Epilogue_p06_The_End

Jun 27 2017 12:08 am
THE END...!!!

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR READING...!

Thus ends The Ballad of Sally Sprocket & Piston Pete, this screwball experiment of a graphic novel that has taken up eight years of my life. :O

Pete & Sally's adventures WILL continue- most likely in the form of smaller one-shot comics, anthologies, and maybe even in animated shorts.

THANK YOU ALL FOR ALL YOUR SUPPORT OVER THE YEARS. You can bet *this* comic artist deeply appreciated every last bit of it.
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Dec 10 2017 07:47 pm
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Notbt5
Aug 12 2017 10:42 am
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D: Aww man, I just read all of it in one sitting, it's sad to see this end right on this. But otherwise I like the contents of this story and it's character build up, regardless of it only being almost 300 pages made me feel like I've known these characters for a while. With a lot to relate to it reallly made me feel like I was in the story, spectating every aspect of it. I'm glad to see you contribute this amazing comic/story to everyone, and I'm glad I favorited when I did
47ness
Aug 12 2017 05:12 pm
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@Notbt5: Aw, thank you for taking the time to read it all! I always envisioned SSnPP as a graphic novel meant to be taken in all at once, so I appreciate that. ;D

I do still have a lot of story left to tell with these characters (including an animated pilot). Just follow @47ness or the hashtag #ssnpp on the usual social media for future updates. ^^
claudeb
Aug 24 2017 01:18 pm
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I'm floored Hi there. I've just read the entire thing in one sitting, too. It was just that hard to stop. Amazing story, and I *loved* spotting all the stealth references to the sci-fi that inspires me. When some of the best treatment of AI out there can be found in a steampunk graphic novel, you just know it's something special. And I have friends who will love all those mecha.
47ness
Aug 24 2017 05:06 pm
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@claudeb: Thank you! :D I'm glad you took the time since the comic was meant to be read that way. (haha, I like sneaking in refs where I can) And yeah- I guess most steampunk protagonists tend to be humans, but I just wanted to do my own thing. Much love. <3