Happy new year! Or, well. We hope you will have a happy new year. Did you enjoy christmas? Most of Sweden didn’t get any snow. But a lot of rain. Been a lot of that during recent years.
Anyway, the next page after this one will be uploaded 11/1-14. 2014. geez… Time is so strange. Feels like we started with this comic 10 years ago.
Sorry that we haven’t published any pages for a while. Mirjam is currently in a big move that has prevented her from working on new pages. Will keep you all posted on when we can start again!
…due to unforeseen circumstances. We are still around. It’s just some personal reasons. Don’t worry about it. You could read about this cool discovery meanwhile:
Its huge nose remains a mystery.
“The jumbo-sized schnoz of Nasutoceratops likely had nothing to do with a heightened sense of smell — since olfactory receptors occur further back in the head, adjacent to the brain — and the function of this bizarre feature remains uncertain,” lead author Scott Sampson of the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, said in a press release.
Source: Dino With Huge Nose and Horns Unearthed in Utah.
“Big Nosed Horned Faced” could be a good inspiration for a new character in future chapters.
- Tomb & Mirjam
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Our first contest for our readers is done and the winner was Joe with a very fun suggestion.
“what about a composognatus team handling a sniper rifle as it were a howitzer?”
Yeah! What about a compsognathus team handling a sniper rifle as if it were a howitzer? Well, we loved the idea so much that we completely forgot the sniper rifle-part! But don’t worry. A normal sized compsognathus would have been as large as half a sniper rifle. So the mistake ended up making some sense. No hard feelings right? We hope Joe enjoyed the result anyway!
- Tomb & Mirjam
ps. you might get a teaser for chapter 3 soon.
As we said before. During this script break we are planning to show some guest comics and art. So here is the first submission that we have received!
It’s from Anna Landin and she based it on American photojournalist David Douglas Duncan’s famous photo of Marine Capt. Francis “Ike” Fenton. When he ponders his fate and the fate of his men after being told that his company is nearly out of ammunition. During the war in Korea, 1950. Anna is amazing and you really should check out more of her art on Tumblr and read more about her daily life in her blog.
Oh, and the contest is soon over. So if you haven’t taken part yet. Check last weeks post!
(Ps. I was planning to have the guest art as shown like the webcomic pages. But the theme needs some rework if that is going to work.)