Avi doesn’t like to remind Nixie how much trouble she’d be in if he ever decided she was dinner.
I am so, SO sorry it took me so many weeks to post this. I had the worst artist’s block in a very long time. Hopefully I can get things running smoother soon.
There we go, now we’re in full color. We’re moving to mostly show things from Avi’s point of view. Because, ya know, he sees things a little more clearly than Nixie!
And now the chapter finally draws to a close. What paranormal oddities will they encounter next?
Just one more page and this chapter will be concluded. More importantly, you’ll find out why Avi’s laughing.
Colors can be very important.
Thanks to my supporters through Patreon, this comic is now in full color!
What? Colors are IMPORTANT?! I’ve been thinking about the importance of colors in Debunkers for quite a while now. But last month, when my Patreon reached the milestone of $150 pledged monthly, it meant it was time to really let the colors shine!
I will probably be slower to update than usual for the next month and a half. Why? I am allergic to the entire season of Spring and I wish that was a joke. I am currently taking four kinds of allergy medication, it’s just barely keeping me able to breath and open my swollen, itchy eyes… And these meds make me feel something rather similar to being stoned. I just want to go back to sleep, but I’m pretty sure there would be consequences if I slept through an entire season. I hope I can accomplish something, anything at all, art related. So, I will be spending this time high on totally legal, over-the-counter allergy medicine. On the bright side, with all this pollen in the air, I have a perfectly legit excuse to wear a gas mask in public.
Not much I can say about this page… Except that I got a new drawing tablet/PC, so my linework may look slightly different while I adjust to it. I’m also making the text a bit larger because more and more people (myself included) like to read comics on small screens/smart devices and I want the comics to be easier to read in low resolution.