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[COMIC] The Monday Deathmatch Tournament

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The Monday Deathmatch is always a pleasure to read. The amount of effort that goes into the background visuals alone is always worth the wait!

Also, it's incredibly fun to see a massive crossover of all these themes. It makes it feel like the lego movie, or the first Kingdom Hearts game (that also features 'worlds' being stars that are blinking out because of a dark eldritch menace that feeds upon them, and a scientist character that has vowed to travel to as many worlds as possible before settling on their goal. Oh, and the chaos of all that).

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Thank you Vaiman, a lot of work goes into making these, so I'm glad to see you enjoy it :)
I've just released 14 new pages, these are pages 226 - 239:

The Monday Deathmatch Tournament - Page 226: The Anomaly

 

The Monday Deathmatch Tournament - Page 227: What's with the Gun?

 

The Monday Deathmatch Tournament - Page 228: Where did Everyone Go?

 

The Monday Deathmatch Tournament - Page 229: The Mouse Tower

 

The Monday Deathmatch Tournament - Page 230: Scanning

 

The Monday Deathmatch Tournament - Page 231: What could have triggered this?

 

The Monday Deathmatch Tournament - Page 232: The Life and Death of George

 

The Monday Deathmatch Tournament - Page 233: Percival

 

The Monday Deathmatch Tournament - Page 234: Squidman²

 

The Monday Deathmatch Tournament - Page 235: He's Behind Us!

 

The Monday Deathmatch Tournament - Page 236: Intermission: Roger

 

The Monday Deathmatch Tournament - Page 237: Put that down!

 

The Monday Deathmatch Tournament - Page 238: The Beginning

 

The Monday Deathmatch Tournament - Page 239: I know who's next!

 

To be continued soon!

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Wow, a lot of informations there! Excellent layout and pictures, as always!

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It was really interesting to finally see how the Tom from the flashbacks becomes the Tom we see in the present.

The framing of the shots is also done exceptionally well! The perspective and sense of motions is palpable! And as always, that level of detail in the backgrounds never ceases to amaze! It's worth the wait every time!

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