A-FORCE #9 KELLY THOMPSON (W) • Paulo Siqueira (A/C) COSPLAY VARIANT COVER AVAILABLE CIVIL WAR II TIE-IN! • The fates of NICO MINORU, a mysterious missing girl named Alice, and a small town in Colorado are all tied together as CIVIL WAR II heats up and threatens to tear A-FORCE apart. • The team, with ELSA BLOODSTONE in foul-mouthed tow, splits up to hunt down the apparent source of the trouble in the hopes of saving the town. • However, it soon becomes apparent that all is not what it seems with the team – A-Force is changing – and by morning there may not be anyone left to save the day. 32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99
“Greetings human teen “Nico Minoru”. I am human adult “Elsa Bloodstone”. I wear “clothes”, drink “tea” and am not an alien bug in disguise. Please, behave properly and lay down your weapon.”
Little known fact, but in good hands Nextwave characters can infect any book with a piece of Warren Ellis’ glorious weirdness.
“Pardon me, sir. I was wondering if you could indulge me by answering a question that has long since puzzled me. Could– Ah, wait, first…” He hands Thomas a pencil and notebook before continuing: “Could you please draw me a cassowary tree?”
Now, Drawlight recalls that Thomas had been abroad to somewhere that started with an “A” but the obvious answer had flown out of his head. Instead, he’d decided it must have been Australia, the source of his arborous conundrum.
“It’s difficult to imagine how such large birds could grow on a tree (is it because they’re blue? no, no, can’t be it; they’re not that blue…) so I think I need an illustration before I can properly visualize it. It’s no trouble, I hope? You’re the only one I can trust to address this quandary with any degree of accuracy.”
Seeing nothing at all amiss with his request and train of thought, he smiles and takes a few steps back, knowing it’s polite to give artists their space, though he still can’t help but peer expectantly at the paper, brimming with eager curiosity.
Watermarking stuff that isn’t yours is a weird concept. I’m sure a lot of sites do it but it seems so gross. They literally had zero effort/involvement in making it or even finding the content. And they don’t let people source the images? jeez. I’ve found my art on other sites before but at least there’s usually a link back to me, that’s all i can hope for at this point.