Senior at Attic High and son of the world’s greatest living geneticist. He turned Cass and Flint into animals in an attempt to win Attic High’s genetics competition. He’s since owned up to the consequences and promised to help them change back.
Jen explained Walker’s electrical horn in the last chapter. I deliberately established it back then so I wouldn’t need to shove in a quick explanation during the big battle.
Lookit all these already-transformed characters we’ve never seen transform.
Just look. No backstories. They’re just appearing for flavor to add to the diversity of the looming fight sequence.
*sobs* What am I even making this comic for.
It took a few sketches before I found a falling posture that looked good and dangerous. I tried for a more realistic “slipped down” look with his feet leading, but it just looked like he was jumping. So I flipped his body all the way around, with the insinuation that Keris’ tail hung on for a bit while Demetrius’ upper body fell forward. I wanted it to look obvious he is not going to have a safe landing.
That’s an uninteresting tidbit, but that’s all I got for this page and I had to write something!
I didn’t intend to have a background in Panel 1 while I drew it. During the coloring stage, I saw how blank the backdrop looked compared to having the foreground pieces (the hints of the machine Ken’s group is building). I also realized that it isn’t super obvious that Ash is breaking through the upper level windows. So I threw some color in the BG and added Ash’s silhouette.
All series I’ve been looking for a way to showcase Demetrius’ “genetic warfare” devices. We’ve seen his biological weapons before, but not any of their delivery systems until now. Aaaaand…it’s basically a tee-shirt cannon.
The final panel should technically only include “Attic’s Six” because Cass is alluding to the ethics class only. But Flint had arrived with the others and I couldn’t leave him out of the group shot for something this dramatic. He’s much too closely involved with all that’s going on to be left out. Thirteen, less so, so I chose to exclude her even though it seems unfair since I already made that one exception.