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December 29th, 2015, 10:40 pm

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Reply Lord Saturn, December 29th, 2015, 10:44 pm

The plan was to make one more page but my computer decided to crash and freeze several times during the day and also got other things to delay my work, but you can behold the charge of the parabolic death ray generator.

Credits:
Mega Man X and all of its characters belong to Capcom. - Mega Man X and Zero sprites were made by several authors.
I do not own any of the official arts/sprites/backgrounds used in this comic, if they are present in this page. They're Capcom's � .
CTI-026 Gladius by Thn001.
Alia sprite by FXFreitas and kensuyjin33.
Textures from X8 were ripped by Sprite's INC.
Shining Hotarunicus tiles ripped by me and ibm2431.
Special thanks to The Mega Man Knowledge Base.

Feedback is appreciated.

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User's Comments:

Reply Deltaman, December 30th, 2015, 11:32 am

BRO your comic is way too damn good looking. to be brutally honest, its one of the best looking sprite comics i've seen. do you use photshop?

Reply Lord Saturn, December 30th, 2015, 1:17 pm

@Deltaman: Thanks! For you question, rarely. Only to make more complex perspectives (like that panel in page 13) and other tools that only Photoshop has, but that's very occasional. The program I'm using is Paint.NET, it's way more practical and I already mastered the program after using it for two years in my comics.

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