CXLVII: The Jackal Woman

Posted by on October 31, 2013
Production Code: UTC147

This page is named after The Leech Woman, The Wasp Woman, and any other horror movies named The ____ Woman.

Again, something that didn’t occur to me until very late: Morty wasn’t going to be crying in the final panel, just showing a big frown. When I saw how effective his silhouette was in setting up the reveal of his sad expression, I knew we needed to see something really surprising.

CXLVI: A Nightmare on Jackal Street

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This page is named after A Nightmare on Elm Street.

A lot of things randomly came together to make this chapter better. It’s particularly evident here. When I tried to write Scurry out of the story during the treehouse scene, I realized that I had been going about it wrong. I wanted him gone because I couldn’t find a use for him, and only once I had managed to remove him did I realize that he could be extremely useful later on by bringing “the cavalry”.


Posted by on December 6, 2011
Production Code: UTC087

This page gave me an opportunity to tell the story and set the mood through lighting effects, which was a challenging but fun experience.

LXVIII: His Way is the Highway

Posted by on August 8, 2008
Production Code: UTC068

The title is a reference to the phrase “My way or the highway.”

XLVI: Concession Speech

Posted by on February 15, 2008
Production Code: UTC044

This was the first page Josh colored. Difficulty-wise, it was the easiest and most straight-forward. There was no copy-and-pasting or elaborate background to worry about. He came up with the “explosive” spotlight effects behind Morty. They jazzed up the page nicely.