Today at trekkercomic.com: the first ever full-color page goes up! Marking the beginning of one of the most important of the Trekker stories, the 40-page "Sins of our Fathers" which delves into Mercy’s past and points to her future, the strip makes the move to color. I found Jeremy Colwell, who brings a subtle pallet and painterly approach to the pages, which exactly matches the feel I’d always hoped for the strip to have if and when I could introduce color. I could do handsprings! Except, I really could not.
Anyway, it’s a story I am particularly proud of and seems a perfect place to introduce the major shift to full-color for lots of reasons. You can read more at the website. This is only the first page, but as always three more pages go up weekly. And each one now with note-perfect color!

Today at trekkercomic.com: the first ever full-color page goes up! Marking the beginning of one of the most important of the Trekker stories, the 40-page "Sins of our Fathers" which delves into Mercy’s past and points to her future, the strip makes the move to color. I found Jeremy Colwell, who brings a subtle pallet and painterly approach to the pages, which exactly matches the feel I’d always hoped for the strip to have if and when I could introduce color. I could do handsprings! Except, I really could not.

Anyway, it’s a story I am particularly proud of and seems a perfect place to introduce the major shift to full-color for lots of reasons. You can read more at the website. This is only the first page, but as always three more pages go up weekly. And each one now with note-perfect color!

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