4th Aug 2014, 12:40 AM in Chapter Eight: The End is Nigh
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Rick_C 4th Aug 2014, 12:40 AM edit delete
And with a BANG, on the 103rd page of this wet mess we know as Head Wound, it ends.

This is the end of Book One of Head Wound.
Is there a Book two? I dunno. I'm torn between a few ideas I want to run with on this strip or starting another project.

To the folks that have enjoyed this 2+ year trip, thank you for your comments, and readership. I enjoyed creating this story, and really enjoyed that you enjoyed it along with me.

If book two does come, you'll know soon. If I go another route, I'll defiantly post an update here.

For now, as always, THANKS for reading!

- Rick
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Seabiscuit 4th Aug 2014, 12:46 AM edit delete reply
Aww, it's over?
T'was a great ride. Probably the craziest one on this site hahah. Good show!
Rick_C 4th Aug 2014, 12:52 AM edit delete reply
The End of Book one, for sure. I have some ideas for Book two, just not sure if its enough to make it interested. After all, I did set the bar pretty high with the first one..HAHAHAHAH
chris-tar 4th Aug 2014, 5:29 AM edit delete reply
If you do make a book two, flesh out the inner world some more. Show the civilization in Chris's head and how all the different characters co-exist. Do they have an economy? Is it more like a spirit realm? Does each character represent a different aspect of Chris's personality? What is their purpose? Do they have unique powers and abilities? Are there other hidden demons in Chris's mind? Maybe there are some hidden angels in there as well? Maybe you could do a grand tour of this world and focus on the happy positive qualities of it for a little while to balance out the darker stuff. Perhaps you could shift the plot to the outside world now and then and show Chris's real life family members and friends and what impact they have on him. Maybe he could meet the real life counterparts of his inner fantasy characters. Maybe they're not figments of his imagination at all, but rather projections of other people's personalities into his mind who are there to help him...
Rick_C 5th Aug 2014, 2:55 PM edit delete reply
All really great ideas Chris-tar.
Stever 4th Aug 2014, 3:46 PM edit delete reply
Congrats on getting book 1 finished! That was a huge amount of work and I respect anyone who can spend 2+ years working on a project and actually finish it how they intended. Good luck on your future projects.
Rick_C 5th Aug 2014, 2:56 PM edit delete reply
Thanks Stever!