Bon voyage, everyone.
Remember, you can find me over at drezzworks if you want to keep up to date with my latest work.
This page was originally cut from the story and was supposed to be the end scene, but I inserted it back in for you loyal readers, just as a thank you.
I hope you enjoyed the story. Who knows, maybe Eddie will be back someday. Maybe you’ll find out what ever becomes of Paloma, the Italian, and maybe what Lars and Fredo actually look like.
Once again – I thank you all for your support and encouragement. Look for my latest projects over at DREZZWORKS, my personal portfolio site. there you’ll find all the latest happenings from my neck of the woods and how I’m progressing with my new cartoon strip project slated for release in early October. Can’t wait to get back on the table and start churning out some strips. If you’re a fan of hockey (or sports in general) and are looking for a light hearted all-ages strip, then the Majors may be right up your alley. I’ll keep you posted shortly with developer stuff in the next few weeks. I’ll also be around in some capacity over at Webcomic Alliance doing the podcasts, chat, tutorials and the like.
For the next couple of days though, I’m taking a bit of a break. I’m pretty tired, and work over the summer doesn’t appear to be letting up. It will be nice to not have to worry about a comic project for a week or two. Then the guilt will set in and I’ll plunk my butt down and dive into The Majors full tilt.
Thanks for sitting shotgun on this ride of a lifetime, kids. You’re the best. See you in a few months.
– skooooooool’s out for summer!
There you have it, folks. The Betrayal in its entirety. When I first started, I never dreamed I’d get to this point, a finished 200+ page piece of work that I’m pretty happy with. Now that I’m here, I don’t really know what to say except – thanks.
Thank you all so much for taking the time to read this online graphic novel. You have inspired me to push forward and keep drawing/writing and producing this content. Your comments, criticism and praise have all been beneficial in this process. I think I’ve become a better story teller and comic artist with your insights. I hope one day I’ll be able to put out another long form OGN that you’ll enjoy reading, but for now, it will be nice to move on to other projects and other creative challenges.
For your continued support over the last 2+ years, I’ve prepared something special for you folks in the form of a brief epilogue. I couldn’t leave you all hanging like that, with Eddie just walking away from it all… I know you’re wondering where it goes from here. Tune in on Monday and you’ll see.
Ciao for now.