Young metal Anne is so cute :3 Hey that question from MTVCCVC made me curious : If you ever inserted yourself in a comic, what kind of character would you like to do? Not necessarily in Sunstone, just generally. I remember making a short comic with a writer friend in college a few years back, I drew myself as a silent busboy in one scene. I found it funny but my friend told me while this was ok, self insertion was to be avoided like plague. But I think some writers can make it work. Is it an idea you've played with ?
It is funny, I have been reading and re-reading this comic over the past couple of years. This including my adolescent boyhood, and you can imagine how I found this kind of comic all on your own. However, I have noted that every time I read it I find something else in either the characters, the locale, or the art style. In addition, the story telling feels extremely human, if I may use that term, especially in it's discussion about a topic that is still very much taboo. At least where general media is concerned. I also have to agree with Anne, since it is largely how I got into s/m, you see it once and it just festers in your mind, in a good way of course.
Love the comic, keep up your great work on Chapter 4 and beyond.
I once heard it said that there are two kinds of people when it comes to kinks: those who admit to having them, and those who lie about not having them. I wonder what category "Little Miss Innocent" there falls into...
Been reading these in a single night. never once had my buddy even given a wiggle despite the great art and erotic parts. You've done magnificently. The story is so good I just want to keep focusing on the story. I love it.
that "is violent generalization the name of a band?" gag reminded me of something disturbing...i typed "wedding bondage" into Google...and what did i get? a bunch of videos on YouTube of a rock group called "bondage fairies" performing a song called "gay wedding"-eeewww!
Ok this thing that you do is great; exploring all the characters, but I fill that you left Allan somehow out of the ecuation of all those characters. He was there from the begining and yet I/we know so litlle about him or maybe its just me that I feel that way.
Don't get me wrong the thing that you do is great and how you do it, but as I told you kinda left poor Allan out of the ecuation.