El Thorvaldo

Myth Noir [9/11]
Myth Noir [9/11] by El Thorvaldo (@Thorvald)

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Part of my 49th contribution to DYOS XI. [link]
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Oh, what a moment to suffer a bout of conscience!

Those pesky DYOS RULES forbid you from executing characters of importance, and you recall CivGeneral has claimed that Mariko is supposed to be his ARCHENEMY for the foreseeable future. You also reflect that if you want to return to the story with this big a bang, maybe you should be the one to do it, rather than by proxy via THORVALD OF LYM.

> MM2: Abscond.

Taken together, this comic is the story of how I finally read Homestuck. I had made two false starts prior, once shortly after the conclusion of Problem Sleuth and then another maybe about a year or so later. Trying to figure out mythmonster2's avatar led me to the MSPA Wiki months before I was inspired to do this; at the time I hadn't realized Jack was a Homestuck character.

The script was constructed backwards based on snippets I'd read on the wiki, starting from "You could not kill the girl" and building a comic around it. Ever the perfectionist, to ensure I got Jack's nuances right, I hunkered down late December and read the entire archives in under a week. Originally the cartoon was to be done in "my" style, but when I began, I suddenly had the stroke of genius to imitate the MSPA format.

I'm very happy with the result.

Homestuck © Andrew Hussie et al.;
Thorvald & Peter © me;
CivGeneral & mythmonster2 © themselves.

[Originally submitted to DeviantArt February 2012]

Fan Art - Animation/Comic
Finished Work
132 days and 13 hours ago
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