I think the title says it all. If you noticed, there is no dialogue today, that is because we are taking part in Dialogue Free Comics Day. The idea for this strip has been in my head for quite awhile. So much time has passed since they have seen Milly, with Dialogue Free Comics Day upon us, I thought it was the perfect fit to do this strip. Geist has more of the feelings of the two, and tho Milly would see Zech and think of the life she once had with him while he was living, Geist is the one who remembers.
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Before I get to today’s comic, please be sure to check out the farewell art I did for The Obscure Gentlemen here.
Some time passes in today’s comic (A few months from the last comic). I went this route to start the recent direction a little sooner. You may recognize the guy in the first panel if you’ve been a long time reader, his last appearance was in this comic. Panel 2 has a little bit of a likeness to… I’ll let you guess Who on that one. As for the evil that rises to power, well you already know Milly/Belial and on the bottom there is The Boss from my story arc The Union Proposition. As for the third guy… well, you’ll have to wait and see. And of course at the end, making it official, Z&G team up with Whisper and possibly Jack Hudson, something else you’ll have to wait and see, but you won’t have to wait too long on that one.
So I made sure that I got my comic out for Friday, because I couldn’t stand taking a break. Well, uh… I don’t know what to call him, but as for living… he’s not anymore. The explanation should be coming up.
Well, Z & G are back as two again. Whisper looks as though he would have no regrets sacrificing Milly to take down a demon, and well, now we at least know the name of what is causing so much havok.
Possessed Milly is going supernatural Magneto on poor Zecheriah Geist and making his her Wolverine by what it seems to be, stripping Zech of Geist being fused with him! Hence where I got the name for the strip. I believe that is what the caption said when Magneto started to pull the adamantium off of Wolverine’s bones.
Actually, Oct 27th is my 3rd Anniversary date, but to commemorate the occasion, I thought I would do a ZGVision of one of my favorite comic and pay homage to an artist I’ve liked since his run on the X-Men, Jim Lee. Of course you will notice that I parodied the cover of X-Men #1, just trying to site credit to this being a cover re-imagined with my characters. Anyways, I’m just happy that I can celebrate the 3rd anniversary, and I hope you stick around with me for the years to come.
Well, just who… oh who did he bring about that would make everybody that surprised! If you are lost and don’t know who it might be, click on the tag that says Spork…