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I've posted my first 44 page Lego webcomic story online. I know nothing about photo editing, so hopefully it will start to look better as I learn more and post more stories. I call it "Horrors of the Hidden Side" and my first 44 page installment chapter is called "There's No Such Thing As Ghosts!" I was fed up of there not being a TV show or a decent comic series based on the recent Lego theme "Lego; Hidden Side" so I decided to create my own re-imagining of the theme as an ongoing comic series expanding on the stories of the webisodes and having more in depth story arcs etc. I decided to try and have it be a bit edgier than the source material so I describe it as PG-13 due to potential violence/death/occultism/horror/drug & alcohol use etc. that may feature in future stories. I'm aiming for it to be an ongoing horror/adventure series covering lots of struggles of the Ghost Hunters taking on different demons, monsters and ghosts, with the overall story arcs involving Nehmaar Reem and Lady Evelina D'Ombre. I hope I've provided the correct information to have it added to this forum? https://www.deviantart.com/renzoknight/art/Chapter-1-title-page-855711111
We all know that LEGO will not release many of our favorite movie or television characters. Here is thr place to show off your purist figures! Rules (I know, bad word, but must be done): 1. Absolutely must be purist. That means no 3rd party brands, knockoffs, or any custom printing. These must be made from existing LEGO parts. 2. No Star Wars, Marvel, or DC characters. There are separate forums for those. 3. Keep the profanity to a minimum. We have people of all ages here. No hard cursing. Otherwise, let's do this!
With both the Mirthless Jest and Maiden of the Deep captured, their captains - Jacqueline "Jack" Yharnam and Elspeth Harrow - were handed over to Eslandolan officials to face justice. However... Somewhere in an Eslandolan office... “Let me get this straight. We captured two notorious pirates, who were to be hung by the neck until dead this morning. And instead, when your best men went to retrieve said pirates from the gaol, they found their cells empty.” “Yes sir.” “And you have no explanation?” “No reasonable explanation, sir.” “Alright, what’s the unreasonable one?” “When we found Captain Yharnam’s cell empty, the prisoner in the cell adjacent was terrified. He told us of a story he had heard; that Jacqueline Yharnam had received the black spot and cut off her hand in order to escape the curse it supposedly comes with. This, according to the prisoner, left her trapped between the living and the dead.” “Superstitious nonsense.” “That’s what the prisoner believed, until last night. Apparently, shortly after sundown she underwent some kind of transformation that left her less than corporeal.” “Less than… what, she turned into a ghost and walked out?” “That is what the prisoner claims to have seen, sir.” “I take it there’s some equally preposterous excuse for the escape of the other one.” “Not as such, sir.” “No?” “Elspeth Harrow severely injured, mained or killed a dozen of our soldiers before being subdued sufficiently to incarcerate. She was manacled, chained by the ankle, masked to prevent biting and locked up in the deepest hole we could find for her. There are no available witnesses to her escape, but we believe Miss Yharnam helped her escape. We found the chain unfastened and discarded manacles, along with a trail of bodies leading to a missing ship.” “So not only did we fail to execute or even contain them, these pirates are now at large again?” “Yes, sir.”