And the day upon which Amat-Or walks each year: 15 April.(BTW, his name seems a mixture of Latin and Spanish.)
I really loved this story - it has a real classic feel. I also loved the the dialogue, both exterior and interior, when the guide is describing the story of Amat-Or, and our "three time loser" has thought balloons completely obsessed with the ruby. Great stuff.
I agree, the dialogue is what makes this one. My fave: "If you'd just stayed away a little longer-- you wouldn't be going away for keeps!"And a close 2nd for: "Let's dispense with the formalities and get down to the contributions!" haha
I love those classic stories. You have a grear blog, and I say that as a huge fan of horror (comic books & movies).I just reviewed a horror comic book in my blog, so in case you want to check that out, here's a link:www.artbyarion.blogspot.comKeep up the good work!
I guess Karl Klaw really found his niche!Ba-dum-bum!Don't forget to tip your wraiths!
> You have a grear blog, and I say that as a huge fan of horror (comic books & movies).Thanks Arion, and good luck with your blog too!>I guess Karl Klaw really found his niche!Yeah! It's not like all the other hole in the wall joints either.
The deceased walked again when Amat-Or left his niche (in doing so he became their Rean-Amat-or)This was a fun story, I wonder what a modern cartoonist would have done with it(different setting, different backgrounds, etc.)
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