Sunnyville Stories Episode 1, pages 31-32

Welcome back, my friends.  It’s Max West here and we’ve finally gotten to the final pages of the very first episode of Sunnyville Stories.  Rusty started off our story feeling down – he had left his old home and everything he had ever known for a new home in a remote small town.  He was so depressed over not knowing anyone and not having any friends.  I think that’s changed as of now.  If you read the previous pages, you’ll know that Sam befriended him and introduced him to many others in the town.  If you didn’t read the previous pages…shame on you!  Go back and read the rest of episode 1 to refresh your memory.  When you’re ready, loyal readers, continue onwards.

Episode 1 page 31Well, it’s sometime later and the welcoming party held for Rusty and his family is now over.  Rusty helps out with the clean up as he talks to Sam…and here they share a very tender moment.

This got some very positive feedback.  Like the speech balloon in the lower panel, this got some a number of “awww” reactions.

I think Rusty and Sam will be good friends for a long time and Rusty is going to like it here in Sunnyville.

Episode 1 page 32The only notable thing about this final page is that I got to make use of my 2.0mm Koh-I-Noor Rapidograph.  That pen is a maverick and I only tend to use it for special occasions.

And so my fans, another visit with our Sunnyville friends has come to an end.  Of course, this is only the end of the first episode of Sunnyville Stories.  It’s not really the end…it’s only the beginning.  Don’t forget that you can still get episode 2 of the series through Indy Planet or if you’re a comics shop who wants to stock my product, Comics Monkey.

Sunnyville Stories Episode 3 “The Train Robbers” is currently being printed as you read this.  I’m pencilling the fourth episode of the series “Don’t Answer Me”.  I’ll have more information later.

So that does it for this week, loyal fans.  I’ll have some other comics up next Saturday.  In the meantime, if you have any questions or comments, feel free to ask me them right here – don’t be shy since you can comment on this post.  Subscribe via RSS feed or email if you haven’t already and swing by the store to get some neat Sunnyville comics and prints.  Until next time, readers, bye bye from the cozy hamlet of Sunnyville.

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About Max West

I am a freelance artist and the creator of Sunnyville Stories, an independent slice-of-life comics series.

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