Seer: Round One - page #12 - an original comicsteemCreated with Sketch.

in comics •  last year

by @bryan-imhoff via @spottyproduction


art & writing by Bryan Imhoff
originally published in Seer: Round One

Read Seer: "Perceptions" here

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Read Seer: "Round One" here

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James walks to his upcoming boxing match, lost in thought, unaware that his "roommate" has decided to get out of the house for the night as well...

Seer continues to release a page from the archives every Friday. This process will take us into early 2018 at which point the possibilities for new material will be evaluated!

This is the first time this story has been available online in a number of years. If you like what you see, please support Seer and @spottyproduction to facilitate the production of future issues!

Spotty Production is proud to re-release it's earliest tale, Seer. You can read about it's history and plans moving forward in this announcement post. "Round One" is a full length first issue, following on the five page introductory story "Perceptions." With "Round One" Bryan Imhoff took over both writing and artwork on the tale.

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The needs of every man! You created a great atmosphere. Very cinematographic. I like your character design of your "ghost" he has like a skeleton of darkness/emptiness. Very cool and meaningful! Oh and resteemed!


Thank you! There's definitely a good reason for the "cinematography..." I was really looking at a couple key films for reference materials and layout ideas as I was learning and flying by the seat of my pants! The main one you could check out and pick out a few too many visual similarities from would be Dark City.


Oh yeah! That's an incredible movie! The ascetic was so unique. I'm so happy you're inspired by such an epic flick. I'll have to watch it again with a more of a studious mind. I hope I absorbed it subconsciously though...