And so it begins.
It's hard to draw a straight comparison, but I like to think things have come a long way since the original raver tg tf
. Certainly more colorful these days, at any rate.
I'm having a lot of fun intertwining the transformation with the continuing story. I've done many many sequences with little or no background, but those fall a bit flat in the long run. For TG to be truly meaningful it must have context; a man is hardly any sort of man if he only exists for one panel. The point of turning a man into a woman is that he used to be a man
. I did my best across the first three pages to express, as quickly as possible, the sort of person Anarchy is. My hope is that it will make the following pages that much more meaningful.
Obviously, things have a lot
more direction this time around. The TF is happening for a very specific reason rather than it just being a random doodle. The allusions at the bottom of the page are just the beginning of an explanation that will take some time to fully explore. Also, Anarchy reacts in a slightly more logical way this time around. He tries to rationalize it at first and then begins to panic when he can no longer explain what is happening.
Eh, I dunno what else to say I guess. Here's a comic.