Comic 44 - Chapter 3: Page 4
31st Oct 2014, 3:58 PM in Cain & Abel
Chapter 3: Page 4
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Author Notes:
ep1 edit delete
Sorry for the delay! I was working on a double page span, so it takes slightly longer to get this done.

Wait a minute... Why would a loving God let this happen? What's going on here? Be sure to stay tuned~

P.s. Sorry, I kept slipping my mind on responding everyone's comments. D: I promise I'll respond tomorrow.
User comments:
Stever edit delete reply
Oh, I think I'd be quite scared too in her position.
ep1 edit delete reply
When you've got naked and mutilated zombies waiting to mess your life up, it can be quite terrifying. ;)
rufiangel edit delete reply
Great double page, the first two panels are full of impact!
ep1 edit delete reply
Thanks, it was quite an effort to work on but I guess I managed to capture the feel of the mood.
Zor15 edit delete reply
Wow this makes a impact of terror
ep1 edit delete reply
Possibly the creepiest page I've done so far and I'm not really the type who's into drawing creepy stuffs. :p
VanEzzania edit delete reply
My God... Lorie's expression is just perfect for this dramatic yet frightening scene.
ep1 edit delete reply
Thanks, let's hope Lorie can pull through this horrible experience. :)
Centcomm edit delete reply
... Oh .. this when dark.. whoa O_O ( great page )
ep1 edit delete reply
Thankies. It is a really horrible place to be in. I wouldn't want to stay there if I were Lorie.
defo18 edit delete reply
Powerful page
ep1 edit delete reply
Thank you. It was quite an effort to get this done.
JasonDeroga edit delete reply
I can almost feel the despair in this pit! Lorie, be strong!
ep1 edit delete reply
It's certainly like living in the zombie apocalypse except much scarier. Don't worry, I'm sure God is there for her. ^^
Frith Ra (Guest) edit delete reply
I think that I can answer her question. He doesn't. We choose to do it to ourselves.

There is, of course, fine print here. There's this saying about details.
ep1 edit delete reply
Ah, you seem to get the hint there.
droidsteel edit delete reply
Whoa, that last panel sums up my understanding of the Abrahamic God. Being who sends billions to be tortured forever = do not want :O

The art in this comic is fantastic by the way.
ep1 edit delete reply
Haha, thanks. The standard belief of Abrahamic God can be quite terrifying but rest assured that this character God isn't a typical Abrahamic God, or is He? You'll soon find out. ;)
Gizaku_The_Destroyer edit delete reply
I have to say this. God doesn't intentionally send people to Hell or cast judgment upon them always. He is a loving and merciful God who would never forsake us, yet as the Father He must reprimand His children at times when they're out of line. Personally, it's foolish to reject His grace, especially when the end result is so horrific and tragic, eternity in pain and suffering without Him. It's my belief that whenever a soul is damned to eternity in Hell, God weeps at His throne, because He has lost one of His beloved children.