Fusion #1 Cover

21st Aug 2011, 12:01 AM in Welcome to My Life
Fusion #1 Cover
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EssayBee 21st Aug 2011, 12:01 AM
Here's the cover of Issue #1 of Fusion. Just wrapped up the 4th issue (which ends this introductory story arc), so there's lots more to come. For the foreseeable future here, I'll be updating several times a week. Bear with me for the next few weeks as I figure the site out and tweak things (which might be a bit slow-going since I have other projects as well). If you enjoy light-hearted adventure and puns, you should enjoy this.

For those who might be interested, I've set up a Patreon account (https://www.patreon.com/EssayBee). I'm still talking to Savunn about it, but we're thinking there may be some bonus content for patrons in the future. For now, Savunn will send a personal note of thanks to all patrons.


Magravan 21st Aug 2011, 12:37 AM
It may be an in-joke, but riveting being misspelt on the cover page is not the best first impression, considering your art is really attractive.

If it's a genuine mistake, or if I've somehow got it wrong, feel free to disregard this comment ;D
Invader.Socks 21st Aug 2011, 1:16 AM
Aside from the misspelling (If it is that...), I'm looking forward to this. :) The art style looks good and if your art has gotten better over the years, it'll look really cool.

Is the whole comic in color, or just the cover?
Kyo 21st Aug 2011, 4:11 AM
wow, you people really know how to get your panties in a bunch over basically nothing :P

This looks good. I'm looking forward to it!
EssayBee 21st Aug 2011, 10:28 AM
Magravan--No, you're right--there's only one "t" in "riveting" (double-consonant rule be damned!), and it's something that's driven me crazy since this first issue went to print 2 years ago. Good thing is, I believe this is the only such typo (which is good, since one of the characters is named "Riveter"). That said--as a warning--this first issue is waaaaay too text heavy (as I'm sure you'll realize by the 4th page), which is something I tried not to repeat in future issues.

As far as the art . . . Yep, it's full color, and by the third issue, I begin to experiment with different line weights, so the art does start to look a bit better. Hopefully initial impressions will improve with the next page.