your short comic, Nymph, Please?
I love your comic, Kelly! Alot of people have said that they miss the old Roza, but I’m not so sure she ever left. She is still spunky, independent and doing her best to hang onto her position of athority. The way I see it, she needs and apresiates Estens help, but that doesn’t mean she’s just following listlessly. Keep up the beautiful work!
Not a lot of people, dear Mary, it’s just me; but I have solid and objective bases for my words. Kelly’s drawings are getting better and better all the time, but the plot has gone astray and Roza is not as protagonist as in chapter one and the beginning of chapter two; the “wise and strong” male character is weighting much too heavily.
This has happened before, and not only in literature. In TV it happened in the old serie “The Man from UNCLE”, when they assigned the secondary character to an excellent actor (David McCallum as Illya Kuryakin) who quickly overshadowed the main character (the very limited Robert Vaughn as Napoleon Solo). The end result was rather confusing.
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